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    Separating Science from Sensationalism in the Media Today there are many different theories concerning cancer and the causes of it. There are constantly new experiments being done on animals for the testing of different products to see if they may possibly cause cancer. These experiments often use rats and a very high dosage of a substance. Many of these results do not really apply to humans because of all the differences in the circumstances. When the media gets a hold of the results of these

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    Food Irradiation

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    food irradiation has a pretty remarkable list of national and international endorsements: ADA, American Council on Science and Health, American Medical Association, Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, International Atomic Energy Agency, Institute of Food Technologists, Scientific Committee of the European Union, United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), and the World Health Organization (WHO). Although the US food supply has achieved a high level of safety, microbiological

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    Teenage Suicide Among Native Americans

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    AMERICAN INDIAN YOUTH SUICIDE “Things go wrong that they can’t change. They don’t get shown the love they need. They say, ‘You don’t love me when I was here. Now you love me when I’m not here’ (Mangas, 2010).” Coloradas Mangas, a resident of the Mescalero Apache Reservation in New Mexico, answers why he thinks suicide is so common with his peers. A then 15 year old Mangas chillingly recalled his recent encounter with a friend’s close attempt and the aftermath of his friends suicides, all occurring

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    Director for Balmorhea Ranches, Inc, Pecos, Texas, and Director Emeritus and Advisor to Frost Bank, Galveston, Texas. He has been a Director of Legacy Holding Company in Houston, Texas since 1996. Harris L. Kempner Jr. serves on Administrative Council of the Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights which is named after AJWS board member Michael Hirschhorn’s

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    Program Overview Our goal was to provide online curriculum in CEnR for faculty, graduate students, residents, fellows, health care providers and community members. The Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCaTS) has created and delivered online course content in CEnR for the last six years. In 2011, the Office for Community Engagement in Research (OCER) began providing research consultations to internal and external stakeholders. These consultations focus on study design, stakeholder

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    Harmfulness of Smoking

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    damage to the respiratory system, smoking also causes damage to the circulatory system, in organs such as the heart and the arteries. Heart attacks occur more often in smokers than in nonsmokers. According to The American Council on Science and Health smoking kills more than 400,000 Americans every year. The effects of cigarette smoking occur when someone smokes like a chimney. Smoking affects blood pressure of a smoker instantaneously. Smoking cause short- term effects on blood pressure, but as time

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    criminal proceedings,law and forensic science-Salary-69,790 average annual wage as of May 2014 (for register nurses nationally. Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree You can earn a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degreei in the (BSN) program is required to prepare graduates for post- Bachelor study to help them enter the workplace

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    george wells beadle

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    S.A., October 22, 1903, the son of Chauncey Elmer Beadle, a farmer, and his wife Hattie Albro. George was educated at the Wahoo High School and might himself have become a farmer if one of his teachers at school had not directed his mind towards science and persuaded him to go to the College of Agriculture at Lincoln, Nebraska. In 1926 he took his B.Sc. degree at the University of Nebraska and subsequently worked for a year with Professor F.D. Keim, who was studying hybrid wheat. In 1927 he took

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    Bachelor of Science in 1999 and her Master of Science (MSc) in 2003 from the University of Manitoba which lead her to a career as a published researcher. Her stake in this issue is expanding upon current knowledge and offering a new perspective while taking into account new information obtained from research on mental health as it relates to corporal punishment. She aims this article at a neutral audience and directed primarily at the scientific community. Her

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    The Media, Health Risks, and False Alarms

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    Media's False Alarms on Health Risks Every week seems to bring new media reports about dangers to our health. In fact, many of the scare stories are superficial, if not downright wrong and baseless. Take the announcement that Swedish scientists had discovered that acrylamide, a chemical substance present in french fries and potato chips, causes cancer. "Tests which confirm the existence of a possible cancer-causing chemical in much of the food we eat are causing worldwide concern," the

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