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'This is a public health emergency'

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  • The Charleston Gazette

February 12, 2012

Every week, I see 12-year-olds who weigh 300 pounds or more, West Virginia University pediatrician Dr. Pamela Murray said.

Muslim-American terror rare, study says

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  • Boston Herald

February 08, 2012

The number of homegrown terrorism plots hatched by Muslim-Americans has declined over the last three years and remain relatively rare despite public fears, according to a study by a University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill sociology professor.

Study: Homegrown terrorism down for second year in a row

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  • Health Canal

February 07, 2012

A new study released today (Feb. 8) by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security documents that concerns of counterterrorism officials about a potential wave of homegrown violent extremism have not materialized over the past two years.

Don’t Rely on Efficacy Data in Choosing Antidepressant

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  • Psychiatric News

February 02, 2012

No significant differences are found in efficacy comparisons of second-generation antidepressants, though physicians should consider varying frequency of side effects when developing treatment plans.

Violent Relationships Likely Detrimental to Good Parenting

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  • Health News Digest

February 01, 2012

Couples who are married or living together will probably have more trouble parenting as a team if they have been violent toward one another during pregnancy, according to a team of psychologists.

Duquesne to employ new science vs. crime

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  • Pittsburgh Tribune Review

January 31, 2012

After educating and putting forensic scientists into the field, a Duquesne University program is working to bring emerging technologies to those scientists.

RTI: Diabetes plan could save billions

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  • Triangle Business Journal

January 24, 2012

RTI International is proposing a high-risk, but high-reward, strategy the organization believes would help prevent the onset of diabetes, one of the biggest drivers of increased health care costs.