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RIVER LIFE: A 4,000-year journey of the St. Johns

Filling in for A. Quinton White this month is Jeremy Stalker, an assistant professor of marine science at Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute.

Most people in Jacksonville are familiar with watching the St. Johns River slowly flow out through

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HEALTHY LIFE: Is tiredness related to age, fitness or anemia?

Have you ever felt tired? Maybe slightly more short of breath while walking? Just don’t feel like yourself? Is this normal, or could it be a symptom of an underlying medical condition?

Let’s take a closer look at a case

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FIT LIFE: Do you get enough ‘sunshine vitamin?’

We may live in the Sunshine State, but are we getting enough of the sunshine vitamin, better known as vitamin D?

Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reveals that about three out of four U.S. teens

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All about that lab: New equipment and updated spaces a boon to Science and Nursing students

Labconco Purifier Logic + Class 2 bio-safety hoods. VWR Symphony air-jacketed CO2 incubators. BMT Laboratory Sterilizer Sterivap SP666-1 autoclave. Abbott Laboratories IIC-6 laminar flow hood. Movex TERFU snorkel exhaust ventilation system.

All that verbiage may not mean much to the …

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RIVER LIFE: Artificial reef experiment in the St. Johns might help your catch

We are getting ready to do an experiment in the St. Johns River, one that could help improve fishing and water quality for decades.

After years of research and community discussions, artificial reefs, or fish habitat enhancements, will be deployed …

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