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Study proves absence of disadvantages in same-sex parenting
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Study proves absence of disadvantages in same-sex parenting

New evidence suggests that children raised by same-sex female couples in stable households show no difference in emotional development when compared to those raised by different-sex parents in stable households. Published in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, researchers sought to discern whether the contention surrounding same-sex parenting was valid, testing to see if…

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New information emerges on Zika virus

As the Zika virus spreads to the United States, scientists are discovering more information about the virus, with subway advertisements and increased media coverage informing the public about possible harms of the virus. The Zika virus passes to human beings through the bite and contact of an infected mosquito. The most commonly attributed side effects…

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Butter not as detrimental to health as first thought

Replacing butter with vegetable oils does not decrease risk for heart disease, a new study reports. For years, vegetable oils have been recommended as a heart-healthy alternative to butter and other saturated fats. Lowering the overall cholesterol was thought to be an important element in the fight against heart attacks and heart-related diseases. In 2010,…

Conference on visual impairment showcases new technology
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Conference on visual impairment showcases new technology

The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People at Baruch College held their ninth annual Employment and Visual Impairment Conference on April 9, covering the topic of “Policy and Practice: ‘Designing for the Future.’” Sponsored by the School of Public Affairs and several organizations, including The New York State Commission for the Blind, the conference was…

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