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A Quote by Fred Rogers

A Quote by Fred Rogers

“The roots of a child’s ability to cope and thrive, regardless of circumstance, lie in that child’s having at least a small, safe place (an apartment? a room? a lap?) in which, in the companionship of a loving person, that child could discover that he or she was...
Vaccine Liability Shield

Vaccine Liability Shield

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld liability protections for vaccine makers, ruling that they can’t be sued in state court for design-defect damages.   The 1986 federal law created a no-fault compensation program to shield vaccine manufacturers from excessive tort...
Stem Cells & Stroke Damage

Stem Cells & Stroke Damage

Stem cells are bringing once wheelchair ridden people onto their feet. After receiving injections of stem cells into the matter of their brains, participants saw improvements in their speech and arm movements in addition to being able to walk again. The trial which...
Harsh Penalties for Drug Use

Harsh Penalties for Drug Use

The harshest drug laws in Europe are found in Sweden. The amount of drug use in Sweden is generally low in comparison to other countries in Europe. The UN Office on Drugs and Crime reports, “the achievements of Sweden are proof that each government is responsible for...

Neurotracker

Neurotracker, a video game designed to increase the cognitive ability of athletes is designed with simplicity in mind. In this game, the user tracks 3-D yellow spheres on the screen with their eyes as they bounce around a computer screen. The purpose of this is to...
Peanut Allergy

Peanut Allergy

Peanut allergies are becoming more increasingly prevalent among children. As a way to combat the rising number of allergy to peanuts, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases recommends introducing peanuts in the form of blended solids or powder...
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