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About 8 results for "annals of eugenics"

Maccarone's first exhibition of the work of Eugene Von Bruench...

NEW YORK, NY .- When Eugene Von Bruenchenhein died in 1983, he was known as little more than an employee at the local bakery in his small suburban corner of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Only a tight coterie of family and friends were made privy to his ... Artdaily.org, 1 month ago

The Long and Narrow Rut of Standardized Testing

Testing mania has been around long enough to teach us that it will neither improve learning nor end inequality. Last year, education scholar William Reese drew our attention to articles published in the Atlantic Monthly and Harpers that vilify ...
 AlterNet.org6 days ago

On the Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, April 4, 1968

by Dennis H. Speed "You may be 38 years old, as I happen to be. And one day some great opportunity stands before you and calls you to stand up for some great principle, some great issue, some great cause. And you refuse to do it because you are ...
 Lyndon LaRouche Public Action Committee1 week ago
The Morning Consult

Morning Consult Brief Presented by the Affordable Pharmacy Action Network: March 18

Today's Washington Read: New Health Exchanges Reach 5 Million Enrollees from Wall Street Journal by Jennifer Corbett Dooren The Obama administration saidMondaythat five million people had signed up for private health insurance on exchanges as ...
 The Morning Consult4 weeks ago

Hepatitis C remains major problem for HIV patients despite antiretroviral therapy

Patients with both HIV and hepatitis C had 80 percent higher rates of serious liver disease than hepatitis C patients PHILADELPHIA-A new study led by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has found that ...
 Brightsurf Science News4 weeks ago
Times of Malta

Past laws regulating the oldest profession in Malta

British troops in Malta increased the demand for prostitution. Right: Governor Sir Gaspard Le Marchant. The 1898 ordinance which prohibited the running of brothels. Since British rule, prostitution itself has not been illegal, but certain ...
 Times of Malta4 weeks ago

Detecting, testing, treating rare diseases: Technology delivers new era of personalization

A team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health, Emory University and Cedars-Sinai - specialists in identifying and treating very rare diseases - used three innovative tools to detect a previously unknown gene mutation, test potential ...
 Brightsurf Science News1 month ago
Examiner.com

Harold Ramis (1944-2014): Comedy's Underdog Champion

The casual movie-goer knew him simply as Egon, the tall and nerdy scientist from the Ghostbusters films. But true film buffs that served their residency during the 80s and 90s know that Harold Ramis was nothing short of a comedic genius. That ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago
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