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May 11, 2024

How Healthcare Workers Can Battle Human Trafficking & Positive News About Employment for the Disabled
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How Healthcare Workers Can Battle Human Trafficking
Cases of sex trafficking and forced labor trafficking are rampant in the US and around the world. Hanni Stoklosa, MD, MPH, Executive Director of HEAL Trafficking, and Emergency Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, says these victims can be spotted, if medical personnel know the signs to look for.
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Positive News About Employment for the Disabled
The pandemic not only gave a boost to remote workers, but job opportunities for the disabled have remained substantially higher in its aftermath. John O'Neill, PhD, Director of the Kessler Foundation, explains how employer attitudes have changed.
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The Surprising Affect of Gentrification on Urban Wildlife
Upscale urban areas are not only nice places for the citizens who live there, these gentrified areas also attract wildlife populations. Mason Fidino, PhD, Quantitative Ecologist at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, explains the possible reasons behind the trend, and why updated land development and management practices are needed to help all urban communities.
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