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Article ID: 697476

AJPH September Issue: Black Lung on the Rise, Opioid Deaths by Congressional District, Police Violence and More

American Public Health Association (APHA)

In this issue, find research on black lung, opioids, police violence and more.

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Article ID: 697630

$3M Grant Supports Rutgers Initiative to Study Tobacco 21 Laws

Rutgers School of Public Health

Rutgers researchers, with the aid of a new $3 million National Cancer Institute grant, will be studying the effectiveness of Tobacco 21 laws in the hopes of helping determine how tobacco control policies aimed at young people can be strengthened to improve their health and avoid untimely deaths due to tobacco-related illness.

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Article ID: 697626

HIV Expert: “Stop Enabling HIV Epidemic, Normalize Testing”

New York Institute of Technology

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Article ID: 697364

Interactive Web Site Aims To Reduce Yoga Injuries

Manhattan Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Emergency room visits for yoga injuries have increased 70% in the past five years for over 36 million Americans who practice yoga. To make yoga safer for everyone and to prevent yoga-related injuries, Loren Fishman, MD, has launched YIP—Yoga Injury Prevention (YIP.Guru), a searchable interactive web site.

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Article ID: 697489

NIH Awards $42 Million Grant to Fuel Research Discoveries at Tulane National Primate Research Center

Tulane University

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a five-year, $42 million grant to the Tulane National Primate Research Center to continue its mission to fight diseases and improve human health through biomedical research.

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Article ID: 697329

Citizen-Scientist Study Results Find Ticks Capable of Carrying Lyme Disease in 83 Additional U.S. Counties

Northern Arizona University

More than 16,000 ticks were sent in by people across the country and tested for various bacterial infections. Results show ticks capable of carrying Lyme disease are more widespread than originally thought.

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Article ID: 697346

It’s Lyme Disease Season: Current Preventative Research and How to Protect Yourself This Summer

Binghamton University, State University of New York

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CDC Awards ASN Contract for Continued Dialysis Bloodstream Infection Research

American Society of Nephrology (ASN)

Bloodstream infections can be life-threatening to individuals undergoing kidney dialysis. Following infection control procedures is critical, yet best practices may not always occur at busy dialysis facilities.

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Article ID: 697128

Database Analysis More Reliable Than Animal Testing for Toxic Chemicals

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Advanced algorithms working from large chemical databases can predict a new chemical’s toxicity better than standard animal tests, suggests a study led by scientists at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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