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Emalie Rell Apr 30
Comparing causes of death by state
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Abigail Evans Apr 28
Did you know that Cleveland has the highest infant mortality rate in the U.S., while Georgia has the highest maternal mortality rate? It has been interesting to compare these domestic statistics with international statistics.
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Dayna Stewart Apr 25
It is so important to continue raising awareness about vaccinations. We cannot stop vaccinating just because we don’t see a specific disease in present time. History may repeat itself
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Hailey Seyfert May 3
Just finished my Twitter reflection for soc and before this semester I didn’t realize how much this site would benefit my learning
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Dottie Helen Porter May 9
Shark populations are severely endangered and not much is being done; out of the 470 species, 14.4% are near threatened, 10.3% are vulnerable, 3.2% are endangered and 2.4% are critically endangered. Support or to help save our sharks!
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Megan Thompson May 3
May is national . Be encouraging and helping to those around you for you never know what someone is going through. In a society where mental health may be stigmatized, it is important to be there for others
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SweetGoose May 5
Getting ready to enter the review session for pop and globe. Hope everyone is ready for the upcoming finals!
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Nichole Campbell May 2
Currently taking a practice U.S. Citizenship test for the first time. It is astounding the number of questions those applying would have to answer and also the vast array of topics about the U.S.!
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Colleen Kernan Apr 30
1 in 7 individuals infected with HIV doesn’t know they have HIV. A shocking statistic and proof that we need to keep educating about HIV and AIDS.
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Abigail Evans Apr 30
While talking about HIV/AIDS in class today, I learned the virus is still highly prevalent in the United States. Although, nowadays, I don't hear much concern among my generation. Most people my age have begun focusing on other diseases, infections, and health risks.
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Dottie Helen Porter May 9
In Piplantri, India, the villagere live with higher water levels and richer wildlife, and why? It's all because of the 100 trees they plant to celebrate the birth of a new baby girl, denying normal gender values of the country and creating a richer environment to live
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Dottie Helen Porter May 9
Dr. David Vaughan has made the accidental yet monumental discovery that microfragmenting reduces a coral's time to reach sexual maturity from 25 years to 4. He's delaying his retirement until he sees the corals in the Florida Keys become revived
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Dayna Stewart May 2
Finished our final portfolio for Uganda covering demographics, statistics, birth control options, & migration policies
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Caitriona Eells May 2
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Hannah May 2
you don’t realize how detrimental is until your loved ones might be forced to leave the country get educated, and apply for a green card
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Caitriona Eells May 2
Just took a US Citizenship practice test and as it turns out I knew a little more than I thought (with the help of multiple choice options)
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Max Miller Apr 30
Populations at risk of HIV/AIDS in the US right now: Young MSM (13-29), POC MSM, Heterosexual women, POC, Hispanic Heterosexual, and those living in the South & Northeast.
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Megan Thompson Apr 23
It was great to see everyone sharing photos of our beautiful home on Earth Day! Hopefully we can make
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Caitriona Eells May 2
Your body your choice!
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Abby Goodman May 6
i'm finishing up on my project about Kenya. It is interesting to learn about another country and see how life differs in another country compared to ours based on what is normal and not.
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