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Men in recovery from Ebola should wear condoms for at least 3 months

Los Angeles, CA - A new article reports that despite a clear lack of research on male survivors of Ebola, the current recommended practice of waiting at least three months after recovery to have unprotected sex should be upheld. This study was published today in Reproductive Sciences, a SAGE journal.

Are the benefits of breast milk stimulant worth the risk?

Los Angeles, CA - Most women can make all the milk their baby needs, but some mothers turn to medications to help increase their supply. While some specialists encourage the off-label use of domperidone to stimulate breast milk production, some studies have suggested it may be related to negative side effects, including irregular heartbeat and sudden cardiac death.

SAGE begins publishing ILR Review

Official publication of Cornell University ILR School

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE announces today that it has begun publishing ILR Review, official publication of the Cornell University ILR School, the leading academic institution focused on the world of work. In conjunction with this announcement, SAGE and the Cornel University ILR School have made the July and December issues of ILR Review free and open to the public through December 31, 2014.

Librarians urge publishers to "get their metadata out there everywhere"

SAGE white paper presents collaborative opportunities for improving discoverability in 2015

Los Angeles, CA. What are the biggest challenges that librarians face in promoting discovery of scholarly content? What can libraries, publishers, and other members of the community do to overcome them? “Improving the Discoverability of Scholarly Content: Academic Library Priorities and Perspectives,” a new SAGE white paper out today, discusses new ways for members of the scholarly communications supply chain to come together to solve discoverability issues.

SAGE launches open access journal Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE today announces the launch of a new peer-reviewed, “gold” open access journal, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine (GGM). An interdisciplinary journal sponsored by the Southern Gerontology Society (SGS), GGM will publish original research, review articles, and will serve as an interactive forum for the exchange of gerontological and geriatric knowledge.

Control classroom chaos and provide a quality learning atmosphere: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management

Los Angeles, CA. Some teachers have classrooms where exceptional learning is the norm for each student and, at the same time, those students are courteous and feel safe and cared for. Other classrooms can be chaotic and disjointed and quality learning is difficult to achieve. How do the excellent teachers balance learning and student support? The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management raises issues and introduces evidence-based, real-world strategies for creating and maintaining well-managed classrooms where excellent learning thrives.

SAGE acquires two leading Science History Journals

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE a leading independent academic and professional publisher today announced the acquisition of two new Science History Journals. History of Science and Journal for the History of Astronomy, formerly published by Science History Publications Ltd, will be published by SAGE as of March 2014.

Kale salad or chips-and-dip: What’s for dinner? Explore the academic field of food in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues

Los Angeles, CA - Raw or cooked, processed or fresh: Food is a hot topic. With the constantly changing messages about food, it’s hard to know what to eat nowadays. What’s touted as a health food one day is deemed unsafe the next. With some hyped diets focused on juicing, vegetarian, Paleo, low carb/protein -rich, gluten free, organic, even eating foods in specific combinations, along with those dealing with food allergies—who can keep up with the trends? Plus there are ecological concerns about how the food is manufactured.

How should curriculum be chosen?

Los Angeles, CA - Does curriculum really matter? Who gets to decide what students are taught? Should the government get involved? How about the parents? Or the students themselves? And what other issues should be considered when curriculum decisions are made? Bringing clarity to the debate is The SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education, which explores the interdependence and interconnectedness of the four commonplaces of curriculum: subject matter, teachers, learners, and milieu.

SAGE launches open access journal, Educational Neuroscience

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE today announces the launch of Educational Neuroscience (EdN), an open access journal that explores developing brain-behavior relationships and their implications for the science of learning, academic skill acquisition, and education practice at multiple levels of the educational systems from early childhood to higher education.

SAGE to begin publishing Dose-Response

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE today announces that it has begun publishing Dose-Response, the official journal of the International Dose-Response Society (ID-RS). The quarterly journal publishes research that measures the ecological, psychological and biological responses to substances in various quantities.