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Faculty Comment on 2016 Presidential Election

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Several faculty experts at the University of Notre Dame are available to comment on issues including immigration, trade, security, international policy and more.

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History, Voting Rights and the Youth Vote: Experts From DePaul University Discuss Election Day

DePaul University faculty experts are available discuss how the presidential, national and local elections relate to various topics in U.S. history, politics and culture.

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Holidays, Thanksgiving, College Freshmen, Family, family dynamics, Stress

Welcome Home. Who Are You?

Those first holidays with college freshmen returning home can be exciting . . . and frustrating. Here's how to cope.

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Arkansas Poll Finds More Than 50 Percent Support for Trump, Boozman

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The 18th annual Arkansas Poll released today found an electorate more optimistic about the economy, but more pessimistic about crime, healthcare, education and politics.

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Renowned Physician-Scientist Dr. Charles G. Drake Joins NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center

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Dr. Charles G. Drake has joined NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) as director of genitourinary oncology and associate director for clinical research at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, effective October 1.

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UCLA Health Experts Advisory for November

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UCLA Health experts are available to discuss a wide variety of topics of interest for the month of November.

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Fall Back! the Effects of Time Change on Health

On Sunday, November 6, we will be turning our clocks back one hour to mark the end of Daylight Savings Time.

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Managing Stress During the Holiday Season, Stress, Holiday Depression, Holiday Stress, Tips to Manage Stress

Expert Offers Ways to Practice "Safe Stress" During the Holidays

For many the holidays are a time of stress, loneliness, and anxiety. E. Christine Moll, PhD, offers ways to practice "safe stress" during the holiday season.

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American Academy Of Dermatology, Dermatology, Dermatologist, Dermatologists, Skin Care, National Healthy Skin Month

Act Your Age When It Comes to Skin Care

Each individual’s skin care routine should be based on her age and her skin’s specific needs. To kick off National Healthy Skin Month, three board-certified dermatologists discuss the top skin care concerns of women in their 20s, 30s and 40s, and provide skin care tips for each age group.

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Virginia Tech Flexible Solar Panel Goes Where Silicon Can't

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A team of engineers and chemists at Virginia Tech is producing flexible solar panels that can become part of window shades or wallpaper that will capture light from the sun as well as light from sources inside buildings.

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Getting Survivorship Care Planning Off the Page and Into Practice

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Jennifer Klemp, PhD, MPH, director of cancer survivorship and an associate professor at The University of Kansas Cancer Center, is interviewed by Oncology Nursing News. In this interview, Klemp offers insights on some of the critical issues that clinicians face, among them: how to deliver optimal survivorship care, what ingredients go into the plan, how to measure progress, and how is this care reimbursed.

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Building a Base of Understanding: Scholars Examine Children's Literature and Principles of Human Rights

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A human rights scholar has explored through research how children's literature can, and does, provide kids a source of learning ethical principles -- fairness, justice and equality -- that underlie human rights law.

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Sepsis – the Silent, Unknown Killer

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By Thomas Stoner, DO, FACOI, Medical Director, PinnacleHealth Community General Osteopathic Hospital

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Halloween Activities Help Babies Develop Senses, Kids Develop Empathy

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Babies crunching leaves in their hands, children creating costumes with their parents, and families picking pumpkins at the local pumpkin patch -- it doesn't have to be cheap or include witches and werewolves for parents to spend time with their children and help aid in their psychological and social development

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Project Pumpkin: Professor and Students Harvest 17 New and Experimental Varieties of Pumpkins

URI Professor harvests student enthusiasm with hands-on research.

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From 275 to 155: A Physician Shares Her Weight Loss Story and Tips

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Dr. Patricia Happel, a family medicine physician who lost more than 100 pounds, shares her story and key components of successful weight loss and healthy living

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Baylor Author Discusses Art of the Short Story, Recommends Five Scary Tales for Halloween

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This Halloween, a Baylor University creative writing professor is urging readers to resurrect their interest in short stories. Arna Hemenway, assistant professor of English in the College of Arts & Sciences, says short stories still have a lot to offer readers looking to be entertained.

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Energy, Clean Energy, Renewable Energy, Environment, Climate, Climate Change, Global Warming, coal, coal-fired electrical power plants, Power Plants, Solar, Wind, Rutgers Energy Institute , Natural Gas, 2016 Presidential campaign, Paul G. Falkowski, clean energy economy, National Security, Fossil Fuels, Economy, economic incentives, Alternative Energy, Congress, Rutgers University, Rutgers, RU, New Jersey, NJ

Burning Fossil Fuels Poses Existential Threat to Earth

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Burning coal for electricity is in decline, while the use of natural gas, solar and wind power are on the rise. But how close are we to creating a clean energy economy to help protect our planet from the impacts of climate change? Rutgers Today asked Paul G. Falkowski, Bennett Smith Professor in Business and Natural Resources in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and director of the Rutgers Energy Institute, about energy use, the presidential candidates’ positions and the outlook for cleaner energy.

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Are You Addicted to Social Media? Expert Offers Six Questions to Ask Yourself

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Yes, you spend a lot of time on social media. You might even check your phone every few minutes to see how many people have liked your latest Facebook post. But are you addicted? And even if you are, what’s the big deal?

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Hunger Expert Discusses USDA Report Showing Significant Drop in Household Food Insecurity

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The USDA recently released its report, “Household Food Insecurity in the United States in 2015,” which shows a significant decline in the national food-insecurity rate, from 14 percent to 12.7 percent in one year. In this Q&A, Jeremy Everett, director of Baylor University’s Texas Hunger Initiative discusses the report, food insecurity in the nation and in Texas, and which campaigns and efforts are working to reduce the number of people going without meals.







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