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5th Annual College Football Head Coach Rankings (PAC-12)

We are back for a FIFTH STRAIGHT YEAR EVERYONE!!!! Yes, it’s time once again to power rank every single coach in college football by conference. Everyone knows that in the game of football, the head coach position is arguably the most important position on the team. 822 more words

College Football


This is data and information about the University of Michigan gymnastics team for the 2020 season, this data is primarily for gymnastics fans and mainly for those who play fantasy gymnastics to see all the information/links they may need for making there drafts in one place… 33 more words

College Gymnastics

Online Research Survey on Chronic Abdominal Pain, Stanford University and IFFGD, June 2019

The following anonymous and confidential research survey is open to adults 18 years old or older from any country who have had a chronic abdominal pain condition (IBS and/or many others) for at least 6 months. 212 more words

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Stanford: Stanford researchers develop artificial intelligence tool to help detect brain aneurysms

Stanford: Stanford researchers develop artificial intelligence tool to help detect brain aneurysms. “Doctors could soon get some help from an artificial intelligence tool when diagnosing brain aneurysms – bulges in blood vessels in the brain that can leak or burst open, potentially leading to stroke, brain damage or death.”

Research & Opinion

Stanford Prof. Creates Kindness Class To Help College Students Find Empathy

(KPIX 5) — Empathy in our culture is quickly receding, especially among college students, the latest findings from Sage Journal show.

The report says that the average American college student in 2009 was less caring than three quarters of students in 1979. 163 more words


Stanford Professor Details How Recent College Grads Can Fight Post-Grad Depression

(KPIX 5) — It’s graduation time! It’s a reason to celebrate, but it also a scary time for many college grads who might be conflicted or worried about what’s next. 150 more words


Musician Burnout and Rekindling Joy

It’s remarkable how many talented musicians I know who haven’t played their instruments in years. They practiced for hours a day, went to competitions, mastered the standard repertoire, and, somewhere along the way, forgot about the joy of making music with a group of people. 259 more words