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Montana Ortega, Woogies manager; Montana’s daughter, Madelyn Ortega, 4; and Woog
A crawfish pistollete and The Swamp Thing

Woogies is not your average sandwich shop.

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Students immobilize a simulated patient on a backboard.

It takes a special set of skills and a unique personality type to be a paramedic. The work can be incredibly draining both physically and mentally, with paramedics responding to everything from automobile accidents and shootings to stroke and seizure incidents. Paramedics, or emergency medical technicians, must be trained on how to treat infants to elderly, and must be prepared for any situation.

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Veteran Beaumont firefighter James Gillard said he never had any intention of running his own restaurant. After all, James, who has been a fireman with Beaumont Fire and Rescue for more than 23 years, says working as an engineer for Station 14 keeps him busy enough. That all changed, however, the first time he tasted a Firehouse Sub.

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McMakin Pharmacy registered pharmacy technician Ashley Hallenbeck (above) filter

Pharmaceutical compounding has existed for centuries, used by several ancient civilizations in religious ceremonies, grooming, keeping the healthy well, treating the ill and preparing the dead. These ancient compounders produced the first oils from plants and animals, discovering both poisons and antidotes. They made ointments for wounded patients and perfumes for customers.

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Trudy Williams, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Center for Elephant Conservat

The Feld Family, owners of Feld Entertainment, Inc., the parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey and the Ringling Bros. Center for Elephant Conservation, have announced a new funding effort with Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital (PCH) and University of Utah Department of Pediatrics oncologist and Huntsman Cancer Institute investigator Dr.

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