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Indoor, outdoor, and regional summer and winter concentrations of PM10, PM2.5, SO4(2)-, H+, NH4+, NO3-, NH3, and nitrous acid in homes with and without kerosene space heaters. (1/492)

Twenty-four-hour samples of PM10 (mass of particles with aerodynamic diameter < or = 10 microm), PM2.5, (mass of particles with aerodynamic diameter < or = 2.5 microm), particle strong acidity (H+), sulfate (SO42-), nitrate (NO3-), ammonia (NH3), nitrous acid (HONO), and sulfur dioxide were collected inside and outside of 281 homes during winter and summer periods. Measurements were also conducted during summer periods at a regional site. A total of 58 homes of nonsmokers were sampled during the summer periods and 223 homes were sampled during the winter periods. Seventy-four of the homes sampled during the winter reported the use of a kerosene heater. All homes sampled in the summer were located in southwest Virginia. All but 20 homes sampled in the winter were also located in southwest Virginia; the remainder of the homes were located in Connecticut. For homes without tobacco combustion, the regional air monitoring site (Vinton, VA) appeared to provide a reasonable estimate of concentrations of PM2.5 and SO42- during summer months outside and inside homes within the region, even when a substantial number of the homes used air conditioning. Average indoor/outdoor ratios for PM2.5 and SO42- during the summer period were 1.03 +/- 0.71 and 0.74 +/- 0.53, respectively. The indoor/outdoor mean ratio for sulfate suggests that on average approximately 75% of the fine aerosol indoors during the summer is associated with outdoor sources. Kerosene heater use during the winter months, in the absence of tobacco combustion, results in substantial increases in indoor concentrations of PM2.5, SO42-, and possibly H+, as compared to homes without kerosene heaters. During their use, we estimated that kerosene heaters added, on average, approximately 40 microg/m3 of PM2.5 and 15 microg/m3 of SO42- to background residential levels of 18 and 2 microg/m3, respectively. Results from using sulfuric acid-doped Teflon (E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, DE) filters in homes with kerosene heaters suggest that acid particle concentrations may be substantially higher than those measured because of acid neutralization by ammonia. During the summer and winter periods indoor concentrations of ammonia are an order of magnitude higher indoors than outdoors and appear to result in lower indoor acid particle concentrations. Nitrous acid levels are higher indoors than outdoors during both winter and summer and are substantially higher in homes with unvented combustion sources.  (+info)

Human rabies--Virginia, 1998. (2/492)

On December 31, 1998, a 29-year-old man in Richmond, Virginia, died from rabies encephalitis caused by a rabies virus variant associated with insectivorous bats. This report summarizes the clinical and epidemiologic investigations by the Virginia Department of Health and CDC.  (+info)

Neighborhood safety and the prevalence of physical inactivity--selected states, 1996. (3/492)

Physical inactivity is an important risk factor for premature morbidity and mortality, especially among high-risk populations. Although health-promotion programs have targeted high-risk groups (i.e., older adults, women, and racial/ethnic minorities), barriers exist that may affect their physical activity level. Identifying and reducing specific barriers (e.g., lack of knowledge of the health benefits of physical activity, limited access to facilities, low self-efficacy, and environmental issues [2-6]) are important for efforts designed to increase physical activity. Concerns about neighborhood safety may be a barrier to physical activity. To characterize the association between neighborhood safety and physical inactivity, CDC analyzed data from the 1996 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) in Maryland, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. This report summarizes the results of this analysis, which indicate that persons who perceived their neighborhood to be unsafe were more likely to be physically inactive.  (+info)

The extent of drug therapy for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder among children in public schools. (4/492)

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of medication use for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in southeastern Virginia. METHODS: Students enrolled in grades 2 through 5 in school districts in city A (n = 5767 students) and city B (n = 23,967 students) were included. Nurses recorded students who received ADHD medication in school. RESULTS: The proportion of students receiving ADHD medication was similar in both cities (8% and 10%) and was 2 to 3 times as high as the expected rate of ADHD. Receipt of drug therapy was associated with social and educational characteristics. Medication was used by 3 times as many boys as girls and by twice as many Whites as Blacks. Medication use increased with years in school, and by fifth grade 18% to 20% of White boys were receiving ADHD medication. Being young for one's grade was positively associated with medication use (P < .01). The prevalence of ADHD was 12% in district A, 63% in district B. CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that criteria for diagnosis of ADHD vary substantially across US populations, with potential overdiagnosis and overtreatment of ADHD in some groups of children.  (+info)

