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Training Mothers: Battling Malnutrition at its Source

Washington, Feb. 15 -- Clara Long, Media and Communications Officer A group of mothers in northern Mali have developed an invaluable skill: the power and knowledge to screen and detect early signs of ... Read More


Rubio: The Future Belongs to the Venezuelan People

Washington, Feb. 12 -- Rubio: "The Future Belongs to the Venezuelan People" On Monday, February 11, 2019, IRI Board Member Senator Marco Rubio joined IRI President Dr. Daniel Twining for a discussion ... Read More


Nepal: transitional justice process must be brought on the right track

Washington, Feb. 11 -- The ICJ, Amnesty International and TRIAL International today called for the Government of Nepal to commit to a transparent and consultative transitional justice process that com... Read More


Florida State College System Announces Student Success Center

Washington, Feb. 9 -- The Florida College System is pleased to announce the Florida Student Success Center, to support Florida's state and community colleges' efforts to develop student-centered pathw... Read More


Mayo Clinic finds individualized diets are most effective for managing blood sugar levels

ROCHESTER, Feb. 8 -- An individualized diet based on a person's genetics, microbiome and lifestyle is more effective in controlling blood glucose (sugar) levels than one that considers only nutritiona... Read More


BORN FREE CALLS FOR URGENT INVESTIGATION INTO DOLPHIN DEATHS AT ARIZONA DOLPHINARIUM

Washington, Feb. 8 -- Born Free is calling for a full and urgent investigation into Dolphinaris dolphinarium in Arizona, USA, where four dolphins have died in less than 16 months. Samantha Goddard, B... Read More


Taking Note: Among Artists, Multidisciplinary Practice May Be the NormNot the Exception

Washington, Feb. 7 -- The National Endowment for the Arts is on the verge of releasing an omnibus research report on artists and other cultural workers, based on statistics from various federal data s... Read More


Russia: Journalist Faces Unjustified Criminal Charges

Moscow, Feb. 6 -- Authorities opened a criminal investigation against a journalist for criticizing the authorities in her comments about a recent suicide bombing, Human Rights Watch said today. Russia... Read More


Governor Ignores Aging Population in PA, Proposed Budget Again Flat Funds Nursing Homes

HARRISBURG, Feb. 5 -- R. Sean Buckman, Chairman of the Pennsylvania Health Care Association (PHCA) Board of Directors, issued the following statement in response to Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed 2019-20 Ge... Read More


Foundation Honors Immigrants in Culinary Arts with $250,000 in Prizes

New York, Feb. 4 -- The Vilcek Foundation has announced the winners of the 2019 Vilcek Foundation Prizes for Culinary Arts, awarded to immigrants who have made significant contributions to the field. ... Read More