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Tennessee Titans agree to Contract Terms with quarterback Marcus Mariota

 

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Tennessee TitansNashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans agreed to contract terms today with their first-round selection in the 2015 NFL Draft, QB Marcus Mariota.

“We are glad to have the deal with Marcus done, and I’d like to thank both Marcus and his representatives for their diligence in working with us to finalize this contract,” said Titans Executive Vice President and General Manager Ruston Webster.

2015 first round pick QB Marcus Mariota (8) signs deal with Tennessee Titans.. (Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports)

2015 first round pick QB Marcus Mariota (8) signs deal with Tennessee Titans.. (Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports)

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Tennessee Titans take Oregon Ducks Marcus Mariota with 2nd overall pick in NFL Draft

 

Tennessee TitansNashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans use the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft on Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota. For Titans fans, it must seem a little bit like Christmas.

The 6-foot-4, 219-pound Heisman Trophy winner is the most decorated player in Oregon history. He led the ducks to 36 wins in this three seasons there.

Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota taken by the Tennessee Titans with the 2nd overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota taken by the Tennessee Titans with the 2nd overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

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264th Combat Communications Squadron soldier returns home from Liberia, Ebola free

 

Written by Staff Sgt. Lealan Buehrer
182nd Airlift Wing

United States Africa CommandPeoria, IL – A cyber transport systems specialist with Peoria’s 264th Combat Communications Squadron returned home in November from the fight against the Ebola epidemic in Africa. There, he and his unit led the way in building up communications for hospital training centers as part of Operation United Assistance.

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Springsteen, a Chicago suburb native, was augmenting the Joint Communications Support Element at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, when he was handpicked for deployment to Liberia.

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Benjamin M. Springsteen, a cyber transport systems specialist with the 264th Combat Communications Squadron, visits his home unit in Peoria, Ill., Dec. 9, 2014, after returning from a deployment to Monrovia, Liberia, in support of Operation United Assistance.  (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Lealan Buehrer)

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Benjamin M. Springsteen, a cyber transport systems specialist with the 264th Combat Communications Squadron, visits his home unit in Peoria, Ill., Dec. 9, 2014, after returning from a deployment to Monrovia, Liberia, in support of Operation United Assistance. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Lealan Buehrer)

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NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope data reveals First Earth-size Rocky Planet

 

Written by Whitney Clavin
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationPasadena, CA – Astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet outside the solar system that has a rocky composition like that of Earth. Kepler-78b whizzes around its host star every 8.5 hours, making it a blazing inferno and not suitable for life as we know it. The results are published in two papers in the journal Nature.

“The news arrived in grand style with the message: ‘Kepler-10b has a baby brother,'” said Natalie Batalha, Kepler mission scientist at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA. Batalha led the team that discovered Kepler-10b, a larger but also rocky planet identified by NASA’s Kepler spacecraft.

This illustration compares Earth with the newly confirmed scorched world of Kepler-78b. Kepler-78b is about 20 percent larger than Earth and is 70% more massive. Kepler-78b whizzes around its host star every 8.5 hours, making it a blazing inferno. (David A. Aguilar (CfA))

This illustration compares Earth with the newly confirmed scorched world of Kepler-78b. Kepler-78b is about 20 percent larger than Earth and is 70% more massive. Kepler-78b whizzes around its host star every 8.5 hours, making it a blazing inferno. (David A. Aguilar (CfA))

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American Stroke Association report shows Southern diet could raise your risk of stroke

 

African-Americans are five times more likely to eat Southern foods, which may help explain their higher stroke risk.

American Stroke Association - American Heart AssociationHonolulu, HI – Eating Southern-style foods may be linked to a higher risk of stroke, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2013.

In the first large-scale study on the relationship between Southern foods and stroke, researchers characterized a Southern diet by a high intake of foods such as fried chicken, fried fish, fried potatoes, bacon, ham, liver and gizzards, and sugary drinks such as sweet tea. In addition to being high in fat, fried foods tend to be heavily salted. «Read the rest of this article»

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American Stroke Association Reports Smoking marijuana associated with higher stroke risk in young adults

 

American Stroke Association - American Heart AssociationHonolulu, HI – Marijuana, the most widely used illicit drug, may double stroke risk in young adults, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2013.

In a New Zealand study, ischemic stroke and transient ischemic attack (TIA) patients were 2.3 times more likely to have cannabis, also known as marijuana, detected in urine tests as other age and sex matched patients, researchers said. «Read the rest of this article»

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American Stroke Association report says Tai Chi exercise may reduce falls in Adult Stroke Survivors

 

The ancient Chinese martial art helped survivors achieve and maintain balance to aid stroke recovery.

American Stroke Association - American Heart AssociationHonolulu, HI – Tai Chi may reduce falls among adult stroke survivors, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2013.

Compared to survivors receiving usual care or participating in a national fitness program for Medicare-eligible adults called SilverSneakers®, those practicing Tai Chi had the fewest falls.

Tai Chi is a martial art dating back to ancient China. It includes physical movements, mental concentration and relaxed breathing. «Read the rest of this article»

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American Heart Association Report shows Traumatic brain injury complications common among U.S. combat soldiers

 

A transcranial Doppler is a non-invasive, inexpensive and portable way to assess these complications.

American Stroke Association - American Heart AssociationHonolulu, HI – U.S. soldiers in combat often suffer constricted blood vessels and increased pressure in the brain — significant complications of traumatic brain injuries, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2013.

“Research shows that traumatic brain injury is a hallmark of recent military conflicts, affecting nearly a third of all wounded soldiers,” said Alexander Razumovsky, Ph.D., lead researcher and director of Sentient NeuroCare Services in Hunt Valley, MD. «Read the rest of this article»

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Austin Peay State University employees cite their various accomplishments

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – Several faculty and staff members at Austin Peay State University announce their recent professional and scholarly activities.

Rose Austin, bursar, received the PeayFormance Partner Award. The Enrollment Management and Academic Support presents this award quarterly to faculty, staff or administrators who work in partnership with EMAS staff to demonstrate excellent service. «Read the rest of this article»

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Soldier Attempts Second World Record at Go Commando

 

Go Commando Half Marathon and 5k

Montgomery County, TN – To say Marc DiBernardo runs for a reason is an understatement. On Saturday, October 15th, this Fort Campbell Soldier will run in the Go Commando Half Marathon presented by CDE Lightband in hopes of breaking his second world record. His mission is to bring awareness to Team Red, White & Blue, a non-profit organization committed to wounded veterans and their families.

DiBernardo began running when he joined the military in 2002. However, he soon took running to a new level. Each time he enters an event, DiBernardo wears a unique piece of racing equipment, a gas mask. What started as a lighthearted approach to fitness turned into a passion. DiBernardo has participated in several military challenge competitions, including Fort Campbell’s ‘Toughest Air Assault Competition’ in 2007. Now he has set his sights to Go Commando and he’s bringing the mask with him.

Fort Campbell Soldier Marc DiBernardo will attempt a second world record at the Go Commando Half Marathon Saturday, October 15th.

Fort Campbell Soldier Marc DiBernardo will attempt a second world record at the Go Commando Half Marathon Saturday, October 15th.

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