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Daily Mail
Hillary's poll number haven't been this bad since the COLD WAR endedHillary's poll numbers continue to tank as she hasn't been this unpopular since
Hillary's poll number haven't been this bad since the COLD WAR ended
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Hillary's poll numbers continue to tank as she hasn't been this unpopular since 1992 – when the Cold War officially ended and 'End of The Road' was the top song The last time Clinton was liked by so few Americans, her husband wasn't yet president... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is tryingIncomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing dir
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is trying
Silicon Valley / Posted 4 hours ago
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. During a recent cross-country tour, Boyd got on the phone to discuss strategies for... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is tryingIncomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing dir
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is trying
Inside Bay Area / Posted 4 hours ago
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. During a recent cross-country tour, Boyd got on the phone to discuss strategies for... Read more
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The Mercury News
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is tryingIncomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing dir
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is trying
The Mercury News / Posted 4 hours ago
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. During a recent cross-country tour, Boyd got on the phone to discuss strategies for... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is tryingIncomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing dir
Fixing the rental crisis: Make Room's Angela Boyd is trying
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 4 hours ago
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. During a recent cross-country tour, Boyd got on the phone to discuss strategies for... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Poor Kids In Chicago Have More Options For Where To Go To School, But That's Not Necessarily GoodLong gone are the days when poor children in Chicago got trapped in failing nei
Poor Kids In Chicago Have More Options For Where To Go To School, But That's Not Necessarily Good
The Huffington Post / Posted 5 hours ago
Long gone are the days when poor children in Chicago got trapped in failing neighborhood schools. Nowadays, families from low-income neighborhoods are more likely to send their kids to a greater range of types of schools than families from affluent... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mikulski hands Obama victory on Iran dealSen. Barbara A. Mikulski handed President Barack Obama a victory Wednesday by a
Mikulski hands Obama victory on Iran deal
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski handed President Barack Obama a victory Wednesday by announcing her support for the pending Iran nuclear agreement, providing the final vote needed to ensure the deal will survive GOP opposition in Congress. The Maryland... Read more
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MedCity News
Johns Hopkins-Luminox deal sets up accelerator for Israeli digital health startupsSource: Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Cross border deals involving digital
Johns Hopkins-Luminox deal sets up accelerator for Israeli digital health startups
MedCity News / Posted 8 hours ago
Source: Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures Cross border deals involving digital health startups in Israel are on the rise. In the most recent example, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures has inked a multiyear agreement with Israeli digital health... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Sen. Ben Cardin to oppose Iran nuclear dealChances are you've seen lobbying efforts during TV commercial breaks or even on
Sen. Ben Cardin to oppose Iran nuclear deal
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 8 hours ago
Chances are you've seen lobbying efforts during TV commercial breaks or even on your social media. Sen. Ben Cardin has not publicly announced whether he'll support the deal, but Tuesday a couple of fellow Democrats put their support behind the... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
ObamaCare to Crapify Health Insurance at 26% of Employers with "Cadillac Tax"The Cadillac tax — which doesn’t go into effect until 2018 — places a 40 percen
ObamaCare to Crapify Health Insurance at 26% of Employers with "Cadillac Tax"
Naked Capitalism / Posted 9 hours ago
The Cadillac tax — which doesn’t go into effect until 2018 — places a 40 percent tax on health benefits above a certain threshold, encouraging employers to offer less expensive insurance or, if they don’t, pay a big fine. [T]o avoid the perception... Read more
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PhysOrg
Pluto's moon NixArtist’s impression of Pluto and its moons. Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins Univer
Pluto's moon Nix
PhysOrg / Posted 12 hours ago
Artist’s impression of Pluto and its moons. Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Southwest Research Institute Over the course of the past decade, many amazing discoveries have been made at the edge of the Solar System.... Read more
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MedCity News
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grants $9.6M to reduce newborn mortality in EthiopiaThe Institute for Healthcare Improvement announced it has received a $9.6 milli
