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Bel Marra Health
Type 2 diabetics might benefit from Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, and Optifast commercial weight loss programs: StudyScientists at Johns Hopkins studied the effects of 10 popular weight loss progr
Type 2 diabetics might benefit from Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, and Optifast commercial weight loss programs: Study
Bel Marra Health / Posted an hour ago
Scientists at Johns Hopkins studied the effects of 10 popular weight loss programs in terms of the potential benefit to diabetics, but additional research is required before doctors can start recommending such weight loss regimens to patients. Study... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Can smartphones and social media improve heart attack treatment?may come because so many people now have smartphones with them everywhere they
Can smartphones and social media improve heart attack treatment?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
may come because so many people now have smartphones with them everywhere they go, said Dr. Timothy Plante, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore who wasn’t involved in the AHA statement. “Since it seems nearly everyone has a phone... Read more
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FOX News
Can smartphones help improve heart attack treatment?may come because so many people now have smartphones with them everywhere they
Can smartphones help improve heart attack treatment?
FOX News / Posted 2 hours ago
may come because so many people now have smartphones with them everywhere they go, said Dr. Timothy Plante, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore who wasn't involved in the AHA statement. "Since it seems nearly everyone has a phone... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Blocking c-Abl enzyme prevents Parkinson’s disease progression in miceResearchers at Johns Hopkins say they have gleaned two important new clues in t
Blocking c-Abl enzyme prevents Parkinson’s disease progression in mice
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 hours ago
Researchers at Johns Hopkins say they have gleaned two important new clues in the fight against Parkinson's disease: that blocking an enzyme called c-Abl prevents the disease in specially bred mice, and that a chemical tag on a second protein may... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Rare inherited gene mutations may contribute to severe forms of bipolar disorderUsing so-called next-generation genome sequencing, researchers at Johns Hopkins
Rare inherited gene mutations may contribute to severe forms of bipolar disorder
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 hours ago
Using so-called next-generation genome sequencing, researchers at Johns Hopkins have identified 84 potential inherited gene mutations that may contribute to the most severe forms of bipolar disorder. About 5.6 million Americans are estimated to have... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists find link between makeup of individual's microbiome and head and neck cancerIn a sample study, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they have found an associat
Scientists find link between makeup of individual's microbiome and head and neck cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 hours ago
In a sample study, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they have found an association between the makeup of an individual's microbiome and head and neck cancer, a finding that potentially advances the quest for faster and more accurate cancer diagnosis... Read more
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Medical News Today
Parkinson's disease: New protein discovery could fuel new treatmentsin the brain called c-Abl could prevent or slow the development of Parkinson's
Parkinson's disease: New protein discovery could fuel new treatments
Medical News Today / Posted 10 hours ago
in the brain called c-Abl could prevent or slow the development of Parkinson's disease. Study co-author Dr. Ted Dawson, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, and colleagues publish their findings in The Journal of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Adios, Three Amigos: Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexicodon't feel the sting' of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of
Adios, Three Amigos: Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexico
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
don't feel the sting' of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. President Barack Obama will fly up to join Nieto and... Read more
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Philly.com
In NJ legislature, new efforts to regulate gunsban part of the law to make it more palatable to everyone," said Stephen Teret,
In NJ legislature, new efforts to regulate guns
Philly.com / Posted 17 hours ago
ban part of the law to make it more palatable to everyone," said Stephen Teret, a professor and founding director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research who helped write both the new legislation and the 2002 law. If Christie... Read more
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Raw Story
Obama set for last ‘Three Amigos’ summit with NAFTA partnersdon’t feel the sting” of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of
Obama set for last ‘Three Amigos’ summit with NAFTA partners
Raw Story / Posted 18 hours ago
don’t feel the sting” of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. Trudeau is likely to tread carefully so as to not... Read more
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Business Insider
States are taking gun control laws into their own handsspeak to the magnitude of the changes in those laws. Jon Vernick, co-director
States are taking gun control laws into their own hands
Business Insider / Posted 18 hours ago
speak to the magnitude of the changes in those laws. Jon Vernick, co-director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Johns Hopkins University, told NBC News, that though gun rights groups have seen more bills pass state legislatures since... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
How Private Is iOS 10?good to know what they're going to do with that data, and we don't," noted Matt
How Private Is iOS 10?
