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Tag: health and well-being

a red and blue siren light shines on the roof of a car

Sep 29, 2022

Study Finds Law Enforcement Is Hampering Harm Reduction Programs in N.C.

The study finds law enforcement is not uniformly recognizing legal protections for people who make use of harm reduction programs. 

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Sep 20, 2022

Why Are We Seeing So Many Public Health Challenges? And What Can We Do About It?

From polio to scarlet fever, the world is seeing an increase in public health challenges. Why? 

a coal-fired power plant in Texas releases a white cloud against a blue sky

Sep 13, 2022

Cutting Coal Has Huge Health Benefits – But Environmental Justice Issues Remain

While Black and low-income communities also benefit, they still face higher levels of air pollution. 

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Sep 12, 2022

Some Commercial Sanitizers May Not Work as Well Against Norovirus as Originally Thought

Of four sanitizers studied, three had little effect on human norovirus. 

newspaper headline that reads "Monkeypox" - the remainder of the text on the newspaper page is blurred

Aug 10, 2022

Should I Be Worried About Monkeypox? And What Exactly Is Monkeypox Anyway?

How contagious is monkeypox? How dangerous is it? Experts answer your questions. 

an older white man wearing sunglasses and holding a white cane is seated on a sofa

Aug 9, 2022

Study Uncovers How Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals Navigate Social Challenges

The study shows a range of uncomfortable situations people living with blindness encounter due to interpersonal communication challenges. 

an older man drives a car in heavy traffic

Jun 1, 2022

New Tool Helps Older Adults Monitor ‘Attentional Performance’ During Driving

Researchers have demonstrated the tool can predict which drivers are at increased risk of having accidents. 

woman at a political demonstration holds a sign reading "Grab em by the midterms"

May 31, 2022

New Studies Shed Light on Election-Related Stress

Anticipating stress related to elections can affect your emotional well-being before anything has even happened. 

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May 4, 2022

Stem Cell-Derived Model Offers Insights on Gene Activity and Addiction

The work also offers a blueprint for related research moving forward. 

woman wearing a facemask holds an infant

May 2, 2022

Study Highlights Stresses – and ‘Silver Linings’ – of Pandemic for Moms with Limited Resources

The work highlights the need for additional resources to support low-income families. 

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Apr 21, 2022

How Parks and Green Spaces Can Improve Your Health

NC State associate professors Lincoln Larson and Aaron Hipp discuss the role of parks and green spaces in promoting physical and mental well-being. 

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Apr 4, 2022

Helping People with Opioid Addiction Get the Treatment They Need

The project provides a wealth of resources aimed at addressing opioid use disorder in the U.S. 

raw chicken thighs on a cutting board

Apr 4, 2022

In Food Safety Study, 25% of Participants Contaminated Salad with Raw Chicken

The study highlights the importance of hand-washing and cleaning and sanitizing the kitchen. 

rows of vials containing covid-19 vaccine

Apr 1, 2022

Researchers Roll Out Data on COVID Vaccine Distribution and Waste

The researchers hope others can use the data to improve vaccination efforts in the future. 

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Mar 24, 2022

In Animal Study, Implant Churns Out CAR-T Cells to Combat Cancer

In an animal study, the implants were faster and more effective than conventional CAR-T cell cancer treatment.