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grants $9.6M to reduce newborn mortality in Ethiopia
MedCity News / Posted 12 hours ago
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement announced it has received a $9.6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to reduce maternal and newborn mortality in Ethiopia. “In the last few years, Ethiopia has made remarkable gains in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Endothelin system offers potential therapeutic target for ALSAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disorder in which cells of the nervous
Endothelin system offers potential therapeutic target for ALS
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 hours ago
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disorder in which cells of the nervous system die, leading to muscle weakness that impacts breathing, movement and other physical functions. More commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, ALS has no cure, and... Read more
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International Business Times
ALS breakthrough aided by funding from Ice Bucket ChallengeAn ALS breakthrough announced by scientists was partially funded by money raise
ALS breakthrough aided by funding from Ice Bucket Challenge
International Business Times / Posted 14 hours ago
An ALS breakthrough announced by scientists was partially funded by money raised through the Ice Bucket Challenge. A team of researchers identified a protein linked to cell death in the brain or spinal cord of patients – providing a target for... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Ice bucket successWhen Americans were giddily drenching themselves with ice water during the �ice
Ice bucket success
Rutland Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
When Americans were giddily drenching themselves with ice water during the �ice bucket challenge� a year ago, the cognoscenti rolled their eyes. The aim of the ice bucket challenge was to raise money to combat ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig�s... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Kim Campbell laughs at jokes, dodges punches"Even though he's in the late stages of Alzheimer's, and he's lost most of his
Kim Campbell laughs at jokes, dodges punches
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
"Even though he's in the late stages of Alzheimer's, and he's lost most of his ability to communicate verbally, he's still trying to entertain," says Kim Campbell of her husband, Glen Campbell. "He will sit there. You can tell he's trying to make a... Read more
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The Morning Call
Kutztown, Muhlenberg, Moravian football capsules for Week 1ASSUMPTION (0-0) VS. KUTZTOWN (0-0) When/Where: 1:05 p.m. Saturday, University
Kutztown, Muhlenberg, Moravian football capsules for Week 1
The Morning Call / Posted 17 hours ago
ASSUMPTION (0-0) VS. KUTZTOWN (0-0) When/Where: 1:05 p.m. Saturday, University Field at Andre Reed Stadium TV: PBS39 WLVT, KUTV Series: This is the first meeting Last meeting: N/A Kutztown leaders: Sr. QB Chad Barton (236 of 407, 2,891 yards, 29... Read more
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The Huffington Post
This Is What It's Like To Live On $2 A DayWhat's it like to have no source of income? That's life for millions of America
This Is What It's Like To Live On $2 A Day
The Huffington Post / Posted 18 hours ago
What's it like to have no source of income? That's life for millions of Americans, although the political debate barely acknowledges that reality. When conversations about poverty take place in Washington, they typically focus on the working poor,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Visual cortex in blind children responds to hearing stories, JHU researcher findsNineteen blind children lay in a fMRI scanner and listened to stories, music, o
Visual cortex in blind children responds to hearing stories, JHU researcher finds
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 hours ago
Nineteen blind children lay in a fMRI scanner and listened to stories, music, or someone speaking a foreign language such as Russian, Hebrew or Korean. As they listened to the stories, something unexpected happened — the visual cortex lit up. A... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Public health advocates call on Johns Hopkins to make TB drug widely availablePublic health groups and Johns Hopkins University students are waging a campaig
Public health advocates call on Johns Hopkins to make TB drug widely available
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Public health groups and Johns Hopkins University students are waging a campaign to ensure that a potentially groundbreaking tuberculosis drug developed by Johns Hopkins becomes available to patients in poor nations where the disease is most... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Charm City Circulator to be extended to Johns Hopkins UniversityThe Charm City Circulator is coming to Johns Hopkins. The free bus service's P
Charm City Circulator to be extended to Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
The Charm City Circulator is coming to Johns Hopkins. The free bus service's Purple route, which runs from Federal Hill to Penn Station, will be extended about a mile and a half up to 33rd Street, near the university's Homewood campus on Oct. 5, the... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Should the world dance or sing along to China's currency devaluation song?On 11 August 2015, the world woke up to the news of the yuan’s devaluation. Tho
Should the world dance or sing along to China's currency devaluation song?
