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Fostering Mortality

Attention to the special needs of foster children will be necessary to prevent the trailing effects of trauma and premature death.

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Reducing Their Risk

Symptoms of hopelessness, social withdrawal, and talking about suicide increases the possibility of children attempting to take their own life.

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Stigmatizing Abortion

When peers are unsupportive, discriminatory, or judgmental and stigmatize abortion, pregnant women experience high rates of depression, anxiety, and stress.

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Misdiagnosing Mental Health

By sharing our stories about what it means to experience bipolar disorder, we give permission to people to question their own experiences.

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Heidi Larson

PHP Fellow Pat Williams profiles Heidi Larson to discuss the narrative of Covid-19 and to offer a global perspective on the coronavirus pandemic.

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Child Health is Adult Health

Addressing and preventing trauma in childhood could be a key factor in reducing one of America’s most common chronic inflammatory diseases.

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Multidimensional Masculinity

Valuing toughness and anti-femininity might be risk factors because of the negative connotations associated with seeking treatment for mental health.

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Gambling in the Military

Service members experiencing depression, alcohol dependence, and legal problems were the most likely to experience gambling problems.

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Segregating Access to Care

Black Americans are at a higher risk of failing to receive needed care compared to Hispanics or Latinos and Whites because of distance to trauma centers.

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Katie Swenson

Katie Swenson, Senior Principal at MASS Design Group, outlines the role of cities in creating the conditions for health during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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