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A third of new moms during early COVID had postpartum depression

One in three new mothers during early COVID-19 screened positive for postpartum depression–nearly triple pre-pandemic levels–and 1 in 5 had major depressive...

REDUCING BARRIERS FOR BUSINESSES

Delaware Small Business Development Center awarded $2.5 million to expand services for underserved businesses

Answers to faster recovery from a wildfire are in the water

The more frequent wildfire disasters become, the less time communities will have to recover from each catastrophe. But it can take months for a...

Improving access to at-home health care

Aris Saxena and Yiwen Li’s Mobility Health app aims to make health care more convenient and accessible. “We started...

New U-M study assesses the impact of automation on long-haul trucking

As automated truck technology continues to be developed in the United States, there are still many questions about how the technology will...

Close the blinds during sleep to protect your health

Close the blinds, draw the curtains and turn off all the lights before bed. Exposure to even moderate ambient lighting during nighttime sleep,...

How Putin’s invasion of Ukraine connects to 19th-century Russian imperialism

UChicago historian and political scientist discuss context, implications for Russia’s war

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size

The research, using a dataset of more than 36,000 adults, revealed that going from one to two drinks a day was associated...

New lightweight super material could battle bullets, deflect space debris

University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers have created a nanofiber material that outperforms its widely used counterparts — including steel plates and Kevlar fabric...

The brain’s secret to lifelong learning can now come as hardware for artificial intelligence

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — When the human brain learns something new, it adapts. But when artificial intelligence learns something new, it tends...

What are non-fungible tokens?

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are digital assets that are provably unique. They are linked to digital (and sometimes physical) content, providing proof...

Science as Art’ contest calls for your images from UChicago research

Science and art aren’t as far apart as common wisdom may claim. In the course of research, beautiful images can appear in...

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Are you looking for ways to stay fit and active this summer? Check out our FREE outdoor fitness programs that you can enjoy all...

[Urbana] Crystal Lake Park Art Fair

Saturday August 6, 10 am - 4 pmBetween Crystal Lake Park Family Aquatic Center and Anita Purves Nature Center (1505 N Broadway)

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