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July 16, 2022

A New Hack to Prevent Violent Crime & Raising Entrepreneurial Kids
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A New Hack to Prevent Violent Crime
Violent crime is soaring in cities, large and small. But a research project led by Chris Blattman, PhD, Economist, Professor at the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy, and author of "Why We Fight," has shown that providing financial help and behavioral therapy to those most likely to commit crimes reduces the future risk of criminal behavior.
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Raising Entrepreneurial Kids
Parents who instill an entrepreneurial outlook in their children give them a can do attitude that serves them well into adulthood. Margot Machol Bisnow, former FTC Commissioner and Chief of Staff of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, author of "Raising an Entrepreneur," interviewed 70 people who were either entrepreneurs or who raised highly successful adults.
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Surprising Health Differences of Black Immigrants vs Native-Born Blacks
A recent study found that recent black immigrants and those who have been in the U.S. for 15 years or longer are less likely to die earlier, in general, and from cardiovascular disease, specifically, than black adults born in the U.S. Alain Lekoubou Looti, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurology and Public Health Sciences at the Penn State Neuroscience Institute and College of Medicine explains that healthcare providers should carefully devise a treatment plan for each individual, based on their specific health situation, not their racial category.
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