The research appears in JAMA Pediatrics on March 20. “The take-home message is that a smartphone can help a child be healthier across a number of health care behaviors, like making sure they get vaccines or eat a healthy diet,” said co-author...
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‘Herping’ St. Patrick’s Day! Herpetologists Ponder St. Patrick, Snake-Herding and Natural History of Emerald Isle
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, a group of scientists in the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute's Division of Herpetology flash their gift for the gab in pondering both the science and myth behind the Patron Saint of Ireland.
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A new study led by a University of Kansas researcher has identified seven health behavior cluster groups to make public health interventions more holistic and efficient.
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A University of Kansas study's results suggest that children with sensitive genotypes who come from low-income homes will be less financially successful than their same sex sibling without those genotypes. But children with those same genotypes from...
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While Untangling History of Aquatic Beetle Group, NSF Graduate Researcher Discovers Flaw in Model Used by Biologists
Baca determined the relationships of 53 species of Noteridae representing all subfamilies, tribes and 16 of 17 genera within the family. By sequencing and comparing DNA sequences, the team’s work has led to a “comprehensive phylogenetic...
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New study measuring attitudes on transgender rights issues finds significant support for protection of general civil rights for transgender people, but public opinion is more divided on policies that relate to the body and gender roles, such as...
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Self-reported overweight people, if they were Democrats are more likely to believe genetic factors cause obesity, while Republicans who see themselves are overweight still assign eating habits and lifestyle choices as the cause, according to a new...
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Yong Zhao has published an article arguing that education researchers should consider the side effects of new methods and measures before putting them in schools. Many approaches do have side effects, leading to poorer education. Emulating the...
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Court Ruling Confirms Schools Must Help Students with Disabilities Make Meaningful Progress, Professors Say
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Two new papers appearing in the journal Nature this week are “slam-dunk” evidence that energies from supernovae have buffeted our planet, according to astrophysicist Adrian Melott of the University of Kansas.
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Bill Lacy, longtime political strategist and the director of the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas, is available to speak with media about tonight's Republican debate.
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