Sophie, l'héroïne de la Comtesse de Ségur, apprend peu à peu à se faire pardonner… et à pardonner.
La recherche prouve que dès l'âge de 4 ans, les enfants se sentent mieux après s'être excusés et considèrent que ceux qui s'excusent sont plus gentils que les autres.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gives the EU the finger on Sept. 20, 2016.
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President Duterte has picked fights with President Obama and with the EU. His behavior is shaking the U.S.-Philippine alliance and stability in Southeast Asia.
Share a little?
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Rather than pursue self-interested policies that widen the gap between rich and poor, companies can invest in their workers, curb income inequality and make more money all at the same time.
White Americans might be more vulnerable to psychosocial risk factors.
It seems that vulnerability is a cost of privilege, and resilience comes as a result of adversity.
When cars talk to each other, and their surroundings.
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There is a way to improve safety across a rapidly evolving range of advanced mobility technologies and vehicles. The answer is connectivity.
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We should heed concerns about how private genetic data banks are used and accessed before we enable a system where the future of public genetic research lies in private hands.
A big data analysis indicates the focus on service line replacement may only go so far at fixing Flint’s water issues.
By tapping into diverse data sources in Flint, researchers can predict vulnerable homes and even have found that home water service lines may not be the biggest contributor to lead poisoning.
Pour être vraiment seuls, n’oubliez pas de débrancher.
Nombreux sont les bienfaits de la solitude, qu’elle soit choisie ou subie. Mais à l’ère numérique, il devient de plus en plus compliqué d’en saisir les contours… et d’en profiter.
There’s growing pressure for academics to get outside their comfort zones and to share their research with the broader public.
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Academics are getting out of touch with the rest of society. This helps explains the sorry state of our public discourse on science.
A woman looks at a CDC health advisory sign about Zika at Miami International Airport
Politics, not epidemiology or medicine, drives government responses to disease. Politicians are the ultimate decision-makers in public health, and they must respond to political forces.
The G20 meeting in Hangzhou is a chance for global leaders to push back against anti-globalization forces that threaten free trade.
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The G20 leaders should throw their weight behind the WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement to help prevent a revival of protectionism.
Medical experts are rarely quoted in TV news stories about contraception.
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TV news stories often frame contraception as a political or social issue, rather than a medical issue, depriving the public of vital health information.
Doctors are learning new ways to help patients.
As health care providers seek ways to improve care and cut costs, providers and insurance companies have teamed up. A program in Michigan where providers share notes in real time appears to work.
Intelligentes, mais non sans faiblesses.
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La maison intelligente, où tout ou presque serait automatisé est un rêve. À condition que la sécurité des systèmes électroniques qui la gère soit au point. Ce n’est pas encore le cas. Démonstration.
Thinking too fast?
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Cognitive traps can steer doctors away from the right diagnosis.
How fast can it get here?
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Algorithms can discriminate, even when their designers don't intend that to happen. But they also can make detecting bias easier.
High school football players are at high risk for injury.
Media reports have suggested that many young athletes who become injured abuse prescription painkillers and may move to heroin. One of the first studies to look at this suggests otherwise.
Plenty of gold but little growth.
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Uber did everything right in China. That's where it really went wrong and why it should serve as a cautionary tale for Western CEOs looking for growth in China.
The EPA has issued rules to regulate methane emission from new oil and gas wells in the face of industry and political pushback.
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The Obama administration wants to regulate methane leaks from oil and gas operations. Here's why we can't count on market forces to make it work.
Hillary Clinton, who wants to expand access to health care insurance.
Hillary Clinton's health care plan includes a public option and lowering the age limit for Medicare. Both would be hard to get through Congress.