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Rutgers MBA students Paul Rosiak, Michael Kwatkoski, Sonal Patel, Mittal Shah and Kinushuk Saxena are joined by Sharon Lydon, executive director of the Rutgers MBA Program, (far left) and Michael Barnett, vice dean for academic programs (center). The students won first place in the annual Rutgers biopharmaceutical case competition.

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In an editorial in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association-Pediatrics Dr. Virginia Stallings from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia comments on a study in the same issue analyzing the nutritional quality and cost of lunch brought from home by elementary and intermediate school-age children in one school district in Houston. These findings, say Dr. Stallings, contradict the general assumption that a home-prepared lunch will be as healthful as the school lunch...

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Sam Sevian, 13, Sets New Record as Youngest-Ever American Grandmaster

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Wantagh High School in Long Island, New York Finally Approves Student Liz Loverde's Right to Form "Dare to Believe" Christian Club

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Hayley S. Thompson, Ph. D., associate professor, Population Studies and Disparities Research Program at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, and Department of Oncology, Wayne State University School of Medicine.

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