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 18 hours ago
good to know what they're going to do with that data, and we don't," noted Matthew Green, a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University. "We don't know much about what Apple is doing. They seem to be doing something very much like what... Read more
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The Hill
U.S., Mexico, Canada to team up on clean energyTAP TUESDAY II: The Energy Information Administration (EIA) will roll out its A
U.S., Mexico, Canada to team up on clean energy
The Hill / Posted 19 hours ago
TAP TUESDAY II: The Energy Information Administration (EIA) will roll out its Annual Energy Outlook at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. EIA head Adam Sieminski will lead the rollout. Rest of... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
How Private Is iOS 10?good to know what they're going to do with that data, and we don't," noted Matt
How Private Is iOS 10?
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 19 hours ago
good to know what they're going to do with that data, and we don't," noted Matthew Green, a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University. "We don't know much about what Apple is doing. They seem to be doing something very much like what... Read more
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KERA North Texas
What Does Brexit Mean For The U.S. - U.K. 'Special' Relationship?she says, "and now there may be sort of a less significant partner." But Matth
What Does Brexit Mean For The U.S. - U.K. 'Special' Relationship?
KERA North Texas / Posted 20 hours ago
she says, "and now there may be sort of a less significant partner." But Matthias Matthijs, a political economist at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, says the U.S. had already been gravitating toward Germany long before... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
What Does Brexit Mean For The U.S. - U.K. 'Special' Relationship?she says, "and now there may be sort of a less significant partner." But Matth
What Does Brexit Mean For The U.S. - U.K. 'Special' Relationship?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 hours ago
she says, "and now there may be sort of a less significant partner." But Matthias Matthijs, a political economist at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, says the U.S. had already been gravitating toward Germany long before... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
8,000 Baltimore youth employed through summer programfunding the program or employing participants include the Annie E. Casey Founda
8,000 Baltimore youth employed through summer program
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 hours ago
funding the program or employing participants include the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Johns Hopkins Health System and University, MedStar Health and United Way of Central Maryland. At least eight government... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Health care costs still trending upwardcharge for a CT scan, reports the Fort Myers News-Press. After she complained,
Health care costs still trending upward
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 23 hours ago
charge for a CT scan, reports the Fort Myers News-Press. After she complained, the hospital cut the bill to $822. A Johns Hopkins study released last summer reported that 50 of the nation’s hospitals charged some patients as much as 10 times... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Students build adjustable prosthetic foot for high heels Students from Johns Hopkins University build an adjustable prosthetic foot de
Students build adjustable prosthetic foot for high heels
Reuters UK Edition / Posted yesterday
Students from Johns Hopkins University build an adjustable prosthetic foot designed to allow female amputees to wear a variety of shoes, from flats to sky high heels. Katherine Jackson... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Roughly Speaking podcast: Lebron's hot hand, and a million-dollar first novel (episode 116)such a thing as a “hot hand” in basketball? What’s going on when we see basebal
Roughly Speaking podcast: Lebron's hot hand, and a million-dollar first novel (episode 116)
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
such a thing as a “hot hand” in basketball? What’s going on when we see baseball players having a hot streak or a slump? Johns Hopkins’ researcher Jonathan Flombaum takes us to the intersection of sports, brain science and philosophy for a talk... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based researchin Astronomy for continued science operations at the Space Telescope Science In
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based research
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
in Astronomy for continued science operations at the Space Telescope Science Institute located on the campus of the Johns Hopkins University, according to a NASA statement. The sole-source contract is valued at $2.03 billion. The Space... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Why gravitational wave detection may have also revealed dark mattertwo rapidly orbiting black holes in a binary system. That’s part of the idea t
Why gravitational wave detection may have also revealed dark matter
ExtremeTech / Posted yesterday
two rapidly orbiting black holes in a binary system. That’s part of the idea tentatively put forward by researchers from Johns Hopkins University, in a study published in Physical Review Letters. It’s based purely around feasibility — they... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
(REPLAY) Chronicle: Compassion and CannabisQUALITY OF MATTERS. SALLY: SO DOES RESEARCH. REALM OF CARING IS CONDUCTING ONGO
(REPLAY) Chronicle: Compassion and Cannabis
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
QUALITY OF MATTERS. SALLY: SO DOES RESEARCH. REALM OF CARING IS CONDUCTING ONGOING RESEARCH FOR JOHN SAW HIS UNIVERSITY -- JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY TO MAKE SENSE OF PILES OF ANECDOTAL DATA. >> HOW CAN WE DISCOVER TRENDS, C WITH SIDE EFFECTS MIGHT... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural match2011 when Michelle began working in a science lab as a postdoctoral fellow wher
Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural match
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
2011 when Michelle began working in a science lab as a postdoctoral fellow where Gregory, then a graduate student at the Johns Hopkins University, was also working. "He seemed very light," she recalled. "He embodied levity, optimism and... Read more
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FOX News
Doctors’ unconscious bias may not influence their decisionsinjury than white patients. For the new study, the researchers had 215 doctors
Doctors’ unconscious bias may not influence their decisions
FOX News / Posted yesterday
injury than white patients. For the new study, the researchers had 215 doctors - all normally involved in trauma care at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore - take tests to measure their level of unconscious bias for or against people of... Read more
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Newsmax
Obama Heads to Last Summit With Canada, Mexicodon't feel the sting" of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of
Obama Heads to Last Summit With Canada, Mexico
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
don't feel the sting" of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. Trudeau is likely to tread carefully so as to not... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
For customers of Baldwin fruit farm, late is better than neverof the delay. "The plants are very happy." Hamilton, a professor of medicine a
For customers of Baldwin fruit farm, late is better than never
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
of the delay. "The plants are very happy." Hamilton, a professor of medicine and pathology and director of dermatology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said he started the farm because of a challenge. The state beekeeper inspector... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers trace Mercury's origins to rare meteoriteAn image, taken by MESSENGER during its Mercury flyby on Jan. 14, 2008, of Merc
Researchers trace Mercury's origins to rare meteorite
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
An image, taken by MESSENGER during its Mercury flyby on Jan. 14, 2008, of Mercury’s full crescent. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington Around 4.6 billion years ago, the universe was a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Adios, Three Amigos: Barack Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexicohas been mostly silent on Canada. "That doesn't mean Canadians don't feel the s
Adios, Three Amigos: Barack Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexico
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
has been mostly silent on Canada. "That doesn't mean Canadians don't feel the sting" of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International... Read more
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Reuters
Adios, Three Amigos: Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexicodon't feel the sting" of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of
Adios, Three Amigos: Obama heads to last summit with Canada, Mexico
Reuters / Posted yesterday
don't feel the sting" of his protectionist ideas, said Chris Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. Trudeau is likely to tread carefully so as to not... Read more
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The New Yorker
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-Chiefin Pashtun financial systems—without readily discernible priorities. In the ei
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-Chief
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
in Pashtun financial systems—without readily discernible priorities. In the eighties, Ghani taught at Berkeley and at Johns Hopkins, and in 1991 he became an anthropologist for the World Bank, based in Washington, D.C. Travelling half the... Read more
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The Current
New Diversity Officer Visits UMSLInclusion at Rochester Institute of Technology. He served as Associate Director
New Diversity Officer Visits UMSL
The Current / Posted yesterday
Inclusion at Rochester Institute of Technology. He served as Associate Director of Compliance and Conflict Resolution for Johns Hopkins University from 2001 to 2005. From 2005 to 2010, he was the Vice President for Equity and Inclusion at Virginia... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Police Investigate Fatal Shooting In East Baltimoreunknown suspect approached him and fired. Police found the victim conscious an
Police Investigate Fatal Shooting In East Baltimore
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
unknown suspect approached him and fired. Police found the victim conscious and breathing at the scene. He later died at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at 410-396-2221 or Metro Crime Stoppers at... Read more
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New York Magazine
Edward Snowden’s Strangely Free Life – As a Robottalked the way Snowden does about privacy, encryption, and government “overreac
Edward Snowden’s Strangely Free Life – As a Robot
New York Magazine / Posted yesterday
talked the way Snowden does about privacy, encryption, and government “overreach.” The next day, Snowden spoke at Johns Hopkins University, where hundreds of shivering students lined up to get into a packed auditorium. “This is a case... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why you should stop using Telegram right nowthat has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matth
Why you should stop using Telegram right now
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
that has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told the Daily Dot last year. "According to their blog post, they have a couple of really brilliant... Read more
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WA Today
