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Study shows tectonic plates not rigid, deform horizontally in cooling process

[NEWS] mwolterbeek@unr.edu University of Nevada, Reno University of Nevada, Reno and Rice University professors challenge old assumptions of tectonics RENO, Nev. – The puzzle pieces of tectoni...

University of Nevada, Reno and Renown Health announce partnership for brain fMRI research

(University of Nevada, Reno) University of Nevada, Reno neuroscientists are working with Renown Health to bring new research capabilities to northern Nevada. New functional MRI technology, purchased ...

Uniworld's Queen of the Nile, River Tosca, Resumes Sailing Egypt's Legendary River

DELRAY BEACH, FL, Nov. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection announces they will set sail once again on Egypt's great Nile River onboard t...

Dying in front of the camera: What are the impacts?

Clips of protesters dying in consequence of current conflicts appear more and more frequently on YouTube. What do they trigger? How do they change the media and the way we perceive things? These are t...

9 Lessons Atul Gawande Taught Me about Dying

(Vox) – Gawande, a cancer surgeon and New Yorker author, wanted to talk about dying. In fact, he wants everyone to talk about dying. He’s even written a book, “Being Mortal,” t...

Scientists reveal global patterns of specialized feeding in insect herbivores

(University of Nevada, Reno) After decades of field work from dozens of sites around the world, and after two years of combing through and analyzing data, Matt Forister from the University of Nevada, ...

What Atul Gawande teaches us about dying

In the wake of the Black Death guides to ars moriendi—the art of dying—became popular across Europe.1 These manuals gave practical instructions for death in keeping with the Christian values of th...

Tesla denies reports about gigafactory construction delay

Electric-car maker Tesla Motors is denying reports that construction has been delayed on its gigafactory about 15 miles east of Reno. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), in an...

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Dying well in the community: an equation.

When I read the literature around death and dying, I often come across the idea of 'dying well' being propagated, not always including some of the important precursors to achieving this outcome.

Where We Die.

After a decades-long trend toward dying in the hospital, a movement toward palliative care, hospice, and dying at home began in the 1980s. But even as increasing numbers of Americans choose to die at ...

A Call to Action: An IWG Charter for A Public Health Approach to Dying, Death, and Loss.

The current systems of care for dying persons, the people caring for them, and the bereaved operate in ways that frequently lack sufficient sensitivity to their needs. We describe a new model for dyin...

Dutch pediatricians' views on the use of neuromuscular blockers for dying neonates: a qualitative study.

Objective:To assess Dutch pediatricians' views on neuromuscular blockers for dying neonates.Study design:Qualitative study involving in-depth interviews with 10 Dutch pediatricians working with severe...

New Zealanders' Attitudes toward Physician-Assisted Dying.

Abstract Objectives: Physician-assisted dying (PAD) is legal in several countries in Europe and some states of the United States. Despite regular societal debate in New Zealand about assisted dying, l...

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