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Tattoos: Regulatory Loopholes and Who’s Responsible

Minimizing tattoo industry health and safety risks by engaging with stakeholders to close regulatory loopholes and assign responsibility will put the focus back on the art itself.

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Implicit Computer Bias

AI could greatly expand the ability of people to access mental health treatment and receive highly personalized care for their emotional health—but is only able to process what it has been taught.

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Covid-19 Vaccines for Refugees and Immigrants

Ensuring equitable access to vaccines for all who migrate to the US, regardless of legal status, would reduce the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on refugee, migrant, and immigrant communities.

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Entitled to the Environment

If environmental stewardship is to be viewed as the responsibility of some, as opposed to all, polluters are entitled to pollute regardless of how it may affect others.

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Listening to Mothers

Implicit bias toward patients, whether based on socioeconomic status, race, or ethnicity, often leads medical professionals to overlook some patients’ ability to make informed healthcare decisions about their pregnancies.

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Child Hunger and School Punishment

Children in food-insecure homes may be vulnerable to harmful exclusionary disciplinary responses in school, including suspension and expulsion—as early as preschool.

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