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Calcutta News
IS Use of Social Media to Recruit, Radicalize Still a Top Threat to USheroes by killing people in ISIS's name," said Jessica Stern, a fellow at the F
IS Use of Social Media to Recruit, Radicalize Still a Top Threat to US
Calcutta News / Posted 9 minutes ago
heroes by killing people in ISIS's name," said Jessica Stern, a fellow at the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health and co-author of ISIS: The State of Terror. ISIS is an acronym for Islamic State. Stern said... Read more
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Psych Central
Induced Labor May Not Up Risk of Autismfinds that induction of labor is not associated with increased risk of autism s
Induced Labor May Not Up Risk of Autism
Psych Central / Posted 3 days ago
finds that induction of labor is not associated with increased risk of autism spectrum disorders in children. The large Harvard School of Public Health study should allay concerns about induced labor increasing autism risk and will aid clinical... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: NuVal Empower makes debutstudies. Much more important, though, is the work of scientists completely inde
Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: NuVal Empower makes debut
The Middletown Press / Posted 5 days ago
studies. Much more important, though, is the work of scientists completely independent of NuVal. A study out of the Harvard School of Public Health of over 100,000 people showed that NuVal scores correlated with both chronic disease rates... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
How to stay healthy: 10 killer questionssources such as chicken and nuts. INEVITABLE: Making the journey to old age in
How to stay healthy: 10 killer questions
Daily Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
sources such as chicken and nuts. INEVITABLE: Making the journey to old age in a healthy way Picture: ISTOCK.COM The Harvard School of Public Health has found that high consumption of beef and pork increases mortality from heart disease and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Researchers find the quick fix to alleviate the burn of chile pepperstaking a sip of either will only wash the vicious capsaicin around your mouth
Researchers find the quick fix to alleviate the burn of chile peppers
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
taking a sip of either will only wash the vicious capsaicin around your mouth The researchers, from Oxford University, Harvard School of Public Health in the US and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, found that people who ate spicy food... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB researcher named to National Academies committee on marijuana usedata are being gathered to answer long-term questions. The 16-member committee
UB researcher named to National Academies committee on marijuana use
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 11 days ago
data are being gathered to answer long-term questions. The 16-member committee, chaired by Marie McCormick of the Harvard School of Public Health, includes researchers from Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University and Duke University... Read more
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The Age
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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The Courier
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Manning River Times
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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The North West Star
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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The Border Mail
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumspeople trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm.
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater credibility and sway than doctors,... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 14States, resulting in over 33,000 gun deaths every year — a rate more than 25 ti
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 14
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 15 days ago
States, resulting in over 33,000 gun deaths every year — a rate more than 25 times that of other developed countries. Harvard School of Public Health researchers cite clear evidence that states with the highest rates of gun ownership also have... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Study cites the fats that could shorten your lifeto replace saturated fat and trans fat with unsaturated fats," concluded a team
Study cites the fats that could shorten your life
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 16 days ago
to replace saturated fat and trans fat with unsaturated fats," concluded a team of researchers led by Dr. Frank Hu of Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. One nutritionist believes the study should help clear up the confusion many... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for June 14States, resulting in over 33,000 gun deaths every year — a rate more than 25 ti
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for June 14
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 16 days ago
States, resulting in over 33,000 gun deaths every year — a rate more than 25 times that of other developed countries. Harvard School of Public Health researchers cite clear evidence that states with the highest rates of gun ownership also have... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Thirsty? New Study Links Good Hydration To Slimmer Waistlinesterm. "Over several months, people who are drinking water before their meal lo
Thirsty? New Study Links Good Hydration To Slimmer Waistlines
KERA North Texas / Posted 17 days ago
term. "Over several months, people who are drinking water before their meal lose more weight," explains Eric Rimm of the Harvard School of Public Health. The idea here is that people feel less hungry after filling up on water. "But is it a... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Thirsty? New Study Links Good Hydration To Slimmer Waistlinesterm. "Over several months, people who are drinking water before their meal lo
Thirsty? New Study Links Good Hydration To Slimmer Waistlines
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
term. "Over several months, people who are drinking water before their meal lose more weight," explains Eric Rimm of the Harvard School of Public Health. The idea here is that people feel less hungry after filling up on water. "But is it a... Read more
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Newsmax
Home Cooking Lowers Diabetes Riska habit could lead to weight gain, which, in turn, is associated with an increa
Home Cooking Lowers Diabetes Risk
Newsmax / Posted 22 days ago
a habit could lead to weight gain, which, in turn, is associated with an increased risk of diabetes. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health evaluated large prospective datasets in which U.S. health professionals -- both men and... Read more
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News 8000
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
News 8000 / Posted 22 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
KTVZ Bend / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
KECI Missoula / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 23 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Sleep to success: should we embrace the nap?or high blood pressure, according to 2015 research in the Journal of Human Hype
Sleep to success: should we embrace the nap?
