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( More Than 180,000 March in France Against Antisemitism
Nov 12th 2023, 09:11

Source: ( CBS News - World NewsMore than 180,000 people across France, including 100,000 in Paris, marched peacefully on Sunday to protest against rising antisemitism in the wake of Israel's ongoing war against Hamas in Gaza. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and representatives of several parties attended Sunday's march. President Emmanuel Macron did not attend but expressed his support and called on citizens to rise up against "the unbearable resurgence of unbridled...


( Brain Imaging Identifies Biomarkers of Mental Illness
Nov 12th 2023, 09:11

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthResearch and treatment of psychiatric disorders often lack biomarkers—biological or physiological markers that can help diagnose, track, predict, and treat diseases. In a new study, researchers used brain imaging data from nearly 12,000 children aged 9 to 10 at the beginning of the study to identify predictive brain imaging-based biomarkers of mental illness. The work appears in a recent issue of the journal Biological Psychiatry.


( Several Elite Universities in U.S. Get Tougher on Antisemitism
Nov 12th 2023, 09:10

Source: ( Google News - HealthSeveral top U.S. universities, under pressure for being silent or soft on antisemitism, are taking tougher stands on verbal and physical violence against Jews. Columbia on Friday suspended two pro-Palestinian groups. Harvard president Claudine Gay said the school would "begin the vital work of eradicating antisemitism from our community." And University of Pennsylvania president Liz Magill called antisemitic messages "an assault on our values."


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