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Research

Read: FDA: Vaping Next Epidemic Among U.S. High Schoolers

FDA: Vaping Next Epidemic Among U.S. High Schoolers

Researchers attribute the significant spike to marketing targeted directly at young users, including flavoring and product design.

Read: Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Researchers say the findings can be attributed to increasing college costs, inadequate aid packages and a growing enrollment of low-income students.

Read: Study: Teen Pregnancy Risk Increases Among Bisexuals, Lesbians

Study: Teen Pregnancy Risk Increases Among Bisexuals, Lesbians

The study found teenagers who identify as bisexual are five times more likely to have a teen pregnancy than heterosexual teens.

Read: Study: 1 in 5 Teachers Don’t Report Student Attacks

Study: 1 in 5 Teachers Don’t Report Student Attacks

In the study, 25 percent of teachers reported being physically abused by a student and 37 percent reported verbal insults or inappropriate sexual advances.

Read: Study: States with Concealed Carry Laws See Increase in Violent Crimes

Study: States with Concealed Carry Laws See Increase in Violent Crimes

The study found states with concealed carry laws have seen an increase in violent crimes by 13 to 15 percent within 10 years of the law’s enactment.

Read: AJMC Study Finds Common Characteristics of Hospital Data Breaches

AJMC Study Finds Common Characteristics of Hospital Data Breaches

The study by the American Journal of Managed Care found teaching hospitals and pediatric hospitals are the most susceptible to data breaches.

Read: Denver School District Pushes for Four-Day School Week

Denver School District Pushes for Four-Day School Week

School District 27J in Brighton, Colo., plans to switch to a four-day school week in order to save money and to attract and retain strong teachers.

Read: Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

A new study found 1,150 instances of critical food violations, 617 of which included evidence of vermin, in nearly 700 NYC school cafeterias in 2017.

Read: Tulane Survey: 4 in 10 Female Undergrads Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Tulane Survey: 4 in 10 Female Undergrads Have Been Sexually Assaulted

The sexual assault survey from Tulane University also found LGBQ+ undergraduate students reported a much higher victimization rate than their heterosexual classmates.

Read: 7 Video Surveillance Trends to Look for in 2018

7 Video Surveillance Trends to Look for in 2018

From artificial intelligence to drone detection technologies, here are the top video surveillance trends research firm IHS Markit says to watch in 2018.

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