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<p>Carolina and Duke may be rivals in sports, but when it comes to research the two institutions are often collaborating on cutting edge work. For the Sixth Annual Demography Daze, UNC's&nbsp;Carolina Population Center and DUPRI gathered once again to share research and discuss work in population science.</p>
The 2017 Social Networks and Health workshop is a week-long workshop that will introduce attendees to topics in social networks, and how they can be applied to research on health. 
Despite survival boost, gender gap hasn’t budged
Predict My Future reveals the answers to one of life's most fundamental
Predict My Future reveals the answers to one of life's most fundamental

The Biodemography of Aging Research Unit (BARU)—an interdisciplinary team of researchers with expertise ranging from demography/actuarial science to mathematics/physics, biology/genetics and health services research—has published a new book

Parents can help prevent their underage kids from drinking by employing a relatively simple strategy: setting clear rules that prohibit drinking, new research shows.
A former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a Duke sociologist and DUPRI member who has given decades of service and millions of dollars to the university, and a researcher tackling the most common cause of cancer death will be the first inductees into the Duke Graduate School