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The public health implications of these findings are alarming.

Emergency medicine expert E. Brooke Lerner relays troubling research to U.S. News & World Report: While EMS calls have dropped during the pandemic, EMS-attended deaths have doubled.

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This is as important a ruling as... the 2015 decision legalizing same-sex marriage, simply because employment is such a basic human need.

Legal scholar Michael Boucai discusses with The Christian Science Monitor the Supreme Court ruling that firing an employee because of their sexual orientation or gender identity violates federal law.

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Millions of people experience transportation barriers, and those barriers are worse for people with disabilities.

Inclusive design expert Jordana Maisel speaks to The Washington Post about how, nearly 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act, the nation’s transit agencies still suffer shortfalls.

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I suspect they’ve done so to capitalize on this current moment of crisis.

Sociologist Erin Hatton discusses with Marketplace the motives behind Target raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour, while also noting that it's a positive step for American workers.

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These women are falling through the cracks.

Labor economics expert Joanne Song McLaughlin speaks to Fast Company about her research, which found that age discrimination laws don’t protect older women as well as they do older men.

UB SNAPSHOT It’s all in the PPE

Student volunteers from the School of Dental Medicine are making NIH-approved 3D-printed face shields and comfort bands to give free to local dentists.

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