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Dr. Azra Raza, Controversial Medical Topics and Advice to Young MDs

Dr. Azra Raza is a Professor at Columbia University. Here we talk about current position, growing up, acquisition of education, original dream, and more. The post Dr. Azra Raza, Controversial Medical Topics and Advice to Young MDs appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Dr. Azra Raza, Recent research, Unlimited Funding, and Philosophical Foundations

Dr. Azra Raza is a Professor at Columbia University. Here we talk about current position, growing up, acquisition of education, original dream, and more. The post Dr. Azra Raza, Recent research, Unlimited Funding, and Philosophical Foundations appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Big and strong may not last as long, according to UBC prof

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) In a new study from UBC's Okanagan campus, researchers in the School of Health and Exercise Sciences have found that women are considerably less exhausted after natural, dynamic muscle exercises than men of similar age and athletic ability.

Canadian children's nutrition suffers during school hours

(University of British Columbia) Canadian children don't eat enough vegetables, fruit and dairy products during school hours, causing them to fall short of several daily dietary recommendations on school days, a new UBC study has fo...

Dr. Azra Raza, Position, Influences, and Original Dream

Dr. Azra Raza is a Professor at Columbia University. Here we talk about current position, growing up, acquisition of education, original dream, and more. The post Dr. Azra Raza, Position, Influences, and Original Dream appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Opioid crisis in Staten Island affects all races, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds

(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) Contrary to media reports, the opioid epidemic on New York's Staten Island is not confined to affluent young white residents, and affects all neighborhoods, races, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Show More Summary

Danish Inventor Allegedly Admits To Dumping Body Of NYC Journalist, Headless Torso Found Nearby

The Danish inventor suspected of deliberately sinking a home-built submarine and killing freelance journalist and recent Columbia University graduate Kim Wall has allegedly told authorities that he dumped Wall's body overboard after she died in an accident, Danish police revealed Monday. [ more › ]

Abstinence-only-until-marriage programs and policies are a failure, research shows

(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) Two scientific review papers show that abstinence-only-until-marriage programs and policies in the United States are ineffective as they do not delay sexual initiation or reduce sexual risk behaviors. Show More Summary

Off-grid rainforest cabin built from scratch has minimal site impact

There’s no replacement for hands-on experience. Architecture students at the University of British Columbia designed and built this off-the-grid cabin from scratch. Located in the heart of a coastal rainforest on Gambier Island, SALAmander is a timber retreat sheltered beneath a leafy green canopy. Show More Summary

Shake Shack Courts Columbia University With New ShackBurger Outpost

The site of Columbia University staple Ollie's Noodle Shop, which was nearly destroyed in a fire back in 2015, is now home to the city's latest Shake Shack. Opening Wednesday at Broadway and 116th Street, the new Shack is practically a part of Columbia's and Barnard's campuses, lucky students. Show More Summary

Warmer waters from climate change will leave fish shrinking, gasping for air

(University of British Columbia) Fish are expected to shrink in size by 20 to 30 per cent if ocean temperatures continue to climb due to climate change.

John McWhorter on the Evolution of Language and Words on the Move

How did bad come to mean good? Why is Shakespeare so hard to understand? Is there anything good about "like" and "you know?" Author and professor John McWhorter of Columbia University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the unplanned ways that English speakers create English, an example of emergent order. Show More Summary

Columbia Swim Club’s Versatile Dane Florea Gives Verbal Commitment to Mizzou

By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Dane Florea from Columbia Swim Club has given a verbal commitment to the University of Missouri for the 2018-19 season. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Columbia Swim Club’s Versatile Dane Florea Gives Verbal Commitment to Mizzou

Simon Fraser Hires Mandi Smith as New Assistant Coach

By Braden Keith on SwimSwam Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, the first Canadian university accepted into the NCAA, has hired Mandi Smith as their new... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Simon Fraser Hires Mandi Smith as New Assistant Coach

Charlottesville an American ‘Guernica’?

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

By Jennifer Wenzel, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature and Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies, Columbia University. On August 12, Charlottesville Daily Progress photographer Ryan M. Kelly captured the exact moment when Nazi sympathizer James Alex Fields, Jr....

Linguistics professor hilariously mocks ‘primitive’ Trump ‘dragging his knuckles on the peanut shells of the bar’

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

In a hilarious interview with CNN’s Don Lemon Tuesday, Columbia University linguistics professor John McWhorter had a lot to say about President Donald Trump’s speaking style. While Trump might claim to have “all the best words,” McWhorter had another take. “What...

Journalists successfully used secure computing to expose Panama Papers, researchers say

A team of researchers from Clemson University, Columbia University and the University of Washington has discovered a security success in an unlikely place: the "Panama Papers."

UBC researcher looks to the future of bone replacements

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) A UBC Okanagan researcher has discovered a new artificial bone design that can be customized and made with a 3-D printer for stronger, safer and more effective bone replacements.

Daily e-cigarette users had highest rates of quitting smoking

(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) Among US adults who were established smokers in the past five years, those who use e-cigarettes daily were significantly more likely to have quit cigarettes compared to those who have never tried e-cigarettes. Show More Summary

Trying to resist the urge to splurge? Ditch the smartphone

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) You are more likely to indulge in guilty pleasures when shopping online with a touchscreen versus a desktop computer, according to research from UBC's Okanagan campus.

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