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1 October 2020
Because studies indicate that humor has positive health benefits, some doctors and psychotherapists are now using humor tactics in their practice and prescribing prescriptions for their patients to find ways to laugh ...
30 September 2020
The absence of an active "fire culture" in the American West has contributed greatly to the scale of catastrophic wildfires fueled by decades of aggressive fire-suppression tactics. In Florida, Australia, and pockets ...
1 September 2020
Culver City, California, United States
High school and college-age volunteers in Culver City, California are playing a significant role in the creation of a food-distribution system that aims to help their neighbors who have been financially impacted by th...
10 May 2019
New York, United States
In the United States, most playgrounds are equipped with the same types of monkey bars, slides and swings, but a few are replacing these typical options with "dismembered store mannequins, wooden packing crates, tires...
20 November 2018
New York, New York, United States
The difficult Conversations Lab at Columbia University studies conversations between people with opposing political views. The researchers found that if both parties on opposing sides of an issue read a complex articl...
20 September 2018
Glen Cove, New York, United States
A Long Island health care system has implemented projects that address the centrality of food to people’s health and how hospitals can provide healthy food both during and after admission. These include hiring chefs t...
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