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2024
February
06,
2024
| 17:01 PM America/New_York
Ohio State researchers have found that special-event drinking does affect parenting behavior – but in different ways depending on the event.
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January
17,
2024
| 15:08 PM America/New_York
The NRA is in a financial spiral. Its shrinking budget has begotten a shrinking member base, leading to an even smaller budget, according to an Ohio State accounting professor. It may be hard to stem....
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2023
December
08,
2023
| 10:46 AM America/New_York
Ohio State Professor Ashley Landers’ work focuses on the health and well-being of Native American families that have experienced family separation by way of the foster care system and adoption.
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November
22,
2023
| 10:16 AM America/New_York
Using immersive storytelling can help students better understand different perspectives on complex historical issues, as well as current social ones. 
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November
01,
2023
| 11:35 AM America/New_York
New research finds that for new organizations and groups operating on small budgets, investment in administrative costs lays a solid foundation for long-term resilience and ensures they are better equipped to serve their beneficiaries....
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October
22,
2023
| 19:28 PM America/New_York
Shayne Piasta, a professor of reading and literacy at The Ohio State University, discusses  the various methods of reading instruction and how to get kids to love opening a book.
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October
18,
2023
| 16:30 PM America/New_York
As Israel pursues its response to the Hamas attack, the Israeli government would be well advised to remember the past two decades of often indecisive warfare conducted by both the United States and Israel against insurgent and terrorist groups, accor...
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September
12,
2023
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
Ending a decades-old science and technology cooperative agreement could end up cutting the U.S. off from top know-how as China forges ahead, an Ohio State policy analyst and public affairs professor says....
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August
14,
2023
| 12:37 PM America/New_York
There's a long history of secrets at Area 51.  But none of those secrets have anything to do with space aliens,  an Ohio State expert says.
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July
21,
2023
| 15:02 PM America/New_York
As global temperatures rise, fires are also spreading farther north and into the Arctic.  New research on the exceptional Arctic fire seasons of 2019 and 2020 points to fires moving into the ground as well. These underground fires are known as “zombi...
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June
23,
2023
| 14:21 PM America/New_York
Pursuing AI ethics on the ground is less about mapping ethical principles onto corporate actions than it is about implementing management structures and processes that enable an organization to spot and mitigate threats, according to two Ohio State f...
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June
13,
2023
| 11:59 AM America/New_York
Despite the resources that Coca-Cola has invested in changing refrigerants, its cooling equipment is still warming our planet. 
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June
07,
2023
| 16:00 PM America/New_York
When teachers use ChatGPT and other AI chatbots thoughtfully – and also encourage students to use these tools responsibly in their schoolwork – students have an incentive to learn more and cheat less, Ohio State experts say....
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May
23,
2023
| 15:25 PM America/New_York
The United States has a child care crisis, yet the issue remains largely invisible in the farm sector. 
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May
16,
2023
| 14:32 PM America/New_York
To limit the damage of extreme weather, communities need to know who is at risk and how they can be better prepared, an expert says.
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March
28,
2023
| 09:46 AM America/New_York
The NRA has shored up its financial position over the last few years. However, the way in which that financial recovery came about risks hemorrhaging the NRA’s core supporters.
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March
12,
2023
| 11:34 AM America/New_York
While no one is going to turn into a zombie from eating pancakes in real life, flour is often contaminated with fungi that can produce mycotoxins that make people sick.
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February
07,
2023
| 14:58 PM America/New_York
President Joe Biden announced that he intends to end both the national emergency and the public health emergency declarations related to COVID-19 on May 11, 2023. Here is what that means for the nation....
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January
20,
2023
| 13:28 PM America/New_York
China is now no longer an imitator nor producer of only low-quality science. China is now a scientific power on par with the U.S. and Europe, both in quantity and in quality.
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January
15,
2023
| 13:49 PM America/New_York
The NOTAM system is about safety. When the system is down, pilots can’t fly as safely. It is for good reason that planes don’t go anywhere unless the NOTAM system is up and running.
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2022
December
22,
2022
| 08:38 AM America/New_York
The Respect for Marriage Act has various limitations that have not received a lot of public attention. That means it may not lead to legal protection and equality for all.
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November
25,
2022
| 10:43 AM America/New_York
The FTX collapse  highlights the inherent risks charities face when they hold onto crypto assets and engage with these largely unregulated markets. 
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November
02,
2022
| 16:40 PM America/New_York
Views of evangelicals on campus are interesting, since they highlight the complexities of social privilege: how individuals can feel discriminated against, even when their community as a whole is influential....
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October
14,
2022
| 17:10 PM America/New_York
Looking at other kinds of truth commissions in different countries provides insight into what the Jan. 6 committee’s legacy might be – chiefly, it can help develop a narrative of what American democracy means....
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October
08,
2022
| 07:45 AM America/New_York
When computer science courses are delivered through career and technical education in high school, the courses can help students with learning disabilities feel better about their ability to succeed in STEM....
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September
22,
2022
| 10:15 AM America/New_York
While devices such as smart thermostats and security systems are widely used in homes today, the commercial use of household robots is still in its infancy.
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June
06,
2022
| 15:25 PM America/New_York
Belonging to one or more groups with long-standing social and economic disadvantages increases the risk of cancer diagnoses and death, according to our review of 28 cancer studies published between 2012 and 2021....
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May
28,
2022
| 09:02 AM America/New_York
Beginning July 16, 2022, people struggling with mental health crises can call 988, a new number focused on providing lifesaving suicide prevention and crisis services. But 988 is not just a shorter, easier-to-remember replacement for the current suic...
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April
15,
2022
| 11:13 AM America/New_York
Taxes on guns and ammunition sales provide a growing share of budgets for state fish and game agencies. But we have found that the growth in conservation funding driven by exploding guns sales presents at least three critical moral and ethical issues...
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March
16,
2022
| 15:37 PM America/New_York
A missed delivery of weapons to the Ukraine military  doesn’t just mean a dissatisfied customer. It means that a sovereign nation may not be able to defend itself.
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