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April 9, 2014

There is no one who is saying KT Health's KT Tape helped the UConn Huskies to an NCAA championship, but at least one of the players was seen sporting the product after the game, according to KT Health.

LINDON, Utah — There is no one who is saying KT Health's KT Tape helped the UConn Huskies to an NCAA championship, but at least one of the players was seen sporting the product after the game, according to KT Health. KT Tape, the company’s flagship product, is used by professional and recreational athletes to prevent injury, reduce pain, promote recovery and maximize comfort.  

KT Tape is an elastic therapeutic tape used for treating sports injuries and a variety of other disorders that was made popular by Olympic athletes in 2012.

January 20, 2014

The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy’s Lisa Lubsch has been appointed to lead the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group-University initiative.

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy’s Lisa Lubsch has been appointed to lead the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group-University initiative.

SIUE’s Lisa Lubsch, clinical associate professor of pharmacy practice in the School of Pharmacy, with a patient.

November 7, 2013

The Touro College and University System has appointed an interim dean for its school of pharmacy, the New York-based school said Thursday.

NEW YORK — The Touro College and University System has appointed an interim dean for its school of pharmacy, the New York-based school said Thursday.

Touro announced the appointment of Zvi Loewy, professor and chairman of the Touro College of Pharmacy's Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences. Stuart Feldman stepped down as dean last week. Loewy's experience includes more than 30 years in academia, pharmaceutical companies and biotech start-up companies; he also is published widely and holds more than two dozen patents.

October 5, 2011

The chairman of the House of Representatives' Committee on Education and the Workforce has introduced legislation that is designed to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from implementing sweeping changes to the workplace.

ARLINGTON, Va. — The chairman of the House of Representatives' Committee on Education and the Workforce has introduced legislation that is designed to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from implementing sweeping changes to the workplace.

Jon Kline on Wednesday itnroduced H.R. 3094, the Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act, will force the NLRB to change course and reaffirm the protections workers and employers have received for decades, the House committee said.