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Shedding light on the dark side of firm lobbying

Fitness & Health: Researchers from George Mason University, University of Manitoba, Colorado State University, and Georgetown University published a new…

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Studies examine different understandings, varieties of diversity

Fitness & Health: Attitudes toward diversity vary, and its meaning can often be difficult to find consensus about in an…

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Study model explores impact of police action on population health

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Conceptual model depicting the relationship between policing and population health. view more  Credit: University of Washington A…

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The ‘hijab effect’: Feminist backlash to Muslim immigrants in Germany

Fitness & Health: Why do some Europeans discriminate against Muslim immigrants, and how can these instances of prejudice be reduced?…

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Gender pay gap means fewer female candidates on the ballot

Fitness & Health: A new study in the Journal of the European Economic Association, published by Oxford University Press, finds…

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Texan voters unsure if state can tackle power grid issues

Fitness & Health: When Winter Storm Uri hit, many Texans lost power from February 14-20, resulting in losses of lives…

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As many state of emergency declarations during first pandemic wave as in preceding decade

Fitness & Health: In 2020, as many states of emergency were declared around the world during the first wave of…

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Pandemic planning: Government should embrace uncertainty rather than confront it or shy away from it

Fitness & Health: New research shows the UK’s COVID-19 management decisions were based on an outdated pandemic modelling structure and…

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Malicious content exploits pathways between platforms to thrive online, subvert moderation

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Malicious COVID-19 content (e.g. anti-Asian hate) exploits pathways between social media platforms to spread online. view more …

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New research shows link between politics, boredom and breaking public-health rules

Fitness & Health: People who are more prone to boredom and who are socially conservative are more likely to break…

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