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Times Leader
To Your Health: Four signs that you might need a mental health daystressful,” and 25 percent of people say their job is the number one source of
Times Leader / Posted 21 minutes ago
stressful,” and 25 percent of people say their job is the number one source of stress in their lives. A study from Harvard and Stanford universities found that workplace stress can be as toxic as secondhand smoke. Workplace stress is a... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Investors should beware potential 'reckoning'fears that the world is set for another downturn. A decade on from the last cr
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 39 minutes ago
fears that the world is set for another downturn. A decade on from the last crash, Professor Kenneth Rogoff from Harvard University says there is "no plan A" to deal with another crisis given that interest rates remain at super-low levels... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Dimming the Sun to cool Earth could ravage wildlife — studywould have to go in one direction to find a liveable temperature but a differen
Inquirier.net / Posted an hour ago
would have to go in one direction to find a liveable temperature but a different one to find the right amount of rainfall. Harvard professor David Keith, author of “A Case for Climate Engineering,” did not challenge the potential dangers for... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
The next battle over affirmative action is about discrimination against Asian AmericansAsian American students? Advocates have found an ally in the Trump administrat
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 hours ago
Asian American students? Advocates have found an ally in the Trump administration, which last year opened an inquiry into Harvard University based on their complaints that its practices violate federal civil rights law. A parallel lawsuit, backed... Read more
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Daily Herald
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
Daily Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from othersjudge's decision to let so many victims testify, even if the crimes for which h
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
judge's decision to let so many victims testify, even if the crimes for which he is being sentenced involve only seven. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Democratic dream of riding a ‘blue wave’ to victory in 2018 fades12-month-old Trump administration. The weary public has noticed, and is giving
The Washington Times / Posted 4 hours ago
12-month-old Trump administration. The weary public has noticed, and is giving positive ratings on a number of issues. A Harvard/Harris poll released Monday reveals that 59 percent of all U.S. voters give Mr. Trump a thumbs up on his prowess with... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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The Temple News
Animal testing is cruel and unreliableof how this technique can expand the possibilities of research are the “human o
The Temple News / Posted 4 hours ago
of how this technique can expand the possibilities of research are the “human organs-on-chips” that the Wyss Institute at Harvard University created. This invention can simulate how the body will function in response to new drugs and other... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Yale fraternities delay rush events amid push to allow womencriteria. As part of broader re-examination of Greek life, a number of U.S. co
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
criteria. As part of broader re-examination of Greek life, a number of U.S. colleges have made changes, including Harvard University, which forbids students who join single-gender clubs from leading campus groups, and Wesleyan University,... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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Island Packet
Victims of sports doctor's abuse draw strength from otherswomen," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to fee
Island Packet / Posted 4 hours ago
women," said Steingold, noting that women often are afraid of being made to feel responsible for allowing abuse to happen. Harvard psychiatry professor Dr. Judith Lewis Herman said she has never seen so many victims of one perpetrator come forward,... Read more
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The Chronicle
Out with the old: The new faces leading Duke's next chapterRubenstein, former chair of the Board of Trustees and Trinity '70, left his rol
The Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
Rubenstein, former chair of the Board of Trustees and Trinity '70, left his role in July 2017 to become a member of the Harvard Corporation—a group consisting of 12 voting members that functions as one of the two boards governing Harvard. He... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Creative people wired to see the world differentlyCreative people are wired to see the world differently than others, Harvard sci
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
Creative people are wired to see the world differently than others, Harvard scientists say. Researchers studying brain scans of people who were asked to come up with inventive uses for everyday objects found a specific pattern of connectivity that... Read more
