Around 100,000 people on the Indonesian island of Bali have been evacuated from their homes, and more could follow as the island’s most prominent mountain has begun to show signs of a potential major eruption. […]
Month: November 2017
3 Lessons The U.S. Could Learn from Brazil’s Universal Health Care System
With rumblings of support for universal health care picking up in the United States, a Drexel professor just released a study looking at how Brazil’s most vulnerable citizens feel about the state of their national […]
Minimize Holiday Food Waste and Transform Leftovers
Seventy-six percent of Americans admit to throwing out leftovers on a monthly basis — a wasteful luxury when more than 15 million American households are uncertain they have sufficient money or resources to provide enough […]
Project One, TeamRate and TruckBux Win Big at Drexel Startup Fest
Startups that can improve how students solve math problems, work better together in a group and even simplify grabbing lunch at the nearest food truck were the top winners at the 2017 Startup Fest hosted […]
Q&A: How Did Brain Trauma Affect Aaron Hernandez?
Aaron Hernandez — the former football star charged with murder in 2013 — suffered from a severe case of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), researchers at Boston University revealed at a medical […]
White Deaths May Be Up, But That is Only Part of the Story
Experts who attribute a rise in the deaths of white people in recent years to economic “despair” might be missing the forest for the trees, according to Dornsife School of Public Health Dean Ana Diez […]
Q+A: What Happens if the FCC Removes Protections Against Local Media Monopolies?
The Federal Communications Commission plans to vote on a proposal that would eliminate regulations preventing companies from owning multiple broadcast stations in the same media market, as well as the rules that prevented owning both […]