Black History Month: Getting Beyond Dr. King

When black history month comes around, what do we think of? Usually it’s always Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, etc. They are important, but this is a whole new generation. We appreciate all the things they have done for the black community, but we should start recognizing the young black men and boys that are killed on the streets every day. This is a big issue in the African American community and we need to start celebrating and recognizing that their lives matter. It started with Emmett…

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Ask Dr Bruce Chard: Should the hairs on my shih tzu’s eyes be removed?

My 2-year-old shih tzu called Bess has recently had an eye discharge in her left eye, which I cleared with saline wipes. While treating this I noticed there were hairs on the eye surface coming from the inner corner of her eye. Should I have these removed? Good detective work on your part for seeing the hairs on the eye surface, or cornea, of Bess. There is a condition of shih tzu where hairs grow from tissue in the inner corner of the eye and lie across the cornea. They…

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Dr. Serdar Dogulu Named Vice President, Innovative Learning Solutions at IHRDC

Dr. David Donohue, President of IHRDC in Boston, announced today that the IHRDC Board of Directors, during their December meeting, promoted Dr. Serdar Dogulu to Vice President, Innovative Learning Solutions. Serdar joined the company in 1999 and, during his 17-year tenure, has been active in developing LSIM, our innovative and unique Learning Simulation Toolbox, and applying it to many of the simulation games that exist in our highly-regarded learning programs. He has also used the same technology to build company-specific simulation learning scenarios for their internal use, including Chevron, ConocoPhillips,…

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