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Research Brief: Older adults often prescribed meds linked to higher side effect risks

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The research team investigated whether prescribing patterns of high-risk anticholinergic drugs have changed over time.

Farm Incomes Take Another Dip in 2017

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Bumper crops, spotty upticks in earnings were not enough to save MN farming from the fifth year of thin profits.

Regents hear annual report of student representatives

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Priorities include improving diversity and inclusion efforts and reevaluating student information privacy.

Big Ten recognizes 95 Gophers with academic honors

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Ninety-five University of Minnesota student-athletes were recognized March 21 with Academic All-Big Ten honors.

UMN Expert: Minnesota politics and 2018 midterm elections

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Prof. Larry Jacobs is avaliable to comment on the 2018 midterm elections.

U of M to host Minnesota Sparks event in Cloquet

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The event brings three U researchers—who are tackling the area’s critical issues—into conversation with the community. 

Research Brief: Study finds teens in homeless families more likely to attempt suicide

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A new UMN study shows teens in homeless families face more challenges to mental health than housed youth. 

UMN Experts: Envisioning a future with autonomous vehicles

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As a future with self-driving transport gets closer to reality, several UMN experts are available for comment.

University of Minnesota Board of Regents to meet in Rochester

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The Board will hold its March meeting in Rochester to emphasize items of particular importance to UMR and SE Minnesota. 

Opioids not superior pain relievers

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A U-led study lends no support to preference for opioid pain relievers.

Governor Dayton’s full support for UMN budget request reinforces U's importance

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Governor Mark Dayton has expressed his full support for the U of M’s fiscal year 2019 supplemental budget request.

Ending addiction in our communities

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The College of Pharmacy is preparing students to fight the opioid crisis in our communities.

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