Opinions: Texas Perspectives

Our National Parks Should Be About Scientific Preservation

Aug. 25, 2016
National Parks

These parks may provide answers to the most vexing problems of human interactions with nature to come, such as effective adaptations to  droughts, sea level rise and hurricanes.

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New Direction in Preventing Alzheimer's is Needed

Aug. 24, 2016
Elders

The research progress of Alzheimer's dementia has followed a tortured path chiefly because vested pharmaceutical companies are fused to the business school maxim.

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Regardless of Class, We All Need Access to Zika Prevention

Aug. 22, 2016
Women's Health

The difference in how women and health care providers perceive the risk of contracting Zika re-inscribes class differences.

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Both Presidential Candidates’ Reform Plans Lack Specificity

Aug. 19, 2016
Seniors

Unfortunately for America’s seniors, Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid reform have so far received little attention. That needs to change.

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We Must Deal with Teacher Stress to Save the Profession

Aug. 18, 2016
Teacher Stress

How teachers view their workplace can have a sustained effect on their job mobility and how they treat their students.

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