Chase Institute Study: African American and Hispanic Families Struggle to Overcome Economic Turmoil

A study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute shows African American and Hispanic families have fewer resources available to weather income volatility and economic shocks. The study, released this month, shows the racial gap in liquid assets is twice as large … Read more…

Chase Institute Study: African American and Hispanic Families Struggle to Overcome Economic Turmoil

A study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute shows African American and Hispanic families have fewer resources available to weather income volatility and economic shocks. The study, released this month, shows the racial gap in liquid assets is twice as large … Read more…

Study Finds Startling Number Of Pregnant Women Test Positive For Coronavirus | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

MSNBC SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save up to 80% off of your medicine! SPECIAL DONATION REQUEST UPDATE: Please help American Consultants Rx achieve it’s biggest goal yet of donating over … Read more…

Thirsty tweets skyrocket amid coronavirus quarantine, study shows

Idle hands make for thirsty tweets. New data suggests that sexting has skyrocketed amid widespread stay-at-home orders put in place during the coronavirus pandemic. Tweets with terms like “nudes” and “dick pics” appearing alongside “coronavirus” jumped 384% from the beginning … Read more…

Schiff proposes postelection 9/11-style commission to study coronavirus response

Rep. Adam Schiff’s proposal for a 9/11-style commission to study the nation’s response to the coronavirus outbreak "is not an exercise in casting blame or scoring political points, but something that the American people should rightly expect from their government … Read more…

Schiff proposes postelection 9/11-style commission to study coronavirus response

Rep. Adam Schiff’s proposal for a 9/11-style commission to study the nation’s response to the coronavirus outbreak "is not an exercise in casting blame or scoring political points, but something that the American people should rightly expect from their government … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…

Diverse Leads Have Strong Presence In 2019 Despite Lack Of BAFTA And Oscar Recognition – Study

After a severe absence of nominations for diverse actors and actresses at the BAFTAs and the Academy Awards, the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative has released a research brief that shows there was no excuse for this considering 2019 was a … Read more…

British Film Institute Says “Change Is Too Slow” As It Unveils Three-Year Diversity Study

UK funding body the British Film Institute (BFI) has published a study on how its ‘Diveristy Standards’, the guidelines introduced in 2016 to improve diversity in film production, engaged with representation in 235 movies across a three-year period. The disclosed … Read more…

Nearly 2 million adults are estimated to have shown symptoms of PTSD during Hong Kong protests, study finds

Almost 2 million people in Hong Kong — about a third its adult population — are estimated to have experienced symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) during months of social unrest in the city, according to research published Friday in … Read more…

Electric scooters send more people to the hospital than bicycles and walking, new study finds

A newly released study has found that more people were injured riding standing electric scooters than by riding bicycles or traveling on foot, according to statistics from two Los Angeles hospitals. Documenting injury statistics from Sept. 2017 to August 2018, … Read more…

Study finds more teens vaping marijuana even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives

Fourteen percent of 12th graders said they vaped marijuana in the previous month, nearly double the rate from 2018, the National Institutes of Health says. U.S.HEALTHCARE UPDATE: SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card … Read more…

Women need professional emotional support during high-risk pregnancies, study finds

Little is known about how women manage emotional distress during high-risk pregnancies, but researchers learned that without psychosocial support, many women struggle with fears and tears while feeling isolated and worried. Parenting News — ScienceDaily SPECIAL CHILDREN DEAL UPDATE:

Study links hair dyes and chemical straighteners to higher breast cancer risk, particularly among black women

Permanent hair dye and chemical hair straightener use was linked to a higher risk of breast cancer in a new study from researchers at the National Institutes of Health. The risk is more than six times higher for black women. … Read more…