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Drones Could Be Key Piece of Future Thunderstorm Prediction Process

A Texas Tech researcher is part of a team that will use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to measure factors that lead to storm development.

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Mount Sinai Health System, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Hematology, Cancer, Tisch Cancer Institute, American Society Of Hematology

Mount Sinai Health System Researchers Present Influential Research at ASH 2016

Mount Sinai Health System experts are available for interview at the American Society of Hematology meeting.

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Biology, Chemistry, Medicine, Health, Cancer, Blindness, Stroke, Regenerative Medicine, Molly Shoichet, University Of Toronto, Perimeter Institute, Disease, Engineering

The Promise of Regenerative Medicine the Focus of Upcoming Live Webcast

In a live webcast December 7, Molly Shoichet will discuss new research that holds the potential to stop diseases – including cancer, blindness, and strokes – and reverse their effects.

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Bethlehem Star, Christmas Star, astronomy & astrophysics, Astronomy, Astrophysics

Bethlehem Star May Not Be a Star After All

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Studying historical, astronomical and biblical records, Grant Mathews, University of Notre Dame professor, believes the event that led the Magi was an extremely rare planetary alignment occurring in 6 B.C., and the likes of which may never be seen again.

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Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor Anniversary, World War Ii, History

75 Years Later, Pearl Harbor Still Teaching Lessons of War

As the nation prepares to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack that precipitated the United States’ entry into World War II, Pearl Harbor still endures as a monument to the suffering and sacrifice of American servicemen in the Second World War. The blitz on the Hawaiian naval base was the culmination of an increasingly strained pre-war relationship between the United States and Japan, according to Kurt Piehler, associate professor of history at Florida State University and director of the Institute on World War II and the Human Experience.

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How Copying Is Done Should Matter in Copyright Infringement Complaints

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An artist painstakingly recreates the “Mona Lisa” using the same variety of paints, brushes and canvas as did Michelangelo. Across town, a factory stamps out hundreds of replicas of the iconic painting each day, using state-of-the-art printing. In a copyright infringement case, is there any legal difference between the lovingly recreated painting and one of the mass-produced prints made by the factory? There should be, says Joseph Fishman, a copyright law expert and assistant professor of law at Vanderbilt Law School.

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Why 'Arrival' Is Wrong About the Possibility of Talking with Space Aliens

Even if aliens had human-like eyes or ears, they wouldn’t interpret images and sounds the same way we do.

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Indiana University Bloomington, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, carol Kennedy-Armbruster, brian kiessling

IU Study Finds Activity Trackers Can Work When Paired with Wellness Coaching

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While critics have debated the effectiveness of activity trackers, a recent study by faculty in the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington found activity trackers can work, if paired with wellness coaching. The study was published in the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health and Fitness Journal.

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Cuba After Fidel: American University Experts Offer Comments

American University experts are available to comment on the passing of Fidel

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Active Population, Improved Technology Driving Increase in Hip and Knee Replacement Surgeries

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“Not only is the current older population more active, they’re not as willing as people once were to live in pain and tolerate it,” said Mark Shields, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “And the current technology for hip and knee replacements is simply better than it was.”

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As the Holiday Shopping Season Begins, Online Security Expert Offers Tips for #CyberMonday and Beyond

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Randal Vaughn, Ph.D., professor of information systems in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, said that while most online merchants he uses such as Jet.com and Amazon seem to have excellent consumer protections in place, he has a few tips to help consumers be smart online shoppers.

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Season’s Greetings From the UCLA Health Media Relations Team – and a Gift of 5 Holiday Story Ideas

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UCLA Health experts are available to discuss a wide variety of topics of interest during this holiday season.

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Black Friday, Holiday Shopping, Shopping Advice, Kelli Hollinger, Texas A&M University

Texas A&M Retailing Studies Director Offers Insight Regarding Holiday Shopping Trends, Tips

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With the holiday shopping season fast-approaching, retailers around the country are preparing to put new and innovative sales strategies to the test and capture the attention of customers, notes Kelli Hollinger, director of the Center for Retailing Studies at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School.

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Pushing Boundaries of UAV Control for Extreme Conditions

The work of assistant professor Beibei Ren aims to maximize the capabilities of drones regardless of platform or environmental conditions.

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Alzheimer, alzheimer disease, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's Disease, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, Caregiver, Caregiver Burden, Caregiver Coping, Caregiver Depression, caregiver health tips, Caregiving, caregiving tips, Holiday, Holiday Advice, holiday burnout, Holidays, holidays family , holidays, Christmas, perfectionism, party planning, , Memory, holiday tradition

5 Tips to Help Alzheimer’s Families Have Happier Holidays

Dealing with Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult any time of year, but the holidays present unique challenges for patients and their families.

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Fake news, Northwestern University

Why We Rely on Inaccurate Information

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Even when people know better, they often rely on inaccurate or misleading information to make future decisions. But why are we so easily influenced by false statements?

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How Firms Big and Small Can Benefit From Strategic Alliances

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An alliance between two companies isn’t automatically a “win-win,” but managers can take steps to ensure the best outcomes from strategic partnerships.

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IU Retail Expert Sees Parallels Between Recent Election and Holiday Shopping Picture

A longtime national retailing observer in Indiana University's Kelley School of Business sees several intriguing parallels between the recent elections and the upcoming holiday shopping season.

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Cluster Headaches: Painful but Treatable and Preventable

Often called the suicide headache because of the excruciating intensity of the pain, cluster headaches are three times more likely to strike men than women.

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How to Stay Fit and Still Enjoy the Holiday Season

During the holiday season, it can be a challenge to fit in your workout and eat healthy when faced with tempting appetizers and sweet treats everywhere you turn. Charles Pelitera, EdD, assistant professor of kinesiology and coordinator of health and wellness at Canisius College, offers six simple tips to stay on track this holiday season while still enjoying some holiday cheer.







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