Evaluation of a data warehouse in an academic health sciences center. (5/492)

A data warehouse can provide significant benefits to a health care organization if successfully designed and implemented. The Clinical Data Repository (CDR) at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center improves access to needed data for clinical research and effective decision making at many levels of the organization. We conducted an evaluation of the CDR using a survey questionnaire and interviews of key executive leaders. Our results suggest factors that influence the initial decision to use an information resource, examine the impact of communication channels, and highlight key issues that determine the continued use and ultimate success of a healthcare data warehouse.  (+info)

Determining sources of fecal pollution in a rural Virginia watershed with antibiotic resistance patterns in fecal streptococci. (6/492)

Nonpoint sources of pollution that contribute fecal bacteria to surface waters have proven difficult to identify. Knowledge of pollution sources could aid in restoration of the water quality, reduce the amounts of nutrients leaving watersheds, and reduce the danger of infectious disease resulting from exposure to contaminated waters. Patterns of antibiotic resistance in fecal streptococci were analyzed by discriminant and cluster analysis and used to identify sources of fecal pollution in a rural Virginia watershed. A database consisting of patterns from 7,058 fecal streptococcus isolates was first established from known human, livestock, and wildlife sources in Montgomery County, Va. Correct fecal streptococcus source identification averaged 87% for the entire database and ranged from 84% for deer isolates to 93% for human isolates. To field test the method and the database, a watershed improvement project (Page Brook) in Clarke County, Va., was initiated in 1996. Comparison of 892 known-source isolates from that watershed against the database resulted in an average correct classification rate of 88%. Combining all animal isolates increased correct classification rates to > or = 95% for separations between animal and human sources. Stream samples from three collection sites were highly contaminated, and fecal streptococci from these sites were classified as being predominantly from cattle (>78% of isolates), with small proportions from waterfowl, deer, and unidentified sources ( approximately 7% each). Based on these results, cattle access to the stream was restricted by installation of fencing and in-pasture watering stations. Fecal coliforms were reduced at the three sites by an average of 94%, from prefencing average populations of 15,900 per 100 ml to postfencing average populations of 960 per 100 ml. After fencing, <45% of fecal streptococcus isolates were classified as being from cattle. These results demonstrate that antibiotic resistance profiles in fecal streptococci can be used to reliably determine sources of fecal pollution, and water quality improvements can occur when efforts to address the identified sources are made.  (+info)

Pamidronate in prevention of bone complications in metastatic breast cancer: a cost-effectiveness analysis. (7/492)

PURPOSE: Pamidronate is effective in reducing bony complications in patients with metastatic breast cancer who have known osteolytic lesions. However, pamidronate does not increase survival and is associated with additional financial costs and inconvenience. We conducted a post-hoc evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of pamidronate using the results of two randomized trials that evaluated pamidronate 90 mg administered intravenously every month versus placebo. PATIENTS AND METHODS: The trials differed only in the initial systemic therapy administered (hormonal or chemotherapy). Total skeletal related events (SREs), including surgery for pathologic fracture, radiation for fracture or pain control, conservatively treated pathologic fracture, spinal cord compression, or hypercalcemia, were taken directly from the trials. Using a societal perspective, direct health care costs were assigned to each SRE. Each group's monthly survival was equal and was projected to decline using observed median survivals. The cost of pamidronate reflected the average wholesale price of the drug plus infusion. The value or disutility of an adverse event per month was evaluated using a zero value (events avoided) or an assigned one (range, 0.2 to 0.8). RESULTS: The cost of pamidronate therapy exceeded the cost savings from prevented adverse events. The difference between the treated and placebo groups was larger with hormonal systemic therapy than with chemotherapy (additional $7,685 compared with $3,968 per woman). The projected net cost per SRE avoided was $3,940 with chemotherapy and $9,390 with hormonal therapy. The cost-effectiveness ratios were $108,200 with chemotherapy and $305, 300 with hormonal therapy per quality-adjusted year. CONCLUSION: Although pamidronate is effective in preventing a feared, common adverse outcome in metastatic breast cancer, its use is associated with high incremental costs per adverse event avoided. The analysis is most sensitive to the costs of pamidronate and pathologic fractures that were asymptomatic or treated conservatively.  (+info)