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Boston Globe
Public employee unions cry foul after state cuts health insurance optionsindustry. Under the changes, which take effect in July, commercial plans from
Boston Globe / Posted 8 hours ago
industry. Under the changes, which take effect in July, commercial plans from the popular insurers Tufts Health Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Fallon Health no longer will be available. Several union representatives slammed Thursday’s... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Doctor sets her life course as a preschoolerNational Research Hospital in Omaha, part time at Boston Children’s Hospital in
Fremont Tribune / Posted 9 hours ago
National Research Hospital in Omaha, part time at Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston and he also teaches part time at Harvard Medical School. You might say Vanderhoof has had a high-flying career. “I’ve had more fun than you can imagine,” he... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
GLENN MOLLETTE: President Trump must fix Medicare Part Dover $500,000 per member of congress. Congressmen and congresswomen care most a
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 10 hours ago
over $500,000 per member of congress. Congressmen and congresswomen care most about being reelected. A paper released by Harvard Medical School researchers cited the size of Medicare part D program and its lack of government negotiating clout... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Tuesday Editorial: Quality of our lives continues to risemore benefits than previously recognized. This comes from a Washington Post co
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 10 hours ago
more benefits than previously recognized. This comes from a Washington Post column by Amby Burfoot based on research from Harvard and the Karolinska Institute of Stockholm. Light activity results in longer life, specifically less cancer and heart... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Middletown Hall of Fame to induct new membersamong the top 10 students academically in his graduating class, was class presi
The Middletown Press / Posted 10 hours ago
among the top 10 students academically in his graduating class, was class president as a junior and senior, received the Harvard Book Prize and was a National Merit Scholar in math. Edens was a key member of the 1966 undefeated Central Valley... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
GLENN MOLLETTE: President Trump must fix Medicare Part Dover $500,000 per member of congress. Congressmen and congresswomen care most a
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 11 hours ago
over $500,000 per member of congress. Congressmen and congresswomen care most about being reelected. A paper released by Harvard Medical School researchers cited the size of Medicare part D program and its lack of government negotiating clout... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Should Roe v. Wade be overturned?judges who'd overturn the Roe v. Wade decision. Roe v. Wade is often called a
Staten Island Advance / Posted 11 hours ago
judges who'd overturn the Roe v. Wade decision. Roe v. Wade is often called a defining example of "judicial activism." Harvard Law Professor Michael Klarman, an expert on constitutional law and history, says that by handing down the decision... Read more
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Daily Mail
Yale fraternities delay rush events amid push to allow womenoff-campus options and a decentralized administrative approach to it. RELATED
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
off-campus options and a decentralized administrative approach to it. RELATED ARTICLES 'We hear he's a pretty funny guy': Harvard University club...Black-ish starlet Yara Shahidi dons custom Ralph Lauren... Share this article The recent Yale... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Former NFL pros push for end to kids' tackle footballto be getting exercise at the time," added Chris Nowinski, the foundation's chi
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 12 hours ago
to be getting exercise at the time," added Chris Nowinski, the foundation's chief executive officer who played football at Harvard University. Young children with developing brains are more vulnerable to the effects of head trauma, which can lead... Read more
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Boston Globe
A look at notable hospital donationsand his wife, Susan. The money was used to create a joint institute with other
Boston Globe / Posted 12 hours ago
and his wife, Susan. The money was used to create a joint institute with other research powerhouses, including MIT and Harvard, to accelerate the quest to find an AIDS vaccine. Ragon said he was motivated by scenes of desperation he witnessed... Read more
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Boston Globe
Recovering addict Nan Goldin calls on Harvard to reject money from family tied to OxyContinCelebrated photographer Nan Goldin says the benefactor of Harvard’s Arthur M. S
Boston Globe / Posted 12 hours ago
Celebrated photographer Nan Goldin says the benefactor of Harvard’s Arthur M. Sackler Museum should be shunned by US arts organizations. Goldin, who’s been drug-free for 10 months after entering a Massachusetts rehab center for an addiction to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Twist to Kentucky’s Medicaid work rule: Pass a course insteadfrom passing — is just expensive, punitive, and cruel,” said Atul Gawande, a su
