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PR Alliance Offers Preventive Health Care for Doctors' Reputations

PR Alliance Offers Preventive Health Care for Doctors' Reputations

When people want reviews on the internet, the most-searched topics are restaurants and physicians, David Martin says. In that, he sees both a problem and an opportunity.
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NPR Gets Arkansas Techie Sam Hosington

Newsroom colleagues at Arkansas Business Publishing Group applauded our 2017 summer intern, Sam Hoisington of Arkansas Tech University, for landing a plum internship at the Chronicle of Higher Education in Washington.
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Since When? (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

If you can't trust yourself to compliment a woman without being a creep, then it's always fine to say nothing about her appearance at all.
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