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IU Health & Wellness

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Indiana University health and swimming experts talk about the need to monitor children's access to alcohol during the holidays, how to use food journaling to eat healthier and to lose weight, and a perfect gift for the new year -- swim lessons for adults, not just kids. Full Story >>

Water on the moon: Indiana University geologist comments

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NASA's apparent discovery of copious water on the moon is a revolutionary development that could help answer questions about the origin of water on earth and other mysteries of the solar system, says Indiana University geologist Abhijit Basu. Full Story >>

Book Marks

"Rural Free"

This issue of Book Marks features a new Indiana University Press publication of Rachel Peden's 1961 book Rural Free: A Farmwife's Almanac of Country Living and new books about the Karen minority in Burma, the importance of place and relationships in aging, the education and training of Reform Jewish cantors and the men who integrated professional football, including IU's George Taliaferro. Full Story >>

IU research at the American Public Health Association meeting

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Dozens of researchers from Indiana University are attending the American Public Health Association's annual meeting in Philadelphia, Nov. 7-11. This release discusses research involving education for people with intellectual disabilities, the reasons people use lubricants during sex, how support for smoking bans can encourage smokers to consider quitting, the use of stability balls for office chairs, a program that increases mammograms for African American women and a program that helps people become active. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Rubel Cochlea

The November 2009 issue of Lecture Notes features Indiana University lectures on topics such as the state of Tocqueville studies, African art, research in neuroscience, Haitian art, profiteering in health care, artistic renderings of Abraham Lincoln during his youth in Indiana and many more. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness: The holiday issue

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Indiana University experts offer holiday-themed tips involving fear and drastic change, H1N1 and familiar greetings, staying active and thrifty gift-giving in the October issue of IU Health and Wellness. Full Story >>

Denial of marriage license to interracial couple unconstitutional, law professor says

Daniel Conkle

The denial of a marriage license to an interracial couple by a Louisiana justice of the peace was unconstitutional, according to an Indiana University Maurer School of Law professor. According to news reports, the justice of the peace denied the couple's marriage license application earlier this month due to concerns for their future children. Full Story >>

Law professor available to comment on Supreme Court cases

Daniel Conkle

The U.S. Supreme Court has begun its 2009-10 term and is hearing arguments in two cases this week. Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor Dan Conkle is available to comment on both. Arguments in United States v. Stevens will be heard today (Oct. 6). The case tests the government's ability to ban depictions of animal cruelty, including dogfighting, as a way to prohibit animal torture. Salazar v. Buono, to be heard on Wednesday (Oct. 7), involves the erection of a cross on federal land in the Mojave National Preserve in California. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes -- Oct. 2-31

Donald Bloxham

Leading experts in their fields will discuss such topics as samurai rulers, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, comics, musicology in India, evolution and creationism, and much more, during lectures at Indiana University Bloomington and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis throughout October. Full Story >>

Book Marks

Latin American Melodrama

An IU scientist's primer on climate change, a study of melodrama in Latin American cinema and television, an exploration of the flowering of Jewish culture in the late Russian empire, a memoir of growing up in New Orleans and a respected former congressman's argument for strengthening Congress are featured in this issue of Indiana University Book Marks. Full Story >>

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