Boston Globe / Posted 13 hours ago
from passing — is just expensive, punitive, and cruel,” said Atul Gawande, a surgeon and a health care researcher at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. “It serves no health benefit whatsoever. You have to be concerned about... Read more
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Daily Mail
Yara Shahidi says Ralph Lauren altered SAG gown into jumpsuit for hertrain. RELATED ARTICLES 'There were no threats': Tracee Ellis Ross speaks out
Daily Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
train. RELATED ARTICLES 'There were no threats': Tracee Ellis Ross speaks out about...Let's move! Malia Obama checks into Harvard dorm with help... Share this article The half-Persian beauty, who turns 18 next month, paired it with Jimmy Choo... Read more
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The Washington Times
Shock poll: Americans want massive cuts to legal immigrationTrump is pushing to build a border wall system, eliminate the visa lottery and
The Washington Times / Posted 14 hours ago
Trump is pushing to build a border wall system, eliminate the visa lottery and curtail the chain of family migration. The Harvard-Harris Poll, taken in the run-up to the government shutdown, even found huge support for cutting the level of legal... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
EU heaps sanctions on Venezuela as isolation growsother nations and a long list of companies, according to Moody's Investor Servi
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 hours ago
other nations and a long list of companies, according to Moody's Investor Service. Another estimate published by Harvard Law School puts the figure at $196 billion. Venezuela has less than $10 billion in its central bank reserves, a... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
EU heaps sanctions on Venezuela as isolation growsother nations and a long list of companies, according to Moody's Investor Servi
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 15 hours ago
other nations and a long list of companies, according to Moody's Investor Service. Another estimate published by Harvard Law School puts the figure at $196 billion. Venezuela has less than $10 billion in its central bank reserves, a... Read more
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Brown University Athletics
Desmond Cambridge Named Ivy Rookie of the Week for Fifth Timewin over the Bulldogs lifts Brown to 8-7 overall and 1-1 in the Ivy League. The
Brown University Athletics / Posted 15 hours ago
win over the Bulldogs lifts Brown to 8-7 overall and 1-1 in the Ivy League. The Bears are back in action at the Pizzitola Sports Center this weekend, hosting Dartmouth on Friday, January 26 at 7:00 pm and Harvard on Saturday, January 27 at 6:... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Blood test may be effective tool to spot early colon cancersometime this year. Dr. Andrew Chan offered a more tempered take on the test's
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 16 hours ago
sometime this year. Dr. Andrew Chan offered a more tempered take on the test's potential. He's a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and a gastroenterologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. "These early results appear... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
City fire chief Walt White announces retirementearned a master’s degree in executive fire leadership from Grand Canyon Univers
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 hours ago
earned a master’s degree in executive fire leadership from Grand Canyon University and completed leadership programs at Harvard University and the Naval Postgraduate School prior to being named chief. “It has been a distinct honor and privilege... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Former NFL pros push for end to kids' tackle footballto be getting exercise at the time," added Chris Nowinski, the foundation's chi
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 17 hours ago
to be getting exercise at the time," added Chris Nowinski, the foundation's chief executive officer who played football at Harvard University. Young children with developing brains are more vulnerable to the effects of head trauma, which can lead... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg praises #MeToo, recounts harassment in Sundance talkin the wake of the MeToo and Time’s Up movements. (Jan. 22) Before ascending t
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
in the wake of the MeToo and Time’s Up movements. (Jan. 22) Before ascending to the Supreme Court in 1993 Ginsburg, a Harvard Law graduate, spent a significant chunk of her career fighting for equal pay and women's rights as a lawyer. She... Read more
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Daily Mail
Beanie Feldstein wore her prom dress to the SAGsBeanie and Ben Platt - himself the Tony-winning star of Dear Evan Hansen - atte
Daily Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Beanie and Ben Platt - himself the Tony-winning star of Dear Evan Hansen - attended their prom together at Harvard-Westlake School, according to Vanity Fair Lady Bird was written and directed by Greta Gerwig and starred Saoirse... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Coach Kevin Boyle Keeps Producing a Never-Ending Stream of Top NBA Draft Pickscame to Montverde because of a connection to the school. Canadian Christopher E
