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Fresh Vegetables, Fruits Reduce Diabetes Risk

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Eating just one more serving of green leafy vegetables or three more servings of fruit a day reduces the risk of developing Type II diabetes, according to results of data analysis performed by...

Institute Keeps Elementary School Teachers Smiling

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Since mid-July, the classrooms and science labs of Stanley Thomas, Blessey and Cudd halls have been bustling with activity and the sounds of learning as elementary school teachers get inspired by...

Program Preps Tomorrow's Leaders

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While many schools remain quiet during the summer, Tulane University classrooms for the Upward Bound program are abuzz with eager learners. Approaching its 10th year of service to high school...

Partisan Politics Spark Energy Debate

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Toeing their party lines carefully, eight members of Congress took on the hot-button issue of the nation's energy policy at Tulane University on Monday (July 28), agreeing about little except the...

Hispanic Outreach Boosts Kids' Health

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The Tulane Children's Health Project is offering its free mobile pediatric clinic services to residents of New Orleans' Mid-City neighborhood thanks to a $300,000 grant from Baptist Community...

Wave Football: Dome Action, Homecoming at Gormley

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The Louisiana Superdome, home of Tulane football and one of the nation's premier athletics venues, will become Green Wave territory once again this fall as the season kicks off on Sept. 13 against...

Energy Policy: Hot Topic for "Congress Debates"

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The House Democratic Caucus and the House Republican Conference, in cooperation with the Democratic Leadership Council, the Congressional Institute and the Entergy-Tulane Energy Institute, will...

The Play Is the Thing

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The Shakespeare Festival at Tulane is staging an original mystery set in post-Katrina New Orleans. What, Has This Thing Appeared Again Tonight?, a play conceived, written and directed by Jim...

Fighting for Education

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With the passage of House Bill 1054 during this past Louisiana legislative session, the Scott S. Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives at Tulane marks a first in its efforts to improve...

Unraveling a Mummy Mystery in Peru

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Tulane University anthropologist Kit Nelson is the co-director of a National Geographic–sponsored team that is in the process of unraveling a mummy bundle found in Peru's historic Huaura Valley...

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