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Low-wage, hourly workers struggle with inadequate hours, schedule uncertainty

A century ago, low-wage, hourly workers faced long shifts and low hourly pay. Today, many of their counterparts face a new set of challenges: receiving...

Super rich benefit from ‘status quo bias’

Income inequality – between the super-rich and the rest of us – and a sorry record of progressive policy initiatives from Congress all can...

ACP commends Congress for preserving patient access by stopping scheduled Medicare...

(Washington) -- The American College of Physicians (ACP) today commended Congress for taking bipartisan action to preserve access for patients enrolled in Medicare and TriCare by stabilizing physician payments through 2011. The College noted, thou...

Louisiana Tech forestry professor helps to shape future of global industry...

RUSTON, La -- Dr. Bogdan Strimbu, assistant professor of biometrics and quantitative silviculture at Louisiana Tech University's School of Forestry, recently organized and conducted a technical session at the International Union of Forest Research ...

Early childhood education important for sustainable development

Early childhood education can play a key role in relation to change when the world fails to adopt a sustainable approach economically, ecologically and socially. This was highlighted at the World Congress "Children, citizens in a challenged wo...

23rd ECNP Congress: Europe’s largest scientific meeting on mental health

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2010 More than 7,000 psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists and neuroscience researchers from all over the world met at the 23rd Congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) from 28 ...

Research!America asks Congress to support embryonic stem cell research now

WASHINGTON -- September 8, 2010 -- Research!America today called on Congress to take legislative action that will allow federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research to proceed, in light of U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth's refusal yeste...

Congressman, CSHL president urge quick action to reverse judicial embryonic stem...

Cold Spring Harbor, NY -- Against a backdrop of some of the world's most sophisticated biological research labs, Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington) this morning issued a challenge to his colleagues in Congress: immediately upon their return from summ...

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