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When one partner takes on all the financial tasks, the other loses out on building money skills, US News & World Report explains. [Read More]
The development of drugs to cure hepatitis C opens the door to using infected organs for donation. Paul Webster reports. [Read More]
A series of setbacks at the clinical trial level raises questions about the future of Alzheimer's disease research, but experts remain confident. Talha Burki reports. [Read More]
Months after the Trump Administration said that there is no ban on gun violence studies, the CDC still lacks the funding to proceed. Susan Jaffe,... [Read More]
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We're getting to a point in the current political climate where any association with Russia or China is being viewed with suspicion, Alan Neuhauser writes... [Read More]
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Drug costs are so high that nearly half of diabetics admit they've skipped treatment temporarily, according to a new study. US News & World Report... [Read More]
Emily Bush of Ogdensburg was named recipient of the Elmira College Emerson Liscum Diven Prize at this year's Commencement exercises. The Prize is awarded annually... [Read More]
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Cash-crunched new graduates may be tempted to postpone student-loan payments but the truth is that could add thousands of dollars to student-loan balances, according to... [Read More]
Dimitar Gueorguiev was interviewed for the U.S. News & World Report article "After the Trump-Kim Summit, Asia is Changing." [Read More]
After North Korea, China was the biggest beneficiary of Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un, some political experts say. US News & World Report has... [Read More]
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