Monthly Archives: June 2018

Can genetic information catch a killer?  And, cost you your privacy?

Can genetic information catch a killer?  And, cost you your privacy? A recent essay published the New England Journal of Medicine explores the value and potential societal costs posed by access to private genetic information.  In Sociogenetic Risks — Ancestry DNA Testing, … Continue reading

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Did you miss Himmelfarb Library’s 2018 Art Show?

Did you miss Himmelfarb Library‘s 2018 Art Show?  While the show is no longer physically in Himmelfarb Library, images of the art are available via the Health Science Research Commons. The Health Sciences Research Commons (HSRC) is an online repository for gathering, … Continue reading

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Can being a Washington Capitals’ fan make you HAPPIER?

As the Washington Capitals’ winning record brings them closer to the Stanley Cup, Himmelfarb Library looks to the health sciences literature to assess if being a Washington Capitals’ fan can make you happier. In this article, researchers explored the relationship of emotional expression … Continue reading

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Outdoor films, waterfront workouts, folklife & more!

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