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Would an NHL Team Reduce Seattle’s NBA Chances? Some Experts Say Yes

U-M Professor of Sports Management and Economics Rodney Fort explains why the city of Seattle gaining a hockey team could reduce its chances of also gaining a basketball team, and the economics behind this decision. February 27, 2018. #5to15mins #Kinesiology #web-article #Kinesiology #Business #Economics #sports ​​​​​​​​​


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U-M Professor’s Project Encourages Artists, Curators to Intervene in Capitalism Using eBay

Stamps School of Art and Design Professor Rebekah Modrak discusses a new exhibition with Michigan News that looks at the intersection of art and commerce in a modern digital age of transparency. February 9, 2017. #5to15mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Arts/Culture #Business #Service #Economics #ArtsandDesign ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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How Anxiety Can Fuel a Panic Attack — and What to Do Next

U-M assistant professor of psychiatry Elizabeth Duval discusses types of anxiety disorders and provides some advice for managing the onset of a panic attack. August 31, 2018. #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #MichiganHealth #HealthandWellness #Psychiatry #Psychology #ElizabethDuval ​


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Making Education Accessible in Rural India

U-M Computer Science student Divyansh Sharma discusses his non-profit startup EduTech Academy, which provides free video courses for people to gain access to vital education sources. July 23, 2018. #5to15mins #Engineering #web-article #departmentofcomputerscienceandengineering #Society #GovernmentandPolitics #Education #Global #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #Poverty


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What These 10 Studies Taught Us About Opioid Addiction in 2017

U-M experts break down ten major research research findings regarding opioids, including prescription restrictions, addiction risk factors, and at-risk demographics for overuse of post-surgery opioid prescriptions. January 15, 2018. #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation #Health and Wellness #Society #Opioids #Public Health #Medicine


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Can Nutritional Supplements Impact Genetic Hearing Loss in Children?

Researchers from U-M's Kresge Hearing Research Institute have found that an antioxidant regimen of beta carotene, vitamins C and E, and magnesium helped reduce hearing loss in mice with the genetic mutation most commonly responsible for childhood deafness July 19, 2017 #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Kresge Hearing Research Institute #Science #Otolaryngology #Genetics #Children


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How Blood-plasma Companies Target the Poorest Americans

School of Social Work Associate Professor H. Luke Shaefer authors an article for The Atlantic describing how many poor Americans are dependent on blood-plasma donations as their primary source of income and how the industry capitalizes on these folks need for their benefit. March 15, 2018. #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation #HealthandWellness #Society #Poverty #Medicine #BloodPlasmaDonation #H.LukeShaefer ​​


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Mott Poll: What to Expect Around Supporting Pregnant Teens

Michigan Medicine associate research scientist Sarah Clark finds that most adults want more governmental financial support for pregnant teens and their babies; however, most want to see effort by the teen mother, and sometimes father, first. April 16, 2018. #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation #Health and Wellness #Society #Welfare #PublicHealth #YouthandAdolescents #Pediatrics #SarahClark ​


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Workers Protections Seen at Risk in Trump Health Care Shift

U-M Law professor Nicholas Bagley discusses the harmful effects of the Trump administration's rollback on Obama-era workers protection for pre-existing conditions. June 13, 2018 #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation #GovernmentandPolitics #healthcare #Public Health #PublicPolicy #NicholasBagley ​


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Tens of Thousands of Medicaid Recipients Skip Paying New Premiums

U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation researcher Renuka Tipirneni contributes to a conversation regarding why some Medicaid recipients don't pay their premiums, despite saying they would be willing to in a previous survey. March 1, 2018. #5to15mins #Medicine #web-article #Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation #Society #Healthcare Costs #Policy #Medicare/Medicaid #RenukaTipirneni ​​​​​​​​​