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BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 16 -- The National Education Policy Center issued the following news release:
A recent report argues that a Washington, D.C., charter pre-school is particularly successful. The report then seeks to leverage that contention as strong support for a recommendation to open many more charter pre-schools nationwide, as an optional way to expand access to early education.
But a review of the report, written by experts on early childhood education, cautions that it fails to m . . .
American Heart Association's CPR in Schools Initiative Aims to Reduce Disparities in CPR
DALLAS, Sept. 15 -- The American Heart Association issued the following news release:
Kids learning bystander CPR may be the answer to reducing death from the 420,000 cardiac arrests that occur outside of a hospital each year. Sadly, most of those victims die, often because bystanders don't know how to start CPR, or are afraid they'll do something wrong. Further complicating the issue are the disparities among Latinos and African-Americans, who are 30 percent less likely to have bystander CPR . . .
Blood Pressure Monitoring
ORONO, Maine, Sept. 15 -- University of Maine issued the following news release:
Untreated and sustained hypertension has an adverse effect on brain structure and function, and is a risk factor for cognitive decline and dementia. Blood pressure (BP) variability from measurement-to-measurement has been associated with lower cognitive functioning and is considered a stronger predictor of mental performance than averaged BP.
However, recent studies suggest that BP measurements on a single hea . . .
Cancer and the Immune System: A Double-Edged Sword
LA JOLLA, Calif., Sept. 15 -- The University of California-San Diego issued the following news release:
During cancer development, tumor cells decorate their surfaces with sugar compounds called glycans that are different from those found on normal, healthy cells. In the Sept. 15 online Early Edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine report that sialic acids at the tips of these cancer cell . . .
Everyday Discrimination Impacts Mental Health
AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 15 -- The University of Texas issued the following news release:
Researchers have determined that African Americans and Caribbean blacks who experience discrimination of multiple types are at substantially greater risk for a variety of mental disorders including anxiety, depression and substance abuse.
The research -- co-authored by professor Christopher Salas-Wright at The University of Texas at Austin's School of Social Work and published in the August 2014 edition o . . .