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The letter was sent by the school district to all parents with lunch debt A Pennsylvania school district is making headlines after threatening parents with foster care if they...
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Researchers at the University of Greenwich are working on an implant which they say will produce a significantly less 'metallic' sound quality than currently available technology.
Twitter and AI can See Who is Hitting the Gym: Study
Artificial intelligence can use social media data to provide a population-level view of physical activity, and inform future efforts to tackle health disparities.
Strong Family Bonding can Improve Asthma Outcomes for Kids
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AEBP1 Gene Correlates With Progression of Liver Disease
Genetic predisposition to the progression of liver damage through the AEBP1 gene affects the development, severity, and potential treatment of liver disease, says TGen-led study.
Women Now Seen as Equally as or More Competent Than Men: Study
In the United States over the last 70 years, women have come a long way to the point where they are now seen as being as competent as men.
Hypertension Poorly Managed in Low- and Middle-income Countries: Study
Health systems in low- and middle-income countries are poorly prepared for the increasing number of people with high blood pressure.
Home Dialysis Initiation: Differences Over Time by Race, Ethnicity Examined
Among U.S. patients who started dialysis in 2005 to 2013, racial/ethnic differences in initiating home dialysis decreased over time.
Ebola Outbreak Declared Health Emergency in Congo
Ebola virus disease outbreak in Congo is declared as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by WHO.