Jason Pierre-Paul misses practice with shoulder injury

Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians announced outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul and receiver Jaydon Mickens didn’t practice Wednesday. The injury report confirmed it. Mickens has an abdomen injury, and Pierre-Paul is listed with injuries to a hand and shoulder. Pierre-Paul played through the hand injury last week, so the shoulder injury is the concern this week. “They’ll […]

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Infection hinders blood vessel repair following traumatic brain or cerebrovascular injuries

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and other injuries to blood vessels in the brain, like stroke, are a leading cause of long-term disability or death. Researchers at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the National Institutes of Health, have found a possible explanation for why some patients recover much more poorly […]

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Walgreens makes $970 mln investment in specialty pharmacy company Shields Health

Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA.O) is spending roughly $970 million to acquire a majority stake in Shields Health Solutions to expand its specialty pharmacy business, the companies said on Tuesday. The investment brings Walgreens’ total stake in Shield to 71%, and the company has an option to acquire the remaining equity interests in the future. The […]

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Jane Goodall Enlists Fans to Help Plant a Trillion Trees Around the World by 2030

World Renown primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall launched a grassroots movement this week, during the United Nations Climate Week to support their ecosystem restoration project the Trillion Tree campaign. Trees for Jane, organized by the inspiring founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, aims to stop deforestation and help replenish the world’s dwindling stock of trees and […]

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Active Living After Cancer program improves physical functioning of breast cancer survivors

Breast cancer survivors who participated in Active Living After Cancer, an evidence-based 12-week group program, markedly increased their physical activity and ability to accomplish the basic pursuits of daily life, researchers from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reported today in Cancer. The results show the program could serve as a model to […]

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Millennials Are Eating More Adventurously, Trying More Foreign Food And Even Catching Their Own Dinner

Millennials are more adventurous with food than Baby Boomers—eating more foreign fare, experimenting with unusual ingredients, and even catching their own dinner—according to a new survey. The study of 2,000 British adults found that during an average week just 36 percent of food eaten by 25-40-year-olds is traditional to their own culture. Seven in 10 […]

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