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Anthropology department to host lecture on immigration and healthcare

Graphic for upcoming lecture

Kassie Bild, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2019

In a time filled with news about immigration, questions about what the police are doing and inequality in healthcare for immigrants, what is there to be done about it? On Sept. 24, there will be a discussion on immigration, enforcement and health by Dr. Nolan Kline in which he is going to address th...

Letter to the Editor: Democrats need to do better, so I will

Letter to the Editor: Democrats need to do better, so I will

Stewart B. Epstein, U.S. Congressional Candidate

January 17, 2019

To the Editor, Here is the big problem for Democrats: The Republicans are correct when they say that we have not had a new idea for the past 50 years. They are also correct when they say that we have had no real national platform/agenda that we believe in and stand for. I'm not the ...

UNCW professor links hurricanes to lower breast cancer survival rates

UNCW professor links hurricanes to lower breast cancer survival rates

Maddie Driggers, Lifestyles Editor

October 11, 2018

Hurricane season brings devastation to many residents of the coast, a fact that hits close to home for UNCW students. We typically talk about the immediate impacts of storms such as Florence. However, Dr. Rachel Carroll, an assistant professor in the mathematics and statistics department at UNCW, has...

Health care spending in U.S. exceeds costs of other countries

By Wikipedia

October 28, 2009

Current estimates put U.S. health care spending at approximately 16% of GDP, second only to East Timor (Timor-Leste) among all United Nations member nations.[7] The health share of GDP is expected to continue its historical upward trend, reaching 19.5 percent of GDP by 2017.[33][34] Of each dollar spe...

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