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First national study looks at debilitating chemotherapy side effects in black women
Neuropathy is more commonly found in black women, almost double compared to women of other races. This first-of-its kind study aims to figure out why. WTHR | Oct. 29, 2019Read more
New IU website allows users to weigh local climate change risk
A new IU website is helping every city, town, and county in Indiana measure their climate change vulnerabilities and risk. Chicago Tribune | Nov. 12, 2019Learn more
‘Living Museum of the Sea’ Established in Dominican Republic Waters
Researchers from Indiana University Bloomington have teamed up with the Dominican Republic’s government to create a “Living Museum of the Sea” within the waters of La Caleta Underwater National Park, a protected area along the island nation’s southern coast. Smithsonian.com | Dec. 13, 2019Learn more
Childhood obesity is a major public health problem, and has been for some time. Almost 20 percent of American children are affected by obesity, as well as about 40 percent of adults. Over all, this co... Read more about Childhood obesity is a major problem. Research isn't helping.
last year received some of its largest donations ever as it began to wind down its eight-year, $3 billion capital campaign. And one person who isn't technically on the development staff is credited a... Read more about Last year, 44 donors gave big gifts worth nearly $406.6 million
said he favors an inclusive selection process for public art. Mannheimer served as a consultant in the 1980s and 1990s for public art projects orchestrated by the Indiana Gas Co. and the Pacers Founda... Read more about Some Carmel residents want more input on public art choices
Ph.D. biological anthropologist, is and a Member of the Center For Human Evolutionary Studies in the Department of Anthropology at Rutgers University. ... "Monogamy is natural. Adultery is natural to... Read more about VIDEO: Are humans hardwired for monogamy?
celebrated its 200th birthday and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with song, speeches, and a special keynote address given by actress Viola Davis. Davis is known for her roles in the AMB drama 'How to... Read more about Viola Davis speaks at IU Bicentennial celebration