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St. Jude Collaboration Offers Research Road Map to Improve Pediatric Patient Care
St. Jude Collaboration Offers Research Road Map to Improve Pediatric Patient Care
1/23/2019 3:42:56 PM
In the first study to comprehensively evaluate research priorities for patient safety in pediatrics, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital researchers and collaborators from other children’s hospitals outlined 24 research priorities for improving pediatric patient care and safety.
Workers Exposed to Lead Hazards Receive $7.5 Million Settlement
Workers Exposed to Lead Hazards Receive $7.5 Million Settlement
1/23/2019 11:22:23 AM
Late last year, a company operating a shipyard in Wisconsin settled the first of three lawsuits brought against it for exposing workers to lead hazards.
General Mills recognized as global leader in corporate sustainability
General Mills recognized as global leader in corporate sustainability
1/22/2019 8:49:18 PM
Today, General Mills announced it has been recognized as a global leader in corporate sustainability by environmental impact non-profit CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) achieving a place on the CDP ‘A List’ for both climate change and water security - two out of three environmental themes covered by CDP scores.
Vital protection for refugee and migrant children making perilous sea journeys to Europe urgently needed – UNICEF
Vital protection for refugee and migrant children making perilous sea journeys to Europe urgently needed – UNICEF
1/22/2019 4:17:33 AM
UNICEF is urging European governments to agree on a region-wide approach to better protect refugee and migrant children who continue to face grave dangers and violations of their basic rights during dangerous sea journeys and on arrival to Europe.
Technical failures increase risk of contaminated Fukushima water discharge into Pacific – Greenpeace
Technical failures increase risk of contaminated Fukushima water discharge into Pacific – Greenpeace
1/22/2019 4:11:35 AM
The nuclear water crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi plant has been compounded by multiple technical failures and flawed decision making driven by short term cost cutting by the Japanese government and TEPCO, a new Greenpeace Germany analysis concludes.
On One-Year Anniversary of China’s Ivory Ban, New Campaign Targets Travelers Abroad
On One-Year Anniversary of China’s Ivory Ban, New Campaign Targets Travelers Abroad
1/22/2019 4:07:21 AM
More than one year after China implemented a full ban on commercial ivory sales, several surveys indicate Chinese travelers are still purchasing ivory at souvenir shops in neighboring countries.
The Lancet and the “planet-saving” diet, Greenpeace responds
The Lancet and the “planet-saving” diet, Greenpeace responds
1/18/2019 9:53:17 AM
A new major study from the EAT-Lancet Commission confirms Greenpeace’s call from March last year to significantly cut global meat and dairy consumption in favour of plant-based alternatives.
Braskem joins global alliance to combat plastic waste in the environment
Braskem joins global alliance to combat plastic waste in the environment
1/18/2019 9:36:04 AM
Braskem, the largest resin producer in the Americas and the world’s leading biopolymer producer, has joined a group of roughly 30 global corporations to help end the disposal of plastic waste in the environment.
The Elizabeth Hospice Demonstrates Continued Commitment to Caring for Veterans
The Elizabeth Hospice Demonstrates Continued Commitment to Caring for Veterans
1/17/2019 7:00:00 AM
The Elizabeth Hospice  was awarded the highest level of distinction by We Honor Veterans, a national program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) in collaboration with the Department of Veteran Affairs focused on caring for America’s veterans who are nearing the end of life’s journey and their families.
New WCS Study Says Urbanization May Hold Key to Tiger Survival
New WCS Study Says Urbanization May Hold Key to Tiger Survival
1/17/2019 6:36:04 AM
A new WCS-led study published in the journal Biological Conservation says the future of tigers in Asia is linked the path of demographic transition—for humans.
UNHCR and Partners Seek US$296 Million for Burundi Refugee Crisis
UNHCR and Partners Seek US$296 Million for Burundi Refugee Crisis
1/15/2019 11:13:46 AM
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and 35 partners are today jointly appealing for US$296 million to provide desperately needed aid in 2019 to some 345,000 Burundian refugees in neighbouring countries.
President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton to Host Third CGI Action Network Meeting in Puerto Rico
President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton to Host Third CGI Action Network Meeting in Puerto Rico
1/15/2019 11:05:35 AM
JANUARY 29-30: President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton to Host Third CGI Action Network Meeting on Post-Disaster Recovery in San Juan, Puerto Rico In the network’s first meeting in Puerto Rico, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network will bring together leaders from government, business, and civil society to discuss ongoing hurricane recovery needs facing …
Mercy Corps: More Resources and Redoubled Efforts Needed to End Ebola Epidemic in DRC
Mercy Corps: More Resources and Redoubled Efforts Needed to End Ebola Epidemic in DRC
1/15/2019 10:40:09 AM
Global organization Mercy Corps is deeply concerned about the inadequate international response to the growing Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has killed 392 Congolese out of almost 600 confirmed cases in the last six months.
150 Million Girls Are at Risk of Child Marriage by 2030: The Time to Act Is Now
150 Million Girls Are at Risk of Child Marriage by 2030: The Time to Act Is Now
1/15/2019 10:35:00 AM
Even though initiatives to end child marriage are showing results in South and Southeast Asia, these efforts must be urgently scaled up to protect 150 million girls at risk of child marriage by 2030.
More Accurate Leukemia Diagnosis Expected as Researchers Refine Leukemia Classification
More Accurate Leukemia Diagnosis Expected as Researchers Refine Leukemia Classification
1/15/2019 10:28:33 AM
Like cartographers completing a map, investigators have identified multiple new subtypes of the most common childhood cancer—research that will likely improve the diagnosis and treatment of high-risk patients.
Men and Women Remember Pain Differently
Men and Women Remember Pain Differently
1/11/2019 6:09:56 PM
Scientists increasingly believe that one of the driving forces in chronic pain—the number one health problem in both prevalence and burden—appears to be the memory of earlier pain.
AIA Selects Recipients for the 2019 Collaborative Achievement Award
AIA Selects Recipients for the 2019 Collaborative Achievement Award
1/11/2019 2:50:17 PM
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is recognizing Jan Gehl, Hon. FAIA, Michael Sorkin, and Anne Taylor, Hon. AIA, with its 2019 Collaborative Achievement Award.
Barnes & Noble Customers Donate Approximately 1.2 Million Books to Children in Need Through Holiday Book Drive
Barnes & Noble Customers Donate Approximately 1.2 Million Books to Children in Need Through Holiday Book Drive
1/10/2019 9:43:55 AM
Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS), the world’s largest retail bookseller, today announced that it collected approximately 1.2 million books during its 2018 Holiday Book Drive program.
Holding Wheeler Nomination Hearing During Shutdown Is Insult and Threat to Public
Holding Wheeler Nomination Hearing During Shutdown Is Insult and Threat to Public
1/9/2019 6:21:28 PM
This afternoon, Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman John Barrasso announced the hearing for coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler’s nomination for Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency would be held on January 16, likely landing amid the continued government shutdown.
Materials Research Society Announces Two New Board Appointments for 2019
Materials Research Society Announces Two New Board Appointments for 2019
1/9/2019 6:09:44 PM
The Materials Research Society (MRS) announces two new three-year appointments to its Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2019. Monica Jung de Andrade, research scientist at The University of Texas at Dallas, has been an active MRS Member for many years.