Clinical implications of body image among rural African-American women. (8/492)

OBJECTIVE: To increase understanding of body image among rural, African-American women through open-ended interviews. DESIGN: Individuals' perceptions of body image were investigated using open-ended, in-depth interviews that were tape-recorded, transcribed, and analyzed to identify common themes and to compare thematic data across three body mass index categories (obese, overweight, and normal). SETTING: University-affiliated rural community health center. PARTICIPANTS: Twenty-four African-American women, aged 21 to 47 years. MAIN RESULTS: Respondents reported the following common themes: dissatisfaction with current weight; fluctuating levels of dissatisfaction (including periods of satisfaction); family and social pressure to be self-accepting; and social and physical barriers to weight loss. The interviews revealed ambivalence and conflicts with regard to body image and weight. Among these women, there was strong cultural pressure to be self-accepting of their physical shape, to "be happy with what God gave you," and to make the most of their appearance. CONCLUSIONS: The pressure to be self-accepting often conflicted with these obese women's dissatisfaction with their own appearance and weight. Although the respondents believed they could lose weight "if [they] put [their] mind to it," those women wanting to lose weight found that they lacked the necessary social support and resources to do so. The conflicts stemming from social pressures and their own ambivalence may result in additional barriers to the prevention of obesity, and an understanding of these issues can help health care providers better address the needs of their patients.  (+info)

