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US states with the happiest Americans appear also invest to more money in ‘public goods.’ https://t.co/Xe9G81OvjY

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) January 16, 2019
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19 minutes ago by dougleigh
The Ruby Bibliography
Academic writing on the Ruby programming language
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Brookings releases advice to campaign managers for mitigating disinformation, inauthentic, or coordinated behavior on social media platforms. https://t.co/k57q5ozdsf

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) January 16, 2019
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2 hours ago by dougleigh
The Incurable Disease vs the Relentless Couple
“That was one of the best presentations I’ve ever seen.” Schreiber agreed. He alluded to a pharmaceutical company he’d helped set up early in his career. “Twenty-four years into that company, there was nothing to show for it. Not one thing,” he says. “For two graduate students who are not trained in science to come in and do what they did? Absolute forces of nature, savants. They keep seeing things that other people don’t see.”
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4 hours ago by craniac
The Kids (Who Use Tech) Seem to Be All Right - Scientific American
Technology use tilts the needle less than half a percent away from feeling emotionally sound. For context, eating potatoes is associated with nearly the same degree of effect and wearing glasses has a more negative impact on adolescent mental health.
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4 hours ago by twwoodward
Is Sunscreen the New Margarine? | Outside Online
«These rebels argue that what made the people with high vitamin D levels so healthy was not the vitamin itself. That was just a marker. Their vitamin D levels were high because they were getting plenty of exposure to the thing that was really responsible for their good health—that big orange ball shining down from above.»
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4 hours ago by greggrossmeier
Study Reveals Strength of Filipino Community Ties in San Francisco
SF STATE NEWS -- Filipino immigrants have come to San Francisco in multiple waves, settling near Chinatown as early as 1910, according to Associate Professor of History Dawn Mabalon. The 1930s saw immigrants moving to the Western Addition/Fillmore area, and through the next two decades they began settling in the South of Market neighborhood (now designated as a Filipino Heritage District called SOMA Pilipinas).

This study is part of a research symposium involving three other SF State professors: Professor of Political Science Ron Hayduk, Assistant Professor of Sociology Marla Ramirez and Assistant Professor of Political Science Marcela García-Castañon.
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6 hours ago by sfstatelca

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