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Warming oceans have fish on the move, and one man is in hot pursuit. That man, Rutgers University marine biologist Malin Pinsky, has tracked fish species all over North American waters to learn where they’re headed in search of cooler conditions. Read More
For more than 20 years, quality measures—tools used to assess health care processes or patient outcomes against recognized standards—have proliferated in nearly all areas of medicine, helping providers improve patient safety, reduce hospital readmissions, and better manage chronic diseases such as diabetes. However, quality measures for end-of-life care are a glaring exception: The... Read More
In the days after Hurricane Matthew made landfall on Oct. 8, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) distributed 6 million meals, 1.1 million gallons of water, and 87,000 blankets, providing a critical lifeline to residents of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Read More
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