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Editorial: Time to debate Medicaid expansion
A 2013 brief by the Kaiser ... Medicaid should be a major issue during this campaign. We should demand robust debate, and we can’t allow candidates to obscure the facts (for example, those who oppose expansion often cite its costs and ignore the economic.

Alabama senate candidate repeatedly appeared on radio with pastor who preaches penalty for homosexuality is death
and talked about a friend of the court brief Moore filed in support of a court's right to cite the Bible in criminal cases. In one appearance Moore and Swanson criticized state legislation that would ban discrimination against gays, with Moore saying it.

One minute of running per day associated with better bone health in women - Science Daily
Scientists from the University of Exeter and the University of Leicester found those who did " brief bursts" of high-intensity, weight-bearing activity equivalent to a medium-paced run for pre-menopausal women, or a slow jog for post-menopausal women.

ATV-related injuries in children remain large public health problem - Science Daily
Peer-to-peer and brief interventions, especially with the use of motivational approaches, have shown promise in changing risky behaviors in other arenas but have not been studied with respect to ATVs. "As ATV use continues to rise in the United States.

Musical mystery: Researchers examine science behind performer movements - Science Daily
Cite This Page: MLA ; APA ; Chicago. McMaster University. "Musical mystery: Researchers examine science behind performer movements." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 12 June 2017. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/06/170612102504.htm>. McMaster University.

Why Facebook is so hard to resist - Science Daily
They found even brief exposure to a Facebook-related image (logo, screenshot) can cause a pleasurable response in frequent social media users, which in turn might trigger social media cravings. The combination of pleasant feelings and cravings makes&nbsp.

Mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea is associated with hypertension, diabetes - Science Daily
Date: June 5, 2017; Source: American Academy of Sleep Medicine; Summary: Preliminary data from two studies suggest that mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea is associated with an increased risk of developing hypertension and diabetes. Share.

'Bad' air may impact 'good' cholesterol increasing heart disease risk - Science Daily
Changes in HDL levels may already appear after brief and medium-length exposures to air pollution, the authors noted. The findings are part of the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis, an ongoing U.S. study examining the lifestyle factors that predict&nbsp.

Tired? Try walking up stairs instead of soda - Science Daily
Stair walking is more energizing than low dose caffeine in sleep deprived young women - Science Direct Science Direct.

Nationwide Injunctions and the Lower Federal Courts - Lawfare (blog)
With both Congress and the executive branch controlled by Republicans, liberal-leaning state governments, lobbies, advocacy groups, and individuals will naturally be turning to the courts to challenge federal government actions. In the last week, for.


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