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Study: Minorities making up ground on Ind. exams

A new study shows that Latino and black students in Indiana schools have made the strongest gains in statewide testing over the last several...

Study: Minorities making up ground on Ind. exams

A new study shows that Latino and black students in Indiana schools have made the strongest gains in statewide testing over the last several...

ADHD study links chemical to symptoms

Classic symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, including inattention and the lack of impulse control, might be caused by a disruption of a chemical...

Fairbanks Institute Selects BioServe for Indiana Health Study of Type 2 Diabetes

BELTSVILLE, MD, Aug 26, 2009 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) - BioServe, a leading provider of clinical bio-samples and research services, today announced that it has...

Study: health care not just poverty issue

A new study shows the largest income group in the nation lacking health insurance is families well above the poverty level. The study released...

Study: Racinos create mostly low-paying jobs while depressing area incomes

MUNCIE, Ind. – While more states are tapping into the growing popularity of racinos as a means to augment budgets or create college scholarship...

Study: Racinos create mostly low-paying jobs while depressing area incomes

MUNCIE, Ind. – While more states are tapping into the growing popularity of racinos as a means to augment budgets or create college scholarship...

Is Chronological Bible Study Important?

While reading a book, have you ever skipped over parts of the story, or flipped through to the end to make sure everything comes...

Study links soft drinks and fruit drinks with risk for diabetes in African-American women

Researchers from Boston University's Slone Epidemiology Center have found that regular consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks and fruit drinks is associated with an increased...

Study links soft drinks and fruit drinks with risk for diabetes in African-American women

Researchers from Boston University's Slone Epidemiology Center have found that regular consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks and fruit drinks is associated with an increased...
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EdGems with Educator Barnes: Black in the Suburbs: A Parent’s Perspective

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