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Stereotypes harm health care

Stereotypes harm health care


UA psychologyprofessorJeff Stone has found evidence that nursing and medical students exhibit greater nonconscious stereotyping toward Hispanic individuals compared to non-Hispanic white individuals.

Stereotypes harm health care

Stereotypes harm health care

UA psychologyprofessorJeff Stone has found evidence that nursing and medical students exhibit greater nonconscious stereotyping toward Hispanic individuals compared to non-Hispanic white individuals.

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Iceland ground rising connected to glaciers melting

While Iceland’s largest glacial ice sheets continue to melt at increasing rates, a UA-led research team has determined that the ground on which Iceland sits is rising — almost 1.4 inches a year in some places.

Gem science explored

At the Tucson Convention Center this past weekend, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Society held its 61st annual show as part of the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.

Event asks: What's love got to do with it?

Love is in the air — but exactly what is “it”? “What’s Love Got to Do with It?” — a part of the Creative Collaborations series organized by the UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry — is an hour-long musical event aimed to examine ...

Animal instincts

The story of the birds and the bees never gets old and doesn’t look to outlive us any time soon. But what is it about sex that makes people so animalistic? It seems that, as humans, sex is most pleasurable when we embrace our wild side. From “sex ...

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Animal instincts

The story of the birds and the bees never gets old and doesn’t look to outlive us any time soon. But what is it about sex that makes people so animalistic? It seems that, as humans, sex is most pleasurable when we embrace our wild side. From “sex ...

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Changing climate helps microbial disease grow

Climate change has been linked to warmer temperatures that are, in turn, causing increases in disease-carrying microorganisms. Kelly Reynolds, UA researcher and associate professor at the Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, is developing ... read more

Host cell and STD co-exist

Pathogenic bacteria of the Neisseria genus, such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae, have a tendency to cause asymptomatic infections, or infections that don’t elicit immediate ...

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