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Despite Stated Exclusion, the Fed Is Buying Bank Debt

Despite Stated Exclusion, the Fed Is Buying Bank Debt

Google Tag ManagerSeptember 21, 2020The Federal Reserve has said it won’t directly buy bonds issued by banks as part of its COVID financial rescue facilities. But a close review of its holdings reveals that by buying exchange traded funds, it has indirectly bought $2 billion of bank bonds—over 15% of its total corporate bond holdings.The Fed two facilities to purchase corporate bonds on the primary and secondary markets in March, as the growing pandemic roiled financial markets, causing selloffs across risk assets and impeding the financial intermediation of dealers and lenders.The two...

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Green Hydrogen: Could It Be Key to a Carbon-Free Economy?

Green Hydrogen: Could It Be Key to a Carbon-Free Economy?

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Testing Sewage Can Provide an Early Warning of COVID-19 Outbreaks

Testing Sewage Can Provide an Early Warning of COVID-19 Outbreaks

It may not look or smell pretty, but “sewage is really a gold mine for information,” says Jordan Peccia, a Yale professor of chemical and environmental engineering. The ooze can tell researchers about everything from to .So as the COVID-19 pandemic began barreling through the United States this spring, and the country , a group of Yale researchers including SOM’s Edward H. Kaplan and Saad Omer from Yale’s Institute of Global Health knew what to do: they looked to the toilets. If they could identify traces of COVID-19 in sewage sludge, they reasoned, they might be able to identify outbreaks...

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Improvements in Stroke Treatment Could Save More Lives

Improvements in Stroke Treatment Could Save More Lives

Yale researchers have found ways to treat stroke patients that may otherwise be untreatable.In a study published in the , principal investigators Yale’s Charles Matouk, MD, associate professor of neurosurgery, and Nils Petersen, MD, PhD associate professor of neurology, show that a method called direct carotid puncture (DCT) offers a life-saving and surprisingly safe alternative to the standard mechanical thrombectomy for patients with difficult-to-access arteries.Americans have more than 795,000 strokes every year, leading to 140,000 deaths annually. Treatment options depend on when the...

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As Miami Keeps Building, Rising Seas Deepen Its Social Divide

As Miami Keeps Building, Rising Seas Deepen Its Social Divide

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What predicts public support for climate policy?

What predicts public support for climate policy?

Be the first to hear about new surveys and studies.SubscribeDismiss newsletter formBy, , , andFiled under:CitationGoldberg, M. H., Gustafson, A., Ballew, M. T., Rosenthal, S. A., & Leiserowitz, A. (2020). Identifying the most important predictors of support for climate policy in the United States. Behavioural Public Policy, doi:10.1017/bpp.2020.39Funding SourcesThe MacArthur Foundation, the Grantham Foundation, the Energy Foundation, and 11th Hour Project.ProjectPublications

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Common cold combats influenza

Common cold combats influenza

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Major Depressive Episodes Far More Common than Previously Believed, New Study Finds

Major Depressive Episodes Far More Common than Previously Believed, New Study Finds

The number of adults in the United States who suffer from major depressive episodes at some point in their life is far higher than previously believed, a new study by the Yale School of Public Health finds.National survey data currently shows that approximately 17% of women and 10% of men report having a history of major depressive episodes (MDEs) in their lifetimes. But these data are subject to “recall error,” or the tendency of people to forget or misreport their health histories when taking a survey.Researchers led by Jamie Tam, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Health...

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Decline in Green Energy Spending Might Offset COVID-Era Emissions Benefits

Decline in Green Energy Spending Might Offset COVID-Era Emissions Benefits

» » Decline in Green Energy Spending Might Offset COVID-Era Emissions BenefitsResearchers have documented short-term environmental benefits during the  COVID-19-related lockdown, but those silver lining benefits could be far outweighed by a long-term decline in clean energy investments, a new Yale-led study finds.By Kevin DennehyThe short-term environmental benefits of the COVID-19 crisis, including declines in carbon emissions and local air pollution, have been documented since the early days of the crisis. This silver lining to the global crisis, however, could be far outweighed by the...

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How Global Regulators Are Selling Out the World's Largest Tuna

How Global Regulators Are Selling Out the World's Largest Tuna

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Commonly used chemicals associated with miscarriage, Yale School of Public Health study finds

Commonly used chemicals associated with miscarriage, Yale School of Public Health study finds

Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health have found that maternal exposure to synthetic chemicals widely used in food packaging and commonly found in drinking water supplies is associated with a woman’s risk for miscarriage in the second trimester.All women in the Danish cohort studied had detectable and multiple types of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances(PFAS) in their pregnancy serum. The study estimated a nearly 80% to 120% increased risk for miscarriage in women with the highest level of two common PFAS compounds, compared with those in the cohort with the lowest PFAS levels....

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