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Soldiers to Civilians

Veterans reported high work and social well-being during the first year after leaving service, illustrating the resilience of the newest generation.

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WIC Helps

A new food package for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children was linked to improvements in maternal and infant health.

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Immigration and Adolescent Health

The first study measuring a sample before and after the 2016 election finds an increase in anxiety symptoms among teens worrying about immigration policies.

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Aftermaths of Breaking News

How much distress individuals might feel after Hurricane Irma associated with increased media consumption and post-storm reports of psychological distress.

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Sexual Assault Behind Bars

While gaps in institutional responses to sexual assault existed for all women, injustice was exacerbated for Black women.

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Girl, Grown, and Woman

For Black females, health disparities are not attributable to behavioral differences but rather social forces and sexual development across the life course.

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A Sense of Purpose

Across the country, states with higher sense-of-purpose scores tended to have greater average wealth, as well as happier, healthier citizens.

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Her Health is My Health

Most women chose their contraception based on their own research, obtaining information from the internet and friends, rarely from a health care provider.

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Say the Word

Academic research has the opportunity to privilege the voices of people with disabilities, rather than assuming that disability is inherently negative.

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Is Healthcare the New Manufacturing?

Health systems have replaced manufacturers as the largest employer in town, providing “good jobs” for women without a college degree.

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