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Do violent video games contribute to youth violence?Do violent video games contribute to youth violence?
Us played video games in 2008, thus fueling an $11. 7 billion domestic video game industry. In 2008, 10 of the top 20 best-selling video games in the us contained violence
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Katherine Mandusic McDonellKatherine Mandusic McDonell
Epidemics of typhoid fever, smallpox, yellow fever, and cholera were also common, killing large numbers of people. Cholera, one of the most dreaded diseases of the early 19th century, first struck Indianapolis in 1833 and again in 1849
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Drama Cloning a Human BeingDrama Cloning a Human Being
The authorities in this jurisdiction, however, turn a blind eye to the clinic’s cloning activities. A doctor is interviewing a couple from a neighbouring country where the practice of cloning human beings is prevented
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Profit Making for NonprofitsProfit Making for Nonprofits
Greg Newton (I recall that Greg developed the “unbundling” exercise about 15 years ago!)
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Daniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should PrevailDaniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should Prevail
Greenwald 2009, p. When economic theory, application, cost-benefit analysis, and historical proof are all considered, a preferred policy should prevail
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The new jersey medical malpractice liability insurance crisis of 2002The new jersey medical malpractice liability insurance crisis of 2002
This paper represents an effort to understand the events that occurred, their causes, and to look at possible changes that would limit future repetition of this crisis
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The role and activities of scientific societies in promoting research integrity elizabeth dumezThe role and activities of scientific societies in promoting research integrity elizabeth dumez
Research Integrity (ori). The proceedings included presentations on the recent history of the roles and activities of scientific societies in promoting ethical conduct, codes of ethics and activities that support them
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Why King Tut\Why King Tut's dna is fueling race wars by Annalee Newitz 3/07/14
We've all heard stories of the miraculous tomb of King Tutankhamun, son of the rebel king Akhenaten who believed in monotheism. Trying to learn more, Egyptian scientists recently sequenced his dna
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Mary Lincoln: Mad? Or Just Angry? Bluegrass Heritage Museum, Winchester, December 13, 2012Mary Lincoln: Mad? Or Just Angry? Bluegrass Heritage Museum, Winchester, December 13, 2012
White House at tragic times in our nation’s history. However, according to Justin and Linda Turner – who gathered her letters in an important volume in the 1970s, Mary Todd Lincoln
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