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$1.1 million Department of Defense grant supports Augusta University research linking prostate cancer and cardiovascular diseases

The Department of Defense has awarded Avirup Guha, MBBS, with a $1.1 million budget over the course of four years for his study. 

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Connections between peripheral artery disease, negative social determinants of health like poverty may lead to earlier diagnosis, intervention in at-risk Blacks

Physicians want to further explore the relationship between the two conditions to identify social determinants of health that may be a factor in nearly doubling the rates of PAD in Blacks.

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When chronic stress activates these neurons, behavioral problems like loss of pleasure, depression result

Scientists have evidence these POMC neurons become hyperactive after chronic exposure to stress, leading to things like depression. When their activity is reduced, so are behaviors that lead to these problems.

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New study shows link between social media posts and civil disobedience, violence

“When social media is dangerous is when it increases polarization. When it’s used to spread disinformation that disinformation can have a polarizing effect on citizens around the world, and that polarization is associated with political violence," said Lance Hunter, PhD.

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