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Resilience in Recovery

Supportive relationships with parents, caregivers, teachers, and peers are the most robust predictors of resilience in children exposed to violence.

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Just Google It

Searching the internet for abortion services may work for some, but it will leave those living far from an abortion provider without good information.

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Affirmative Action Affects Health

Affirmative action bans may diminish expectations of economic opportunities and perceived returns of staying healthy for underrepresented minorities.

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The Pre-K Story

If pre-kindergarten improves physical health, that might help explain subsequent gains in school performance and outcomes later in life.

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Depression During Development

Accumulating evidence indicates that depression and suicide have increased among US adolescents in the past decade in a historically unprecedented way.

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20 Years of Options in Oregon

Health departments play an important role in providing objective data as states consider legalizing an option to hasten death in terminally-ill patients.

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Encouraged to Excel, but How?

Latino parents are involved in their adolescents’ schoolwork, though in different ways and with different timing, emphasis, and embedding in daily routines.

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Power to Create Life

Little research has investigated how men’s attitudes and perceptions may influence women’s exposure to reproductive coercion.

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Talk About a Killer Buzz

What we show and how we show it will determine whether or not teens pay attention to tobacco prevention and control messages.

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Mixed Messages on Marijuana

Messages describing the potential risks of marijuana use have not accompanied marketing campaigns, giving the impression that there are no harms associated.

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