February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and researcher Liz Fisher explains what you need to know.
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A Scientist’s Reflection on the Election

Politics operates in a sphere of relative value, and if we allow science to be confused with politics, we run the risk of demeaning the value of our own research.
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Embracing foibles, follies, flaws, and failures

Disclaimer: This post is not about Science. Instead, it is a quick note about embracing failure.
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My Experience in Switzerland

Nursing Science Ph.D student Priscilla Williams was one of 40 international students to attend the Nursing Science Education (SPINE) Summer School at the University of Basel in Switzerland.
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HIV/AIDS – A Reminder That We Are Still Facing An Uphill Battle

Dr. Akash Bhattacharya explains seven important facts about HIV and AIDS.
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Why We Should Care About Aging Research

September is Healthy Aging Month. Brian Stoveken talks about why the field of aging research is so important.
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