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Law and Public Policy


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First 100 Days: FSU Expert Explains Significance of President’s Early Days in Office


During the first 100 days of any presidential administration, national political coverage is often dominated by pundits sounding off about the ways a president discharges his executive duties. Carol Weissert, the Florida State University LeRoy Collins Eminent Scholar and Chair of Civic Education and Political Science, said that this heightened level of national attention is nothing new.



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5 Facts About Sleep Apnea


5 facts about sleep apnea and its negative effects on your health.



Health Care Reform, Health Care Act, dental hygiene, Dental Hygienists, Oral Health, Oral Health Care

Health Care Changes to Impact Dental Care


This June, more than 1,500 dental hygienists will come together from all parts of the U.S. to learn from top dental hygiene experts, advance their careers with new research and technology, and engage with their peers at the American Dental Hygienists’ Association’s 94th Annual Conference. Committed to providing excellent content, ADHA is proud to announce Hannah Maxey, PhD, MPH, RDH, who will cover changes in the health care system and how dental hygienists can prepare themselves for those changes at this year's conference.



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Mount Sinai Experts Share Tips for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month This March

Mount Sinai experts are available during March’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness month to discuss prevention, screening options, and risk factors.



Pediatrics, Injury Prevention, Winter Sports Safety, Winter Safety Tips

Winter Injury Safety: It's Not Just About Skiing and Snowboarding

Every year, thousands of children in the U.S. are injured in winter-related activities, regardless of whether they live in warm or cold climates.


Pop Culture


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The Perfect Bracket: DePaul Mathematician Talks Longshot Odds of Predicting March Madness


As college basketball fans get set to fill out their brackets this March Madness, DePaul University mathematics professor Jeff Bergen offers some perspective on the odds of creating the perfect bracket. It’s more likely, said Bergen, to predict the winning party in the next 62 presidential elections through the year 2264 than to pick all 63 games correctly in this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament.



Diabetes, Mental Health, diabetes distress, Chronic Disease, Healthcare, Distress, Depression, Stress

Feeling Overwhelmed Trying to Manage Diabetes?

Recognize the signs and symptoms of diabetes distress with these five tips.



Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Heart Disease Risk, Statin, Cholesterol

Cholesterol 101


Cardiologist Alex Garton, MD discusses knowing your cholesterol numbers and the new American Heart Association guidelines.


Social and Behavioral Sciences


Immigration and Crime, Immigration, Families, Refugees, Policy, depotation, Africa, Muslim, Mexico, Mexican border

Sociologists Available to Discuss Refugees and Immigration

The American Sociological Association has sociologists available to discuss the latest news related to refugees, Muslims, and immigration.



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NMSU Expert Gives Tips on Safe Water Storage, Treatment in Case of Crisis


In the case of emergencies affecting potable water supplies, New Mexico State University water expert Rossana Sallenave released a guide on how to properly treat and store water for long periods of time.

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