Archive for May, 2017

Arlington National Cemetery – Memorial Day 2017: America honors the fallen – Pictures

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017:

Americans honored service members’ sacrifice for their country on Memorial Day weekend.   Pictured: Soldiers from the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (Old Guard) take part in “Flags-in,” where a flag is placed at each of the 284,000 headstones at Arlington National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day, in Arlington, Virginia, May 25, 2017. Credit: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters Members of the 3rd Infantry Regiment (Old Guard) take part in “Flags-in”, where they will place a flag at each of the 284,000 headstones at Arlington National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day in Arlington, Virginia, May 25, 2017. Credit: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters Flags are seen at […] Read More →

Dr. Kiya Green, Periodontist in Matthews, NC, Offers Esthetic Crown Lengthening to Correct Gummy Smiles

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017:

Matthews, NC (PRWEB) May 22, 2017 Dr. Kiya Green, a periodontist in Matthews, NC, of Matthews Periodontics, is now welcoming new patients with periodontal plastic surgery treatments, including crown lengthening and gum reduction surgery, with or without a referral from a general dentist. Dr. Green provides these esthetic and functional procedures to help patients improve their oral health, reduce gummy smiles and achieve a smile they can feel confident in. Periodontal plastic surgery can help enhance a smile’s appearance, but it also offers health benefits. Patients with excess gum tissue may be more prone to periodontal disease, a serious […] Read More →

As Computer Coding Classes Swell, So Does Cheating

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017:

The exploding interest in these courses, though, has coincided with an undesirable side effect: a spate of high-tech collegiate plagiarism. Students have been caught borrowing computer code from their friends or cribbing it from the internet. Continue reading the main story “There’s a lot of discussion about it, both inside a department as well as across the field,” said Randy H. Katz, a professor in the electrical engineering and computer science department at the University of California, Berkeley, who discovered in one year that about 100 of his roughly 700 students in one class had violated the course policy on […] Read More →

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