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The Spectrum of Comprehensive Sex-Ed

Researchers reviewed the laws and sex education policies in all 50 states for grades K-12, looking specifically for the inclusion of LGBTQ topics.

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Screening for Social Needs

Emergency Department screening for health-related social needs is not widespread but may be feasible even for busy EDs.

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The Cost of Anti-Trans Laws

The majority of US states have anti-transgender policies in place, potentially jeopardizing the already fragile mental health of trans youth.

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Statins and the Nocebo Effect

Patients taking statins are bombarded with myths of harm and side effects, and are more likely to misattribute their development to the medication.

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Rumors Fuel SNAP/WIC Participation Gap

Potential SNAP and WIC program participants who heard rumors about payback obligation, military conscription, college aid ineligibility, child removal, and non-citizen family member penalties were less likely to receive benefits, impacting the family’s food security.

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“Home” After Incarceration

Feeling at home is difficult for individuals returning from incarceration, but it’s critical for successful re-entry.

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Historically Black Protective Spaces

Black students who attended a Historically Black College or University had lower odds of developing poor cardiovascular health as compared to Black students who attended predominately white institutions.

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