  • Beginning in early 2019, more adults living in Virginia will have access to quality low cost health coverage. (virginia.gov)
  • Before the signing of the new MOU , the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia's Department of Emergency Management RACES Program, the ARRL ARES program and various representations from unofficial RACES groups in Virginia led to the ineffective utilization of Amateur Radio resources," Dura said. (arrl.org)
  • This MOU now provides the opportunity for all of the independent RACES units operating within the Commonwealth of Virginia to join with ARES/RACES to complete the fabric of mutual assistance that will help us cooperatively cover the entire Commonwealth," said Clements. (arrl.org)
  • We will continue to work together with emergency managers across the Commonwealth in support of their emergency communications needs in service to the citizens and guests in Virginia. (arrl.org)
  • This document allows ARES/RACES to [work] as one in the best interests of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia. (arrl.org)
  • The sovereign and chivalric Commonwealth of Virginia is just now playing a part in the National drama that creates some doubt as to whether the seat of the Federal Government is located at Washington or Richmond. (historians.org)
  • Virginia Green is the Commonwealth of Virginia's campaign to promote environmentally-friendly practices in all aspects of Virginia's tourism industry. (virginia.org)
  • Lift Caregiving, a free, online resource for family caregivers, and HCA Virginia, Virginia's largest hospital system that operates 13 hospitals and more than a dozen outpatient centers in the Commonwealth, are bringing new tools to family caregivers. (prweb.com)
  • The Official Tourism Website of the Commonwealth of Virginia has prepared a nice history of African-Americans in Virginia . (familysearch.org)
  • We will discuss how policy decisions are made in Virginia and how policy change can be a lever to improve oral health in the commonwealth. (constantcontact.com)
  • The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis and the Virginia Poverty Law Center released am updated version of the How Medicaid Works Chartbook . (constantcontact.com)
  • Kennard is an unincorporated community in Richmond County, in the U.S. state of Virginia. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Coalition will host a Virginia Dental Home Initiative (VDHI) training on Friday, January 6, 2012 , in Richmond, VA. The day-long training will cover the importance of providing a secure, consistent dental home for very young children in the state. (constantcontact.com)
  • Dr. Charles F. Gould ll, of The Richmond Vein Center in Virginia, provides the most current and least invasive office treatments for varicose veins, spider veins and most venous disorders that involves little or no pain. (youtube.com)
  • RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A new era in Virginia politics began Wednesday, as Democrats took full control of the state house for the first time in a generation and promised to reshape many of the state's laws. (ap.org)
  • Despite what its name may suggest, Virginia's warbler is not actually named after the American State of Virginia, which makes sense as the birds range only reaches as far east as the state of Texas. (wikipedia.org)
  • Attendees will meet with state representatives throughout the morning to discuss the Governor's proposed elimination of state-supported dental clinics and decreased funding for the safety net and the need for Virginia-specific data demonstrating the impact of oral health access on Virginia's economy. (constantcontact.com)
  • Ex-Con Launches Effort to Get on West Virginia Ballot As Third-Party Candidate Don Blankenship will have to thwart West Virginia's "sore loser" law in court, but he's angry and rich and wants to smite Mitch McConnell. (nymag.com)
  • HCA Virginia is one of Virginia's largest employers. (prweb.com)
  • In 1902, Virginia's father died, and Virginia took a house with her sister and two brothers in the Bloomsbury district of London near the British Museum. (history.com)
  • The Center for Equal Opportunity a nonprofit, Sterling, Va.-based research and educational organization is publishing today a 50-page study that documents evidence of racial and ethnic discrimination in the admissions policies of Virginia's three public law schools: the University of Virginia, William and Mary and George Mason University. (washingtontimes.com)
  • Trammel is located along Virginia State Route 63 7.6 miles (12.2 km) north of St. Paul. (wikipedia.org)
  • Sunnybank is an unincorporated community in Northumberland County, in the U.S. state of Virginia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Glenland is an unincorporated community in Pittsylvania County, in the U.S. state of Virginia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Virginia Trend Report 2: State and Complete Places (Sub-state 2010 Census Data). (wikipedia.org)
  • According to Clements, the new MOU spells out that during activations that require deployment of ARES personnel, a State RACES officer at the State Emergency Operations Center will direct the Virginia Section Emergency Coordinator as to where Emergency Communications help is needed. (arrl.org)
  • I can see clearly that Virginia must become the worst place to commit a crime, and the smartest state in preventing crime in the first place. (washingtonpost.com)
  • https://loon.audubon.org/payment/donate/VAIBA.html } Virginia is a state rich with natural beauty and awe-inspiring diversity. (audubon.org)
  • The Virginia Important Bird Areas Program was initiated to help ensure the protection of the most essential places for birds in our state. (audubon.org)
  • Here Are the Facts Behind an Abortion Controversy Engulfing Virginia Democrats Virginia Democrats did not actually try to legalize infanticide, but Republicans in the state claim otherwise. (nymag.com)
  • GOP Lawmakers Learned Nothing From Last Year's Teacher Walkouts West Virginia Republicans are pushing a bill that could spark another walkout, and they aren't the only state lawmakers mulling retaliatory measures. (nymag.com)
