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Health and Society

On the front lines of the coronavirus fight, health professionals show ‘compassion to its fullest’

The images flood news broadcasts and social media feeds. Doctors, nurses, clinicians and emergency medical technicians working tirelessly to treat patients suffering from the...

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Science and Technology

Take 10 for the Planet

Check out this new library and learn more about water, energy, business, history, and the environment. More than 50 videos and podcasts are organized and categorized by subject...

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Science and Technology

Firefighters and PFAS: Occupational Heath and Environmental Health

Prof. Graham Peaslee from the Notre Dame Department of Physics discusses his recent research on PFAS, their impact on the body and the environment. A group of chemicals, Per- and...

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Global Affairs

Study of Earth Day at 50: Good weather increases commitment to environmental activism, can lower birth defects

Climate change has been a hot-button issue for decades and has ramped up in recent years, culminating in the September 2019 Climate Strike — reportedly the largest climate...

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Researchers discover critical process for how breast cancer spreads in bones

Once breast cancer spreads to bone, options for treatment are limited. Breast cancer cells can lie dormant in the bone, often undetectable and able to escape typical treatments....

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Health and Society

Study of the nervous system could have implications for regenerative medicine and cancer

In order for the central nervous system (CNS) to communicate to the rest of the body, the brain and spinal cord house nerves that send and receive signals via neurons or nerve...

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The Forest and the Trees

Notre Dame research provides complementary angles on childhood adversity Steven King, 7, builds a tower with Lego blocks at Notre Dame’s William J. Shaw Center for Children and...

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Global Affairs

U.S. Leadership in Global Health and Humanitarian Response with Admiral Tim Ziemer of USAID

Episode two features Admiral Tim Ziemer, the acting assistant administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance (DCHA) at the United States...

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