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2015 Resolve Award recognizes innovative public sector leadership with a special focus on women's rights. GENEVA, May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the Global Leaders Council
Evolutionary selection is all about efficiency, so why do we still rely on males and sex to reproduce?
WASHINGTON, May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bread for the World applauds the introduction of the Global Food Security Act of 2015, S. 1252, last night in the Senate.
By crowdsourcing scientific data across the world, Igantia plans to decode human longevity by examining the biological clocks inherent to women. San Francisco,
WASHINGTON, May 5, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, in conjunction with the launch of the annual report, "State
From April 24-May 7 runners and cyclists, led by Rep.
In a new study, set to be published in The Lancet, British researchers looked at public health policies in England and Wales to project how these policies might impact average life expectancy. The study team found that life expectancy should increase even more than what is projected by national health officials for the next 15 years.
Fellowship will provide journalists with direct access to experts and communities to foster deeper understanding of reproductive health issues WASHINGTON, D.C.
The “decline of the West” due to ageing population is an exaggerated fear, new research from the University of Oxford suggests. The paper argues that some countries in Western Europe together with the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand now have birth rates that are relatively close to replacement and that developed countries are well placed to deal with ageing populations.
Mayflower survey also reveals Millennials are "boomeranging" home to be closer to and care for family ST. LOUIS, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget warmer climates ...
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