  • Her work has appeared in magazines including "The Roanoker Magazine," "Blue Ridge Country," "Pinnacle Living" and the award-winning "Virginia State Travel Guide. (ehow.com)
  • Watson holds a Master of Arts in philosophy of education from Virginia Polytechnic and State University. (ehow.com)
  • Lift Caregiving, an online resource for family caregivers of seniors, and HCA Virginia, the largest hospital system in the state of Virginia, have partnered to help families better navigate the care of a loved one after they leave the hospital. (prweb.com)
  • WSJ's Neil King reports on new swing state polls that show the presidential race tightening significantly in the battleground states of Florida and Virginia, following the Presidential debate last week. (wsj.com)
  • Your West Virginia state director will be your chief resource for raising your voice and sharing your story. (arthritis.org)
  • Virginia was finally pushed out of the Union when President Abraham Lincoln called for troops from Virginia to help put down the rebellion in South Carolina after Fort Sumter , and announced that more troops would be marching through the state. (everything2.com)
  • Protected by Union General George McClellan , who stopped a column of now-independent Virginia forces advancing toward it, the Wheeling Convention formed a Unionist state government, which led eventually to the establishment of the new state of West Virginia. (everything2.com)
  • West Virginia comes to mind instantly when geographers use the term " border state . (everything2.com)
  • The five states that border this border state are Ohio , Kentucky , Virginia , Maryland , and Pennsylvania . (everything2.com)
  • It's a proud moment to look out and see a General Assembly that reflects, more than ever, the Virginia we see every day," said Northam, who has rebounded from his pariah status and won praise from Democrats for his new focus on addressing longstanding racial inequities in a state with a history of institutional racism. (ap.org)
  • They also have pledged to ease restrictions on abortion access, raise the minimum wage, prohibit discrimination against members of the LGBTQ community and make Virginia the next state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. (ap.org)
  • In 1996 the U.S. Supreme Court used it to force an all-male, state-funded military college in Virginia to accept female students. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Virginia Military Institute (VMI) is a state-funded military college that opened in Lexington, Virginia, in 1839. (encyclopedia.com)
  • If you're a tenant in Wheeling, Fairmont, Martinsburg, or any other city or town in the state of West Virginia, Nationwide has renters coverage to suit your needs and budget. (nationwide.com)
  • On July 3, Virginia officials, along with representatives from that state's ARES ® and RACES groups, signed a new Memorandum of Understanding ( MOU ), uniting the three groups. (arrl.org)
  • The West Virginia GOP Just Impeached the State's Entire Supreme Court Meanwhile, the party's attempt to skew a Supreme Court election in North Carolina hit a snag. (nymag.com)
  • The West Virginia Supreme Court narrowly ruled that the state's hate crime law doesn't extend to assaults motivated by sexual orientation. (nydailynews.com)
  • This journey with Hodgkin's Lymphoma started sometime in JAN 2016 when Virginia contracted Mononucleosis. (caringbridge.org)
  • Democrats have had three successful election cycles in Virginia since President Donald Trump was elected in 2016, significantly changing the makeup of the General Assembly. (ap.org)
  • Virginia Cuthbert (1908 West Newton, Pennsylvania - 2001) was an American artist. (wikipedia.org)
  • Entire West Virginia Correctional Officer Class Fired After Nazi Salute Photo Governor Jim Justice fired almost 30 correctional officer trainees who posed in a Nazi salute for a class photo. (nymag.com)
  • West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Won't Support Charter School Bill Ahead of Jim Justice's press conference, teachers repeatedly condemned the omnibus bill as "retaliation" for last year's walkout. (nymag.com)
  • The Democratic governor of West Virginia announced he was switching parties on Thursday during a rally with President Trump. (nydailynews.com)
  • The RAM clinic is no exception, with Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe visiting on opening day. (yahoo.com)
  • This Wiki page describes research strategies, and major sources of information about African American families from Virginia . (familysearch.org)
  • Address Delivered by The Honorable Sam Rayburn at the Dedication of the Marker over the Graves of His Great-Great Grandfather Col. George Waller and his wife Ann Winston Carr, Oakwood Cemetery, Martinsville, Virginia, May 6, 1951 Waller Home in 1930, MyHenryCounty.com Waller's Ford, Notes on Virginia, Virginia Department of Historic Resources National Park Service (2010-07-09). (wikipedia.org)
  • While maintaining a robust capability for open-ocean ASW, Virginia nonetheless incorporates weapons, sensors, and some special new equipment and features that suit her particularly well for joint operations in shallower coastal regions, including land attack, intelligence gathering, mine reconnaissance and supporting special forces. (globalsecurity.org)
  • In particular, the African regions of the Bight of Biafra (modern Nigeria ), Senegambia (modern Senegal and Gambia ), West Central Africa (modern Angola and Congo ), and the Gold Coast (modern Ghana ) were hotspots for Virginia slave traders. (familysearch.org)
  • Three land regions make up West Virginia. (everything2.com)
  • Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente knows the young Hokies face a challenging offseason but he's excited to see how his players take advantage of this opportunity. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • The Virginia Housing Coalition and the Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness in partnership with the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development and the Virginia Housing Development Authority have presented information and engaged with participants in key areas important to policy and funding. (constantcontact.com)
