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Hurricane Arthur: GW Experts Available to Comment

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Hurricane Sandy Researcher Available to Discuss Long-Term Health Effects of Natural Disasters on Older Adults

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During #HurricanePreparednessWeek @TexasTech Has @TTUwind Experts Available to Discuss Upcoming Season

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Planning Trumps Indecision – Prepare Now for Hurricane Season, Expert Says

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Hurricane Experts @ UofSC Available to Discuss All Aspects of 2014 Hurricane Season

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UF Experts Available for the 2014 Hurricane Season

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Study Shows Tropical Cyclone Intensity Shifting Poleward

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The latitude at which tropical cyclones reach their greatest intensity is gradually shifting from the tropics toward the poles at rates of about 33 to 39 miles per decade, according to a study published today (May 14, 2014) in the journal Nature.

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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita May Be Responsible for Up to Half of the Stillbirths in the Areas Hardest Hit by the Storms

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Destruction caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita linked to rise in stillbirths says Univ. of Maryland School of Pharmacy researcher.

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After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Residents Support Government Mitigation, But Not Footing the Bill

Only a small fraction of New Jersey residents are willing to pay more to reduce the likelihood of severe damage from future hurricanes that hit the state.

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Rise in Heart Attacks After Hurricane Katrina Persisted Six Years Later

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Lingering stress from major disasters can damage health years later, according to a new Tulane University study that found a three-fold spike in heart attacks continued in New Orleans six years after Hurricane Katrina.

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