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Loop Alliance will study the economic impact of the arts
-Chicago Tribune - Wed Nov 15 10:07:43 EST 2017
The Chicago Loop Alliance has commissioned what it describes as Chicago's "first-ever study calculating the estimated economic impact of all arts and culture institutions" located ...
Ayahuasca Can Help Cure Depression, Alcoholism: Study
-Alternet - Tue Nov 14 22:19:14 EST 2017
    Ayahuasca, a psychedelic traditionally brewed in South America, has shown in a study to improve people's general sense of wellbeing and may offer a treatment for alco...
A lunchtime Bible study for fifth-graders was shut down at a Michigan elementary school after complaints from a civil rights group that a teacher was leading the activity "without ...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A new study shows Indiana University ranks among the nation's top 10 universities for students studying abroad. The Herald Times reports that the 2017 Inte...
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Two Maryland medical marijuana companies are partnering to study how well vapor-inhalation devices work for patients. Maryland's health department on Friday a...
MINNEAPOLIS - Using virtual reality therapy to improve arm and hand movement after a stroke is equally as effective as regular therapy, according to a study published in the Novemb...
Today on Jewcy: 'Birthright' and 'Sabbath Rest 2.0'
-Tablet Magazine - Fri Nov 17 13:08:16 EST 2017
The first poem here emerged from a practice I’ve adopted over the past few years of combining close study of Jewish texts with creative-writing prompts. I was introduced to this so...
Docs Behind '1st Fatal Marijuana Overdose' Report Say Chill
-Newser - Fri Nov 17 10:53:57 EST 2017
(Newser) – The Colorado doctors behind those reports of the first documented fatal marijuana overdose would like everyone to please chill out. Dr. Thomas Nappe tells the Washington...
Owning a dog is associated with a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to a comprehensive new study published by a team of Swedish researchers on...
Consumers are flocking to music, with streaming becoming the preferred channel of choice. The latest study from Nielsen Music shows 90 percent of the population listens to music an...
Researchers in Chicago report that they have detected evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, more commonly known as CTE, in a living patient for the first time. Currently, C...
Los Angeles County saw a surge in reported hate crimes last year linked to white supremacists, with a wave of incidents targeting Jews, Muslims and African Americans, according to ...
The Effects of Coffee Consumption on The Risk of Heart Failure
-Wall Street Hedge - Fri Nov 17 17:05:00 EST 2017
A new study shows that a regular coffee consumption can reduce the risk of heart failure and stroke. Scientists from the University of Colorado in Aurora wanted to see which factor...
Study finds consuming nuts strengthens brainwave function
-Science Codex - Wed Nov 15 01:09:32 EST 2017
A new study by researchers at Loma Linda University Health has found that eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learn...
Adopting a dog could lengthen your life, study says
-CBS News - Fri Nov 17 07:09:04 EST 2017
The study tracked more than 3.4 million Swedes, middle-aged and older, for 12 years. All were free of heart disease at the beginning of the study. The researchers reported that dog...
If you're single, get a dog — it could make you live longer
-Mashable - Fri Nov 17 13:59:29 EST 2017
A huge study out of Sweden provides some major fodder for your "pro" column about getting a dog.  Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden found that dog owners have bett...
Medical News Today: Trauma may lead to weight gain in women
-Medical News Today - Wed Nov 15 07:23:11 EST 2017
A new study provides further evidence of the link between psychological stress and weight gain, after finding that a woman's risk of obesity may be heightened by bad life experienc...
Whites no longer majority in NJ schools, and segregation continues
-Philly.com - Wed Nov 15 10:10:23 EST 2017
For the first time, whites no longer constitute a majority in New Jersey’s public schools, which remain heavily segregated, a team of researchers reported on Wednesday. Students of...
Will Secaucus be home to state-funded microgrid project?
-NJ.com - Fri Nov 17 10:24:20 EST 2017
SECAUCUS -- Hudson County is set to study whether its Meadowview Complex could be the home to a state-funded microgrid, which would allow vital buildings and facilities t...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A study says international student enrollment in Tennessee grew by nearly 10 percent in 2016, but several colleges have reported a decline in the number of ...
Lower speed limits coming to Lampasas | Local News | kdhnews.com
-The KD Herald - Thu Nov 16 16:51:32 EST 2017
A Texas Department of Transportation study will lead to reduced speed limits near Lampasas. The city of Lampasas asked TxDOT to conduct a traffic study from the 100 block of South ...
Is ObamaCare Killing People?
-The Wall Street Journal - Thu Nov 16 19:40:48 EST 2017
Former President Barack Obama and his advisers claimed that their 2010 health insurance law would create incentives to provide better and more efficient patient care. A new study s...
African-American men serve longer sentences than white men for the same crime, a new study by the U.S Sentencing Commission shows. The commission's analysis of demographic prison d...
Spare the Rod, Spur Better Behavior?
-MedlinePlus - Fri Nov 17 07:09:22 EST 2017
THURSDAY, Nov. 16, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Before you let your parental frustration get the better of you, a new study suggests you should refrain from spanking your misbehaving y...
CTE Confirmed in Living NFL Player for First Time | Time
-TIME - Thu Nov 16 04:07:07 EST 2017
A former NFL player is reportedly the first living person ever accurately diagnosed with CTE, or chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the disease found in the brains of dozens of ex f...
4G provision improves in Brazil
-ZDNet - Wed Nov 15 07:09:23 EST 2017
The country is ranking higher in terms of speed - but other Latin nations perform better in terms of availability, says study. 4G provision has improved in Brazil over the last yea...
TORONTO, November 15, 2017--Screening programs for cardiac conditions are not an effective way to prevent sudden cardiac arrest in competitive sport, and may prevent healthy athlet...
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