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Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Native Americans face huge healthcare disparities. Here’s a way to help close the gaps

Lauren Eberly of the Leonard Davis Institute and Perelman School of Medicine used a proactive telehealth program to improve access to care for Native American communities.

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Huffington Post

Read this if you regularly go to bed after 1 a.m.

Indira Gurubhagavatula of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on a study which found that people who go to bed after 1 a.m. were more likely to experience mental health disorders.

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The New York Times

A bird-flu pandemic in people? Here’s what it might look like

Scott Hensley of the Perelman School of Medicine says that the bird flu virus would have to change significantly to be able to bind effectively to human cells.

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The New York Times

Eight productivity books time-management experts actually use

Katy Milkman of the Wharton School and Kandi Wiens of the Graduate School of Education recommend books that have helped them in their professional and personal lives.

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Philadelphia Tribune

Fueling the next epidemic of HIV in Philadelphia: the boomerang effect of curtailing syringe exchange services for people who inject drugs

Florence Momplaisir of the Leonard Davis Institute and Perelman School of Medicine and Perelman’s Ronald Collman write that the recent Philadelphia city budget removing funding for syringe exchange will harm the city’s population.

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Psychology Today

TikTok and ADHD misinformation

J. Russel Ramsay of the Perelman School of Medicine says that TikTok and social media aren’t reliable sources for ADHD information.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Gwynedd Mercy University cuts staff, restructures academics amid higher ed financial turmoil

While obtaining her doctoral degree at the Graduate School of Education, Julee Gard developed a Financial Viability Index designed for smaller, private, nonprofit colleges.

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Associated Press

Stores are more subdued in observing Pride Month. Some LGBTQ+ people see a silver lining in that

Barbara Kahn of the Wharton School says that brands are dropping their spotlight on Pride Month products, though support isn’t disappearing entirely.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Western Pa. colleges are bracing for steep declines in enrollment, tied to the Great Recession of 2008

Julie Wollman of the Graduate School of Education says that most institutions of higher education tend to think they’re the only institution that’s not going to be affected by enrollment problems.

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Fast Company

Burnout is leading more employees to turn down promotions

Tamara Myles of the School of Arts & Sciences says that meaningful work lives at the intersection of contribution, community, and challenge.

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