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Leave Family Feuds Off Your Thanksgiving Menu

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular times of the year for family reunions, but the stress of travel, preparations and today’s polarized political climate can turn up the heat on family arguments, leaving a bad taste long after the pleasant aroma of roasted turkey and pumpkin pie has drifted away.

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$1.5 Million Gift From Give Something Back to Support Scholarships at Rowan University, Rowan College at Gloucester County

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Give Something Back is contributing $1.5 million for scholarships for disadvantaged youth at Rowan University and Rowan College at Gloucester County in New Jersey.

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University President Fills Up Scholarship Pot with Homemade Hot Sauce

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Dr. Ali Houshmand, president of Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, is committed to making it easier for students to afford college. He made it personal this year when he started professionally producing his secret-recipe hot sauce to raise scholarship money for those in need.

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Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Receives Grant to Administer Area Health Education Center Programs

Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine has been awarded the first of a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to administer three Area Health Education Center programs. When completed, funding for the award will exceed $1.5 million.

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Advice for Parents on Talking to Children about Violence and Mass Tragedies

When a tragedy strikes, young children will look to their parents to interpret the world for them and parents may struggle to find a way to help their children understand a world that could suddenly seem like a very threatening place.

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Mission sample scientist for OSIRIS-REx can address mission to asteroid

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Physician Rep on Nat'l Fibromyalgia Info Campaign Can Discuss Why It May Have Caused Lady Gaga Tour Cancel

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When a Lot Is Too Much: Childhood Stress and Extracurricular Activities

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After-school activities like sports, clubs, dance lessons and volunteering provide important enrichment opportunities for schoolchildren, but too much participation without enough downtime, or participating for the wrong reasons could lead to unhealthy levels of stress in children.

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Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation Affords Top Area HS Students Unique Opportunity to RAISE Medical School Pursuits

Thanks to the generous support of music industry legend Kal Rudman, 25 high achieving high school students will have a unique opportunity to raise their academic game this summer at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine.

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Yikes! It’s Summer!

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Summer can bite. It can burn or itch. It can make you extremely sick…or worse. “Summer is a great time to get outside, but we tend to forget some of the season’s perils and common sense ways to avoid or treat them,” said Dr. Jennifer Caudle.







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