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Queen's in the News: January 4, 2013

Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Exercise can extend your life by as much as five years, in the St. Louis American

Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Professor Bland’s fictional book Uprising has parallels to the current Idle No More movement, in the National Post, Regina-Leader Post and Montreal Gazette; the Idle No More native protest movement is growing, in the Toronto Star

Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – The Federal Trade Commission decides not to prosecute Google over 'search bias', in the National Post; the Idle No More native protest movement is growing, in the Toronto Star

Theodore Christou (Education) – The Ontario government imposes contracts on Ontario teachers, on CTV News Channel and Toronto Star and Metro Toronto (commuter newspaper). 

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – The condo market in Toronto and Vancouver is at risk of crashing, in Maclean's magazine. 

Richard Beninger (Psychology) – Can developments in neuroscience be used to unconsciously influence human behavior, on CBC.ca. 

George Smith (School of Policy Studies) – NHL owners and players union have to put aside bitter emotions in order to come up with a new deal, in the Toronto Star. 

Nick Bala (Law) – Canada needs better sperm donor regulations, on Maritime Morning (Halifax, Moncton and Saint John talk radio). 

Brandon Tozzo (Political Studies) – The U.S. government agrees to a deal to avoid the 'fiscal cliff,' on CKNW (Vancouver radio). 

Robert Pike (Sociology) – Indian village bans women from using cellphones, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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