Bleacher Report / Posted 19 hours ago
came to Montverde because of a connection to the school. Canadian Christopher Egi had played for Boyle before going on to Harvard. So in September 2015, Rowan Barrett, R.J.'s father, who starred at St. John's before an overseas pro career, took a... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
First 2,000 Days Summit scheduledinteractive process that is not predetermined. It occurs in the context of rela
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 19 hours ago
interactive process that is not predetermined. It occurs in the context of relationships, experiences and environments. Harvard University neuroscientist Jack Shonkoff puts it this way: “Brains are built, not born.” Each year on President’s... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Way Back When... 1959the town: “Magic or Not” (1959) and “The Well-Wishers” (1960). Eager was born
The New Canaan News / Posted 20 hours ago
the town: “Magic or Not” (1959) and “The Well-Wishers” (1960). Eager was born in and grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and attended Harvard University. After graduation, he moved to New York City, where he lived for 14 years before moving to New Canaan. He... Read more
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CNET
Facebook in 2016: We had no effect on the election. Facebook in 2018: We're bad for democracy, sometimes.global politics and government outreach director said. The third post comes fr
CNET / Posted 20 hours ago
global politics and government outreach director said. The third post comes from Cass R. Sunstein, a professor at Harvard Law School, who criticized how Facebook hurts democracy by creating an environment that fosters divide. In all three... Read more
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Daily Mail
Facebook says it can't guarantee social media is good for democracythe largest social network with more than 2 billion users, addressed social med
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
the largest social network with more than 2 billion users, addressed social media's role in democracy in blog posts from a Harvard University professor, Cass Sunstein, and from an employee working on the subject. 'I wish I could guarantee that the... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Today's Events.... MLB Network's Jon Paul Morosi will host an MLB exec panel made up of fellow H
Sports Business Daily / Posted 21 hours ago
MLB Network's Jon Paul Morosi will host an MLB exec panel made up of fellow Harvard graduates at the Harvard Club in Boston. The panelists are Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill , A's GM David Forst , MLB Senior... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Step Sisters Tried, It Really Did…Waithe (The Chi). We even were confident when we heard the premise of said proj
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 21 hours ago
Waithe (The Chi). We even were confident when we heard the premise of said project: A Black sorority member and aspiring Harvard Law student Jamilah (played by Megalyn Echikunwoke) would teach an all-white Greek organization (the SBBs) how to... Read more
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Gulf News
Five things to know about Davosas the presidents of Brazil and Argentina.Influential thinkers such as Israeli
Gulf News / Posted 21 hours ago
as the presidents of Brazil and Argentina.Influential thinkers such as Israeli “Homo Deus” author Yuval Noah Harari and Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker will be on hand along with Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai and... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
How Barack and Michelle Obama met, fell in love and got marriedMichelle Robinson was newly graduated from Harvard Law School and working at a
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Michelle Robinson was newly graduated from Harvard Law School and working at a corporate law firm when she was assigned to be Barack Obama's advisor. He was a summer associate as he finished law school, also at Harvard. After about a month working... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
When you need a breast screening, should you get a 3-D mammogram?chief science officer at the American College of Radiology�s Center for Researc
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
chief science officer at the American College of Radiology�s Center for Research and Innovation and a faculty member at Harvard Medical School. Pisano is leading a five-year clinical trial of 165,000 women that will compare the two types of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Facebook no guarantee for democracylargest social network with more than two billion users, addressed social media
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 22 hours ago
largest social network with more than two billion users, addressed social media's role in democracy in blog posts from a Harvard University professor, Cass Sunstein, and from an employee working on the subject. "I wish I could guarantee that the... Read more
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