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Rural Living and Dying

There is a widening gap in US rural and urban death rates. Researchers report that these changes are not sudden and have been happening since 1970.

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The Unexpected: Less Lead in New Orleans

After Hurricane Katrina, researchers found that storm surge flooding did not increase heavy metal contaminants in soil. Instead, lead levels dropped.

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The 2 Degree Solution

What would it take for us to avoid a 2˚C increase in global temperature in the next 30 years? An energy policy firm tackles the question, modeling how current energy policies will impact future emissions.

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Not Just Dads Getting that Bread

Research on fatherhood indicates a rise in stay-at-home fathers and single fathers over the past few decades.

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Title X Funding Improves Family Planning

Title X-participating centers consistently offer more effective and high-quality family planning services than non-Title X health centers.

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Childhood Poverty in Philadelphia

Childhood poverty is not distributed evenly either across the country or within cities. Nearly one-third of Philadelphia’s infants and toddlers live in poverty.

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High Pay Gets Higher, Low Pay Gets Lower

Middle-wage earners have not seen much of an increase in pay, and low-wage earners have almost exclusively seen drops in their pay over the decades.

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The Green Ceiling

Climate change disproportionally damages low-income communities and communities of color. Yet, the majority of positions in environmental organizations are held by White individuals.

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Boxers or Briefs?

Researchers may have provided some new insight into the age-old question on what affects sperm counts.

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