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Failing to Lead on Our Overdose Epidemic

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1. The presidential candidates need to lead on America’s overdose epidemic.

By Michael Brendan Dougherty in the Week

2. Here’s how to help more underrepresented students succeed in STEM higher education.

By the John Jay College of Criminal Justice

3. Resilience comes from how well you recharge, not how hard you work.

By Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan in the Harvard Business Review

4. This system can prevent medical mistakes and empower patients on respirators.

By Gisele Galoustian at Florida Atlantic University

5. After half a century of research on gifted kids, scientists think they know how to raise a genius.

By Tom Clynes in Nature

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