New research debunks importance of eye contact

Remember that magical moment when you first locked eyes with your partner and felt an instant connection? Chances are they were looking at your mouth. Or your ear. Yes, eye contact might be all in our heads, according to new research by Edith Cowan University. Using eye tracking technology, ECU researchers have demonstrated that people […]

Event highlights importance of cancer research

Josue Flores’s story of survival was just one of many shared at the Cancer Research Breakfast in Providence Friday morning. Patients, physicians and public health advocates attended the fifth annual breakfast hosted by the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network. The event was a forum for all to discuss what’s been working in Rhode Island and nationwide in […]