New research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggests that users pay more attention to Internet safety than previously assumed. In a paper that won the "Distinguished Paper Award" at the 2014 Network and Distributed Systems Security Symposium, researchers used a novel methodology to gain new neurological insights into how users face security questions and how their personalities might affect their performance.
“The traditional view is that you have to hit rock bottom, then get intensive treatment and have lifelong sobriety and involvement in mutual help groups; but research has shown there are multiple pathways to recovery, and ‘natural’ recovery without treatment is one of them,” Jalie A. Tucker, public health professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
February 28, 2014 Written by Beena Thannickal
Leonard Sender, M.D., chairman of Stupid Cancer, the largest adolescent and young adult cancer survivor’s advocacy group in the United States, will be the featured keynote speaker.
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February 28, 2014 Written by Shannon Thomason
The Nile Project brings together musicians from countries along the Nile River and uses the power of music to inspire, educate and empower Nile residents to work together.
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