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by Geza Bruckner

Human and mammalian milk, a key source of early infant nourishment, has evolved as a result of 200 million plus years of Darwinian pressure on mammalian lactation to become the near perfect species specific neonatal food.

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UK PhD Student’s First Visit to Samaritan’s Touch UK Student Physical Therapy Clinic Brings Answers and Relief

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Physical Therapy, Class of 1997

S Fritz

What is your current title

Associate Professor and  Program Director, University of South Carolina Physical Therapy Program, Department of Exercise Science.

What are your primary responsibilities?

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Physical Therapy, Class of 1990



 

What is your current title?

Director of Clinical Education for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program and Interim Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences.

What are your primary responsibilities?

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"More than two-thirds of 2-year-olds are also using tablets, more than half dawdle on smart phones, and 1 in 4 are deploying some form of technology at the dinner table.Even babies, not even a year old, are being pulled in, according to a new study."

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By Judith L Page

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The UK College of Health Sciences Brand

The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences brand is more than a logo or tagline. Our brand is what we stand for and what we offer to our community. The CHS brand is our story— moving, living, and evolving. Our compelling brand stories are found in our people and in the lives that we impact.

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The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences recently welcomed a new inductee into its Alumni Hall of Fame. The latest inductee is Glenda D. Mack, MSPT, CWS, CLT, MBA. 

Mack, a 1997 alumna of the physical therapy program, is currently vice president of clinical operations for Kindred Healthcare/RehabCare. She has been with the company since 1997, when she began as a staff physical therapist with a long-term care facility. She also previously served as senior director of claims, audits and regulatory affairs for Kindred Healthcare/RehabCare.

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Meg Shake, a speech-language pathologist in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Communication Disorders Clinic, is featured in a recent Sports Illustrated article, written by Lee Jenkins.

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