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Housing for Child Health

In Chicago, chronic eviction and housing instability meant increased odds of an underweight baby or of an infant’s death.

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Who Gets to Sleep?

Poor sleep is not equally distributed. What does it mean for the public’s health if racism is one of the reasons why some people sleep less?

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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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What About Men of Color?

Men of color report feeling unheard and uninformed about the care their partners received, similar to feelings reported by women of color in prior studies.

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It’s About Time

Long, unreliable commutes make it harder to be a good student, limiting the benefits of choosing a higher quality school.

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Counting Trans Health

Trans-specific screening guidelines would help ensure trans people have the same chance at early, life-saving treatment as the rest of the population.

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It’s the Crash, Dummy

Persistent injury disparities between the sexes proves that prioritizing men in vehicle safety creates life-threatening consequences for female drivers.

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Caring for Immigrant Caregivers

Without immigrants to fill a substantial portion of the direct care workforce, direct care shortages may be worse than previously estimated.

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Gently Down the Stream

Depending on the location in New Hampshire’s Merrimack River, PFAS levels were 100 to 400 times higher than recommended safety thresholds.

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