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GW Expert: “These Labor Factors Are Now Entrenched in the U.S. Economy”

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261,000 U.S. jobs were added in the month of October and the unemployment rate rose slightly to 3.7 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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American Indian Teens Who Anticipate Future Affiliation with their Native Culture Experience Fewer Negative Consequences of Drinking

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Newswise — American Indian (AI) adolescents who expect to relate strongly to their racial culture in the future are less likely than their peers to experience negative alcohol outcomes – like fighting with friends, being arrested, and memory gaps – even if they do not relate strongly to their culture now, a new study suggests. Although AI communities overall have…

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Cardiovascular disease risks the same in both sexes

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Newswise — For men and women, the risk factors for cardiovascular disease are largely the same, an extensive global study involving University of Gothenburg researchers shows. The study, now published in The Lancet, includes participants in both high-income and medium- and low-income countries. Cardiovascular disease is more widespread in the latter. The data were taken from the Prospective Urban Rural…

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