Imperial Valley News
Ann Arbor, Michigan - It's long been believed that women suffer more of the stresses of life, and research has shown that repeated stress can translate into depression.
Notre Dame, Indiana - For the Planet and the Poor, the first major conference organized by the University of Notre Dame’s new Keough School of Global Affairs, will open with a keynote panel, “A Surprising Convergence, a Moment of Opportunity,” at 6 p.m. on April 4 (Monday) in Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business.
Notre Dame, Indiana - When Europeans came to the New World in the 16th century, they brought measles and smallpox with them. Without the immunity Europeans had cultivated over the years, the native people in America quickly fell ill. Millions died as a result. Today, trees in the New World are also dying from diseases that were introduced through global trade. However, trees are much more vulnerable than humans.
Washington, DC - The United States condemns in the strongest terms today’s appalling terrorist attack in Lahore, Pakistan. This cowardly act, which targeted innocent civilians in the Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park, has killed dozens and left scores injured.
Dallas, Texas - Heart patients may benefit from cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) programs even more when stress management is added, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation.
Merck Foundation Awards Grant to American Cancer Society for Program to Improve Access to High-Quality Cancer Care in Underserved Communities
Chicago, Illinois - The Merck Foundation (the Foundation) and the American Cancer Society announced today that the Foundation provided a grant of $1.58 million over four years to the Society to implement a comprehensive Patient Navigation Program in three U.S. communities where substantial cancer care disparities exist. This funding will allow the ACS to enhance its already substantial Patient Navigation Program and expand its focus on access to high-quality care, patient empowerment and care coordination.