An article distributed by Reuters news service reports looks at a study conducted by Sevario Stranges, assistant professor of social and preventive medicine, on the declining levels of second-hand smoke.
An article in the Boston Globe on reports that House Speaker Dennis Hassert's office was alerted three years ago about possibly inappropriate contacts between Rep. Mark Foley and high school students working as House pages quotes James E. Campbell, professor of political science.
An article in the New York Daily News quotes James E. Campbell, professor of political science, in an article on charges that Republican House campaign boss Tom Reynolds didn't do enough to stop the email contact between former Rep. Mark Foley and a teenage page, and that his inaction could cost him his leadership job and even his congressional seat.
An article in U.S. News & World Report on the recent improvement in George Bush's approval ratings quotes James E. Campbell, professor of political science, who said "With congressional elections, the economy only directly matters at the margins. But the economy does affect presidential approval ratings and they do affect congressional elections."
An article distributed by UPI reports on the new therapy developed by the Sports Medicine Institute for the treatment of post-concussion syndrome and quotes Barry Willer, professor of psychiatry and rehabilitation science.