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Richie, Fern - - 2009
McCoy, Kathleen - - 2009
Arnett, Jerome - - 2009
Kauffman, Joel - - 2009
Marlow, Michael - - 2009
Smoking bans in public places are promoted on the dual basis that they protect the public from "secondhand smoke"--environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), and that bans never harm businesses. Evidence shows that ETS does not pose health risks nearly as large as many ban advocates claim, and that bans do harm ...
Clay, Beth - - 2009
Many physicians report that off-label use of EDTA chelation therapy for cardiovascular disease and other indications is effective and safe in their hands. Recruitment for a well-designed formal study, funded and managed by the National Institutes of Health, the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT), was temporarily suspended pending a ...
Kauffman, Joel - - 2009
Clinical trials show that vitamin D supplementation at higher levels than previously recommended is beneficial for many conditions. It decreases the frequency of falls and fractures, helps prevent cardiovascular disease, and reduces symptoms of colds or influenza. Benefits are also seen in diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, Crohn disease, pain, depression, ...
Huntoon, Lawrence - - 2009
Pitts, Jeffrey - - 2009
Long, Howard - - 2009
Meysenburg, Rosie - - 2009
Ramsland, Katherine - - 2009
Ossei-Owusu, Shaun - - 2009
This essay engages the future of Black Studies (and adjacent disciplines) by probing three critical issues: interdisciplinarity; the notion of post-raciality and the slow repeal of affirmative action. The piece argues that these issues are of critical importance and will substantively impact the future the discipline.
Pellerin, Marquita - - 2009
In the 1960s and 1970s several historical phenomenon contributed to the emergence of the study of people of African descent inside of universities and colleges. As a response to the constant demand for a more inclusive curriculum, faculty, and students, universities and colleges across America launched the development of the ...
Rogers, Ibram - - 2009
Oral history has a storied and important legacy and utility in documenting the experience of people of African descent. James P. Garrett, one of the leaders of the Black Campus Movement waged by Black Student Unions to reform higher education in the 1960s and 1970s, was interviewed by Ibram Rogers. ...
Bernard-Carreno, Regina - - 2009
Understanding the production and consumption of knowledge by way of the organic and/or the traditional intellectual, I examine the de(construction) of Black Studies within the work of critical pedagogy. This piece particularly focuses on undergraduate Black Studies students at urban public institutions (particularly at the City University), and their disconnect ...
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