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Happiness Poll: Democrats, Biden Voters Report More Happiness Than GOP

By | March 19, 2024

Voters of the Democratic party and U.S. President Joe Biden are happier than voters for the Republican party, according to a new ֱ PolCom and Mainstreet Research happiness poll.

Study: The Riskiest Markets to Own in Based on Price-to-Rent Premiums

By | March 19, 2024

While housing values in Sunbelt states have benefited from recent demographic changes, these states may be most at risk for pricing corrections, new data from researchers at ֱ and FIU indicates.

Choosing Over the Counter Drugs for COVID 19? It's Complicated

By | March 19, 2024

ֱ Schmidt College of Medicine researchers and academic colleagues took a closer look at both the potential benefits and risks of acetaminophen, NSAIDs and aspirin to treat mild symptoms of COVID-19.

ֱ Seeks Participants for Harmful Algal Blooms Study in Cape Coral

By | March 18, 2024

ֱ researchers are asking residents of Cape Coral and surrounding communities to consider participating in a study to help evaluate the potential impacts of exposure to harmful algal blooms (HABs).

Study: Housing Premiums Shrink, Signaling Good News for Homebuyers

By | March 12, 2024

Housing premiums in many markets in the country are starting to decline, suggesting that many areas across the country are moving toward stabilization, according to researchers at ֱ and FIU.

'Curved' Walking and a Depth Camera Detect Early Cognitive Decline

By | March 12, 2024

A first-of-its-kind engineering study using a new tool suggests that to detect subtle gait impairments in older adults that often are prevalent in the early stages of cognitive decline, "throw them a curve."

Study: Stricter BAC Limits May Lead to More Hit-and-Run Fatalities

By | March 7, 2024

Stricter laws on blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limits while driving might have an unintended consequence on hit-and-run fatalities, according to a study from researchers at ֱ and the University of Miami

Study: Here are the Best and Worst Markets for Renters

By | March 6, 2024

Renters hoping to catch a break might be able to find deals in the western parts of the United States as the rental crisis starts to ease, according to researchers at ֱ and two other schools.

Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute Presents 'Insights at the Institute'

By | March 5, 2024

ֱ's Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute will host "Insights at the Institute," a juried art exhibition designed to bring awareness to bipolar disorder, from March 14 through March 19.

Study Shows Social Factors of Low U.S. Breast Cancer Screening

By | March 4, 2024

ֱ Schmidt College of Medicine researchers examined social determinants of health and health inequities to identify the key factors that hinder breast cancer screening in women aged 40 and older in the U.S.