  • This partnership will help families of HCA Virginia patients navigate the discharge process and connect with service providers and resources that can support them with their caregiving responsibilities once they leave the hospital. (prweb.com)
  • Islamophobic Poster of Ilhan Omar Roils West Virginia Capitol An employee resigned and another was reportedly sent to the hospital after an Islamophobic picture was placed in the West Virginia Capitol rotunda. (nymag.com)
  • and Reston Hospital and Dominion Hospital in Northern Virginia. (prweb.com)
  • One morning in 1952, when anesthesiologist Dr. Virginia Apgar was eating breakfast in a hospital cafeteria, a medical student commented on the need for a way to assess how well a baby has endured delivery. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • The Virginia Employment Commission will be having an Employer Conference on September 27th in Norfolk. (virginia.gov)
  • The VEC's Virginia Workforce Connection (VAWC) is your online source to connect with potential employers, search for jobs, find training opportunities, and research wage data along with industry and occupational trends. (virginia.gov)
  • The Virginia Workforce Connection (VWC) was established to help employers find qualified candidates and post job opportunities. (virginia.gov)
  • Find out how arthritis affects people in West Virginia and what you can do to make a difference. (arthritis.org)
  • Find out why Virginia is for Lovers. (virginia.org)
  • The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND), Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED) and Northern Virginia Affordable Housing Alliance (NVAHA), are thrilled to announce the receipt of United Way's Affordable Housing Initiative Grant. (constantcontact.com)
  • Let your voice be heard - Join the Coalition on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 for the Virginia Oral Health Coalition Legislative Day. (constantcontact.com)
  • To learn more, the Virginia Oral Health Coalition (VaOHC) is hosting several advocacy-related learning opportunities, including a webinar today . (constantcontact.com)
  • adults in West Virginia have activity limitations caused by arthritis. (arthritis.org)
  • The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood collaborates with local nonprofit organizations, schools, churches, and community centers to offer research-based, medically accurate sexuality education programs for teens and adults. (plannedparenthood.org)
  • There was no statistically significant evidence of racial or ethnic discrimination at GMU in the 1999 data provided, and while the black-white odds ratio in 1998 was statistically significant (2.9 to 1), it was still quite small in comparison to Virginia and William and Mary. (washingtontimes.com)
  • Tysons , also known as Tysons Corner , is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in Fairfax County , Virginia , United States . (wikipedia.org)
  • Bracey is a census-designated place (CDP) in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, United States. (wikipedia.org)
  • Yogaville is a census-designated place in northwestern Buckingham County, Virginia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Information about slaves can be found in slavemasters' deeds (see Virginia Land and Property ), slave schedules (see Virginia Census ), wills (see Virginia Probate Records ), tax lists (see Virginia Taxation ), family Bibles and diaries (see Virginia Bible Records ), plantation records , interviews with former slaves , and in court order books (see Virginia Court Records ). (familysearch.org)
  • In Virginia, as The Post's Laura Vozzella reported , legislators are working on a resolution instructing the education department to buy textbooks that challenge the name of the Sea of Japan, which many Koreans believe should be called the East Sea. (washingtonpost.com)
  • The Virginia Audubon Council partnered with the Virginia Society of Ornithology, the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries, and the National Audubon Society to establish the program in 2002. (audubon.org)
  • The foreign language department at Virginia Tech is a small one. (npr.org)
  • In 1990 the Justice Department filed a case accusing Virginia and VMI of violating the Equal Protection Clause by refusing to accept women at VMI. (encyclopedia.com)
  • At Virginia, the odds favoring a black candidate over an equally qualified white candidate were an astonishing 731 to 1 in 1999 and 647 to 1 in 1998. (washingtontimes.com)
  • It is our time," said Sen. Jennifer McClellan, vice chairwoman of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus and a potential 2021 gubernatorial candidate. (ap.org)
  • Located in Northern Virginia between the community of McLean and the town of Vienna along the Capital Beltway (I-495), it lies within the Washington Metropolitan Area . (wikipedia.org)
  • Edmund S. Morgan's American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia (1975) ( FHL Book 975.5 H6m ) is considered one of the best histories of enslaved blacks in Virginia. (familysearch.org)
  • Dr. Virginia Wotring is a Senior Scientist in the Division of Space Life Sciences at Universities Space Research Association, and Pharmacology Discipline Lead at NASA's Johnson Space Center, Human Health and Countermeasures. (springer.com)
  • Indeed, the numbers for Virginia are the worst that the center has ever seen, having published studies looking at preferences for 47 undergraduate institutions across the country (including 10 in Virginia) and for six medical schools. (washingtontimes.com)
  • There are only three other documented instances of spacerocks falling to Earth in Virginia, museum officials said. (space.com)
  • A Virginia Historical Highway Marker unveiled in September 2007 marks the location of Col. Waller's plantation. (wikipedia.org)
  • I can see clearly that small businesses drive our economy -- we've got to make Virginia a great place to start and grow businesses and new jobs. (washingtonpost.com)