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Health and Society

Past Your Bedtime? Inconsistency May Increase Risk to Cardiovascular Health

Despite increasing awareness of how critical sleep is to our health, getting a good night’s rest remains increasingly difficult in a world that’s always “on” —...

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Health and Society

New Study Unravels the Complexity of Childhood Obesity

The World Health Organization has estimated more than 340 million children and adolescents ages 5-19 are overweight or obese, and the epidemic has been linked to more deaths...

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Science and Technology

Deepfake Conference Panel I: Deepfakes as a Technical Problem

How can truth emerge in a deep-fake ridden marketplace of ideas? Are we ready for the looming challenges to national security, elections, privacy, and reputation? What role will...

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Art and History

Unexpected Guides

What your social circle can tell you about your health, and what centuries-old travel guides can tell us about a city.

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Career Development

Women, Your Inner Circle May Be Key to Gaining Leadership Roles

Women who communicate regularly with a female-dominated inner circle are more likely to attain high-ranking leadership positions, according to a new study by the University of...

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Science and Technology

Notre Dame Researchers Develop ‘Fraudbuster’ System to Reduce Fraud in Auto Insurance Market

In 2012, fraud cost U.S. auto insurers 7.7 billion dollars in excess payments. Although the rate of fraudulent policies for most insurers was 5 percent, that rate for nonstandard...

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Science and Technology

Ten Years Hence 2018: Nitesh Chawla

Nitesh Chawla, Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, discusses the human-machine partnership and how he sees the...

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Health and Society

Study Shows Social Media an Effective Tool for Predicting Voting Outcomes

A new study reveals social media may highlight intergroup polarization of voter opinion more adequately than traditional polls when predicting election outcomes. Researchers at...

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