Daily Maverick / Posted yesterday
On 11 August 2015, the world woke up to the news of the yuan’s devaluation. Though the Chinese currency was initially devalued by about 2% – over the ensuing days it plummeted by some 4% against the dollar. This move did not only leave many global... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Johns Hopkins signs men's lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala to extension through 2020Dave Pietramala signed an extension to continue coaching the Johns Hopkins men’
Johns Hopkins signs men's lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala to extension through 2020
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Dave Pietramala signed an extension to continue coaching the Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team through the 2020 season, athletic director Tom Calder announced Thursday morning. Since 2001, Pietramala has coached the Blue Jays to 14 NCAA tournaments,... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
SBRT for pancreatic cancerLorri and Randall Swan are tough opponents on the court, but at home, they work
SBRT for pancreatic cancer
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
Lorri and Randall Swan are tough opponents on the court, but at home, they work as a team researching every option to fight Randall's pancreatic cancer. "It will come back, haunt you if you don't hit it with as big a hammer as you can," Randall... Read more
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MedCity News
emocha expands medication adherence selfies across South Africa for multi-drug resistant TBemocha Mobile Health, a digital health startup that’s using telemedicine as a w
emocha expands medication adherence selfies across South Africa for multi-drug resistant TB
MedCity News / Posted yesterday
emocha Mobile Health, a digital health startup that’s using telemedicine as a way to confirm medication adherence, has won the support of the South Africa department of health to expand adopt its technology to improve treatment for patients with... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Study finds strict state gun laws could prompt suicide dropState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study finds strict state gun laws could prompt suicide drop
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Researcher credits Ice Bucket Challenge with ALS breakthroughAn ALS researcher told Nicholas Kristof that money raised by the Ice Bucket Cha
Researcher credits Ice Bucket Challenge with ALS breakthrough
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
An ALS researcher told Nicholas Kristof that money raised by the Ice Bucket Challenge helped his team make a major discovery in how the disease works. “The funding certainly facilitated the results we obtained,” Philip Wong, a Professor and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Steen Jakobsen Warns "The Fiat Economy Is Unsustainable"According to MarketWatch.com: Panel of ex-Fed officials say no rate hike will
Steen Jakobsen Warns "The Fiat Economy Is Unsustainable"
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
According to MarketWatch.com: Panel of ex-Fed officials say no rate hike will come at September meeting Published: Sept 3, 2015 1:46 p.m. ET By Greg Robb Senior economics reporter The global economic outlook has worsened since the Federal... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Chipotle to deliver to Ohio State campus in fall This fall, students on the Ohio State University campus will be able to get t
Chipotle to deliver to Ohio State campus in fall
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted yesterday
This fall, students on the Ohio State University campus will be able to get their burrito fix without ever having to step foot in a restaurant. Chipotle Mexican Grill will be offering burritos and... Read more
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Market Watch
Panel of ex-Fed officials say no rate hike will come at September meetingFederal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. The global economic outlook has worse
Panel of ex-Fed officials say no rate hike will come at September meeting
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. The global economic outlook has worsened since the Federal Reserve’s last meeting in July, which will lead the U.S. central bank to hold off on lifting interest rates in September, a panel of former Fed... Read more
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The Daily Record
Cummings to keynote BOLD ConferenceLeadership At Its Best, a Columbus, Ohio-based provider of leadership training,
Cummings to keynote BOLD Conference
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Leadership At Its Best, a Columbus, Ohio-based provider of leadership training, coaching and development programs, announced Thursday that U.S. Congressman Elijah E. Cummings will be the keynote speaker at the BOLD Conference Sept. 26 at 8 a.m. at... Read more
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News 8000
Gun control leads to fewer suicidesState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Gun control leads to fewer suicides
News 8000 / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Aleph Beta: Ki Tavo: The Pursuit of Happiness Part 1/2This week’s parsha can be broken into two main sections. The first section is a
Aleph Beta: Ki Tavo: The Pursuit of Happiness Part 1/2
The Jewish Press / Posted yesterday
This week’s parsha can be broken into two main sections. The first section is about the declarations a farmer needs to make after he brings Bikkurim, the first fruit, and tithes to the Temple. The second section is all about the blessings and curses... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Study: Gun control leads to fewer suicidesState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control leads to fewer suicides
KSBW Salinas / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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FOX News
The fiber myth: How much is too much?High-fiber foods might as well come with a sticker saying, "Need to poop? Eat t
The fiber myth: How much is too much?
FOX News / Posted yesterday
High-fiber foods might as well come with a sticker saying, "Need to poop? Eat this." After all, that's pretty much what cereal commercials, doctors, and everyone else are saying. But, it turns out that fiber might actually be what's backing you... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Gun control lead to less suicide
Local 10 Miami / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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KSPR Springfield
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KSPR Springfield / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Gun control lead to less suicide
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide | Health - Home Suicides drop when laws tightened, rise when relaxed, researc
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KTVZ Bend / Posted yesterday
| Health - Home Suicides drop when laws tightened, rise when relaxed, researchers find By Carina Storrs Special to CNN State laws that restrict access to guns could... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KTUU Anchorage / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Study: Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Study: Gun control lead to less suicide
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Gun control lead to less suicideState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Gun control lead to less suicide
Local 6 Orlando / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Strict state gun laws could lead to drops in suicide, study saysState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Strict state gun laws could lead to drops in suicide, study says
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Strict state gun laws could lead to drops in suicide, study saysState laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-relate
Strict state gun laws could lead to drops in suicide, study says
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
State laws that restrict access to guns could reduce the rate of firearm-related suicide, according to new research. Researchers examined suicide rates in Connecticut and Missouri, two states that changed their permit-to-purchase handgun laws in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Forget analysts, mine Twitter for share tradingBeating the Street: Twitter estimates rate better than analysts, which have a w
Forget analysts, mine Twitter for share trading
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Beating the Street: Twitter estimates rate better than analysts, which have a well-documented history of underestimating earnings going into announcements. Photo: Brendan McDermid Investors might want to put aside all that Wall Street research and... Read more
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