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guns, police shootings , Walking, Physical Activity, Outbreaks, Foodborne Illness

EMBARGOED AJPH Research: Firearm Laws and Fatal Police Shootings, Walking in Airports, Foodborne Outbreaks in Correctional Facilities

In this month’s release, find new embargoed research about: state-level firearm laws and fatal police shootings; increasing walking among airport travelers; and rates of outbreak-associated foodborne illness among incarcerated persons.

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First Responders, Imposter Training, Screening, eye-tracking, responder tech, DHS, S&T, R&D, TSA

Eye Tracking Technology Enhances Imposter Detection Training

Eye-tracking technology has the ability to improve the visual search pattern in ways we have never been able to attain with traditional methods

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Trauma, Mass Casualty, active shooter, tourniquets, First Aid, EMS, Stop the Bleed, bleeding control

Trauma Surgeons Push for Public Stop the Bleed Kits

Trauma kits in public places - much like AED's - could help save lives in active shooter events when EMS is unable to reach victims until the scene is secured. Bystanders with tools and knowledge could prevent bleed out deaths in some shooting victims.

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Gun Law, marijuana law

Embargoed AJPH Research: Public Opinion on Guns, SSB Media Campaign, College Marijuana Use

In this month’s release, find new embargoed research on: U.S. public opinion about carrying firearms; a media campaign targeting changes in perceptions and consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages; and marijuana use in college versus non-college youth.

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Mother of All Bombs

War Strategy Expert Available to Speak on U.S. MOAB Strike

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Trump, Afghanistan, bomb, ISIS, Russia

U.S. Sends a Powerful Message with Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb Ever Used in Combat, According to Virginia Tech Expert

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Gun Violence, gun violence prevention, Firearm, Emergency Department, Risk Assessment, Violence Prevention

Predicting a Patient’s Future Firearm Violence Risk in the Emergency Department

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A new study, by researchers at Michigan Medicine, sought to provide emergency department physicians with a new clinical risk index tool to gauge firearm violence risk among urban youth.

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Antisemitism, Judaism, Law, Violence, Police

Religion, Extremism Experts Able to Comment on Spike in Anti-Semitic Incidents, Hate Group Activity Across North America

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LGBTQ, LGBT community

Study: LGBTQ+ Individuals at High Risk to Be Victims of Violence

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people are at high risk for being victims of physical and sexual assault, harassment, bullying, and hate crimes, according to a new study by RTI International.

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Jewish Community, Jewish, Safety, Violence, anti-semiticism, Trump Administration, Terror, Politics, Diversity

Wave of Violence Against Jewish Communities Is Massive, Sudden and New







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