Why you should stop using Telegram right nowthat has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matth
Why you should stop using Telegram right now
WA Today / Posted yesterday
that has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told the Daily Dot last year. "According to their blog post, they have a couple of really brilliant... Read more
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The Age
Why you should stop using Telegram right nowthat has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matth
Why you should stop using Telegram right now
The Age / Posted yesterday
that has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told the Daily Dot last year. "According to their blog post, they have a couple of really brilliant... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why you should stop using Telegram right nowthat has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matth
Why you should stop using Telegram right now
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
that has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told the Daily Dot last year. "According to their blog post, they have a couple of really brilliant... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why you should stop using Telegram right nowthat has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matth
Why you should stop using Telegram right now
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
that has been audited extensively." "They basically made up a protocol," Matthew Green, a professor of cryptography at Johns Hopkins University, told the Daily Dot last year. "According to their blog post, they have a couple of really brilliant... Read more
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The Age
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'
The Age / Posted yesterday
for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland developed a new exploration project named Clipper with a total coast of two billion US... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland developed a new exploration project named Clipper with a total coast of two billion US... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brexit: What it will mean for everyday people and businessesfollowing a currency change, said Matthias Matthijs, an assistant professor of
Brexit: What it will mean for everyday people and businesses
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
following a currency change, said Matthias Matthijs, an assistant professor of international political economy at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. And the ambiguity over how Britain's taxes and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and
Jupiter's Europa moon 'likeliest to have life'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). As a result of this review, the JPL and the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland developed a new exploration project named Clipper with a total coast of two billion US... Read more
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NBC News
As Congress Remains Deadlocked on Guns, Action on State Laws Heats Upfailed to pass campus carry legislation this year. Jon Vernick, co-director of
As Congress Remains Deadlocked on Guns, Action on State Laws Heats Up
NBC News / Posted 2 days ago
failed to pass campus carry legislation this year. Jon Vernick, co-director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Johns Hopkins University, says that gun rights groups probably have a numerical edge in state legislation passed since... Read more
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The Economic Times
Drones may be cheaper alternative to deliver vaccinesvaccines to people to keep them from getting sick or dying from preventable dis
Drones may be cheaper alternative to deliver vaccines
The Economic Times / Posted 2 days ago
vaccines to people to keep them from getting sick or dying from preventable diseases," said Bruce Y Lee, from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. In low- and middle-income countries, there are many challenges faced by... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing usfrom Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stoppe
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing us
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
from Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stopped research into gun violence. Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities have weighed in some, but we’ve mostly gone 20 years without meaty research into one of the most... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing usfrom Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stoppe
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing us
Greenwich Time / Posted 2 days ago
from Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stopped research into gun violence. Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities have weighed in some, but we’ve mostly gone 20 years without meaty research into one of the most... Read more
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The News-Times
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing usfrom Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stoppe
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing us
The News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
from Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stopped research into gun violence. Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities have weighed in some, but we’ve mostly gone 20 years without meaty research into one of the most... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing usfrom Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stoppe
Susan Campbell: Ignorance is killing us
Darien News-Review / Posted 2 days ago
from Arkansas, who has since changed his mind. His amendment effectively stopped research into gun violence. Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities have weighed in some, but we’ve mostly gone 20 years without meaty research into one of the most... Read more
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