Transylvania Police Chief Stops Machete Attack in Campus Coffee Shop

Transylvania Police Chief Stops Machete Attack in Campus Coffee Shop
Transylvania Director of Public Safety Gregg Muravchick said when Adkins attacked a student, coffee shop employee Erika Lyvers picked up a chair and yelled at Adkins, forcing him to divert his attention from the victim. Lyvers then locked herself in an …
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Management of Protracted Active Labor with Nipple Stimulation: A Viable Tool for Midwives?
Ashlee N. Lyvers, CNM, MSN, is in clinical practice at South Shore Women’s Health in Boston, MA. She was a student in the Columbia University Nurse-Midwifery program at the time this article was written.
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Transylvania University’s police chief and president took down coffee shop attacker

Transylvania University’s police chief and president took down coffee shop attacker
“It was a wonderful team effort by a lot of individuals.” He credited coffee shop employees Erika Lyvers and Marcia Figgs with saving lives by pressing the alarm button that alerted Muravchick and Gowdy to the attack. When Adkins attacked the …
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Lyvers elevated to SVP, co-productions and development at CBS Studios Int’l
Meghan Lyvers, senior programming executive at CBS Television Studios has been elevated to SVP, co-productions and development at CBS Studios International. In her new role, Lyvers will relocate to Amsterdam, where the company’s EMEA headquarters resides.
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CBS Studios International Taps Meghan Lyvers for Co-Productions Role
She will “develop new programming opportunities for CBS Television Studios in both the U.S. and the international market.” CBS Corp. said Tuesday that Meghan Lyvers, a senior programming executive at CBS Television Studios, has been named to the newly …
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Why Some Coffee Lovers Have Problems Showing Emotion

Why Some Coffee Lovers Have Problems Showing Emotion
People who suffer from alexithymia, a Greek word for “no words for feelings,” have difficultly identifying and describing emotions. According to a new study, alexithymic people may also crave and consume more coffee than others. “Someone with alexithymia …
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Coffee Drinkers Have Trouble Talking About Emotions?

Coffee Drinkers Have Trouble Talking About Emotions?
Lyvers et al did a survey study of 106 university students and found that alexithymia was correlated with the amount of caffeine consumed per day (p < 0.01, correlation coefficient r = 0.26). caffeine As a heavy coffee drinker myself, these results …
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