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UN completes first round of Syria polio vaccination campaign
ABC NEWS UNICEF completes first round of vaccination campaign following polio outbreak in eastern Syrian provinces 1 day
Community health workers lead to better health, lower costs for Medicaid patients
SCIENCE DAILY As politicians struggle to solve the nation's healthcare problems, a new study finds a way to improve health and lower costs among Medicaid and... 2 days
Math experts join brainpower to help address gerrymandering
PHYS.ORG Some of the brightest minds in math arrived at Tufts University last week to tackle an issue lawyers and political scientists have been struggling with for decades. 2 days
New study finds way to improve health, lower costs among Medicaid, uninsured patients
NEWS MEDICAL As politicians struggle to solve the nation's healthcare problems, a new study finds a way to improve health and lower costs among... 2 days
ISIS claims responsibility for deadly Barcelona attack
ABC NEWS The attack took place in the heart of Barcelona. 2 days
Collaborative environmental governance: Achieving collective action in social-ecological systems
Science Magazine Managing ecosystems is challenging because of the high number of stakeholders, the permeability of man-made political and jurisdictional demarcations in relation to the temporal and spatial extent of biophysical processes,... 2 days
Zooming in on climate predictions
PHYS.ORG In the quest to better understand climate change, there is plenty we still don't know. But the question isn't whether or not climate change is happening. "What we sometimes hear on the news is political manufactured uncertainty," said... 3 days
Treaty to curb mercury exposure takes effect
PHYS.ORG A 128-nation treaty to curb exposure to the dangerous heavy metal mercury entered into force Wednesday, the United Nations announced on the convention's website. 3 days
Voter behavior influenced by hot weather
SCIENCE DAILY Hot weather can affect human behavior and has been linked to political rebellions and riots. A new study, the first to examine the influence of changes in temperature on peaceful and democratic political behavior, finds that... 3 days
Voter behavior influenced by hot weather
PHYS.ORG Political rebellions and riots have been associated with warmer weather, but until now, there has been little research on its potential influence on peaceful and democratic political behavior. A new study, published in the open-access journal... 3 days
Detecting a concealed weapon or threat is not easy, even for experienced police officers
SCIENCE DAILY Terrorist attacks and bombings at concerts, sporting events and airports underscore the need for accurate and reliable threat detection. However,... 4 days
How tolerance for incivility affects political participation
PHYS.ORG The internet can be a Wild West where anything goes, especially when it comes to what people say to one another. Indeed, scrolling through an online comments section can provide a glimpse into how... 4 days
Oxytocin and social norms reduce xenophobia
SCIENCE DAILY How can xenophobia be reduced and altruism strengthened? Researchers have shown in a new study that the bonding hormone oxytocin together with social norms significantly increases the willingness to donate money to refugees in need, even... 4 days
Are men seen as 'more American' than women?
PHYS.ORG Women make up 50.8 percent of the U.S. population and have equal voting rights, yet are politically underrepresented. The country has never had a female president or vice president. Only 3.5 percent... 4 days
Detecting a concealed weapon or threat is not easy, even for experienced police officers
PHYS.ORG Detecting potential threats is part of the job for police officers, military personnel and security guards. Terrorist attacks and bombings... 4 days
Study finds microfinance can help, even if goals aren't met
PHYS.ORG University of Oregon political scientist Erin Beck thinks development organizations aren't asking the right questions if they want to truly understand what the money they spend trying to... 4 days
New genomic insights reveal a surprising two-way journey for apple on the Silk Road
PHYS.ORG Centuries ago, the ancient networks of the Silk Road facilitated a political and economic openness between the nations of Eurasia.... 5 days
Rescued Aleppo lion gives birth after Jordan move
PHYS.ORG A charity has successfully transferred 13 animals to a new home in Jordan via Turkey from a neglected Syrian zoo, including a lioness who gave birth to a healthy cub just hours... 5 days
Why aren't we more outraged about eating chicken?
PHYS.ORG Like a B-movie for a post-Brexit era, consumers in Britain may soon be unwillingly cast in the 2019 blockbuster, Attack of the Chlorine Chickens. If news headlines are to be believed, flocks of toxic... 6 days
Silicon Valley's accidental war with the far right
PHYS.ORG Silicon Valley is finding itself entrenched in battle with the far right over ground rules for the digital world, a conflict that mirrors the polarization of American politics in recent years. 6 days
Estonia 'e-residency' offers Brexit Brits EU loophole
PHYS.ORG As Brits brace for the upheaval that Brexit could bring, some are turning to Estonia's e-residency digital ID programme to keep doing business across the European Union. 6 days
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