Guelph Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
or high blood pressure, according to 2015 research in the Journal of Human Hypertension. In 2007, researchers with the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston found a relationship between midday naps and a decreased prevalence of heart... Read more
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The Age
Growing pains for field of epigenetics as some call for overhaulfrom those of other cell types in the blood. Rafael Irizarry, an applied stati
Growing pains for field of epigenetics as some call for overhaul
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
from those of other cell types in the blood. Rafael Irizarry, an applied statistician at Dana-Farber Cancer Centre and the Harvard School of Public Health, said new methods could help researchers steer clear of this confusion. Scientists can sort... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
WWLP Springfield / Posted 24 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 24 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 24 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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Daily Mail
Home-cooked meals 'slash risk of type 2 diabetes by 15%'is cut by up to 15 per cent. Nipping home for lunch is also good for health, t
Home-cooked meals 'slash risk of type 2 diabetes by 15%'
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
is cut by up to 15 per cent. Nipping home for lunch is also good for health, the study found. The researchers, from the Harvard School of Public Health, said that home-cooked meals are likely to be healthier than those eaten out. Plus, people... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study sayslike crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%, study says
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 24 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amou
Good fats can cut risk of death by 27%
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 24 days ago
like crackers, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, pies and cakes, often in trace amounts that quickly add up. Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has showed that the risk of heart disease rises by 23% for every 2% of calories obtained from... Read more
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Perth Now
Don’t fall for new low-fat chocolate barsnow believe low-fat foods can actually cause us to gain, not lose weight. A rec
Don’t fall for new low-fat chocolate bars
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
now believe low-fat foods can actually cause us to gain, not lose weight. A recent study by Dr Walter Willett from the Harvard School of Public Health found that eating a low-fat diet can cause some people to pile on pounds rather than shed... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Sleep to success: should we embrace the nap?or high blood pressure, according to 2015 research in the Journal of Human Hype
Sleep to success: should we embrace the nap?
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 25 days ago
or high blood pressure, according to 2015 research in the Journal of Human Hypertension. In 2007, researchers with the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston found a relationship between midday naps and a decreased prevalence of heart... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Peanuts And Peanut Butter Can Reduce Diabetes Risklunch or snacking on a handful of peanuts won’t just fill you up. It’ll also re
Peanuts And Peanut Butter Can Reduce Diabetes Risk
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 29 days ago
lunch or snacking on a handful of peanuts won’t just fill you up. It’ll also reduce your diabetes risk, according to a new Harvard School of Public Health study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. The study is the first to compare... Read more
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KERA North Texas
1 In 10 People May Face Malnutrition As Fish Catches Declinethe coming decades if global fish catches continue to decline. Christopher Gol
1 In 10 People May Face Malnutrition As Fish Catches Decline
KERA North Texas / Posted 29 days ago
the coming decades if global fish catches continue to decline. Christopher Golden, lead author and research scientist at Harvard School of Public Health, calls it "a perfect storm" for countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
1 In 10 People May Face Malnutrition As Fish Catches Declinethe coming decades if global fish catches continue to decline. Christopher Gol
1 In 10 People May Face Malnutrition As Fish Catches Decline
KPBS San Diego / Posted 29 days ago
the coming decades if global fish catches continue to decline. Christopher Golden, lead author and research scientist at Harvard School of Public Health, calls it "a perfect storm" for countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, the... Read more
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Psych Central
Going to Church Tied to Lower Suicide Risk In Womenis among the 10 leading causes of death in the United States. In the research,
Going to Church Tied to Lower Suicide Risk In Women
Psych Central / Posted 29 days ago
is among the 10 leading causes of death in the United States. In the research, Tyler J. VanderWeele, PhD., of the Harvard School of Public Health, and coauthors looked at associations between religious service attendance and suicide from... Read more
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Daily Mail
Women who go to church 'are 5 times less likely to commit suicide'church more than once a week while 36,488 attended once per week and 21,644 had
Women who go to church 'are 5 times less likely to commit suicide'
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
church more than once a week while 36,488 attended once per week and 21,644 had never attended. The researchers, from the Harvard School of Public Health, found that compared to the women who attended services once a week or more, those who... Read more
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express
Women who go to church less likely to kill themselvesfor first time in 200 YEARS Christian mayor BANS the burkini in swimming pools
Women who go to church less likely to kill themselves
express / Posted 30 days ago
for first time in 200 YEARS Christian mayor BANS the burkini in swimming pools after complaints The researchers, from the Harvard School of Public Health in the US, found that compared to the women who attended services once a week or more, those... Read more
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The Chronicle
A healthy systemincredibly important, providing a fresh dose of reality to the populace. Partic
A healthy system
The Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
incredibly important, providing a fresh dose of reality to the populace. Particularly important given the fact that a 2008 Harvard School of Public Health Poll showed that 45 percent of Americans still felt as though the American healthcare system... Read more
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