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Science & Research
Today’s epidemic of addiction to opioid drugs bears a striking likeness to the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, according to a recent report.
“People like to build rules, even when rules don’t necessarily apply,” said James Cavanagh, former postdoc. fellow at Brown and assistant prof. at the UNM.
In a paper published in the American Journal of Public Health, Amy Nunn argues HIV should be tackled through a “geographic lens.”
The United States needs to wake up to the issue of climate change, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse told students, faculty members and community members.
Aerobic exercise may improve outcomes for alcohol-dependent individuals, according to recent findings from a psychological study.
For patients with advanced dementia, eating, and in particular swallowing, is difficult.
A mouse’s sense of smell remains fairly constant after its first week of life, according to a study published in the journal Science last Friday.
A group of University engineers have developed a new method of creating steel that makes it stronger while preserving its ductility, according to a University press release.
As students gear up to register for next semester, many must take into consideration the additional and often unrecognized commitment lab courses require.