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ACA: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Individuals living in areas with large numbers of Republican voters tend to experience a less affordable ACA due to uptake behavior of those around them.

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Our Silent Caregivers

Family caregiving has historically focused on female assistance, and men’s contributions to long-term caregiving have been marginalized and under-estimated.

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Perceived Safety

Perceived powerlessness may influence both perceived safety and mental health, particularly for women on college campuses.

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Injection Protection

A judge in Philadelphia ruled safe consumption spaces do not violate federal law, which may push others to seriously consider this harm reduction option.

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Passing the Baton to Millennials

The public’s health and wellbeing now depend on the LGBT activists of the HIV epidemic’s early days to pass the baton to Millennials.

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A Healthy House from Medicaid?

The link between housing stability and Medicaid suggests that costs for health and housing may be in direct competition for families already on the brink.

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Diabetes, Dialysis, and Documentation

Without Medicaid expansion, undocumented patients with end-stage renal disease have no other pathways for dialysis but sporadic emergency department care.

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Mental Health, Minority Mothers

Pediatric, African-American patients with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia tend to grow up with younger mothers than their White counterparts.

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Innovation for Rural Health

The conventional view of emergency department visitation as only necessary for acute illness is far from reality in rural communities.

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Immigration and the Health of LGBTQ+ Asylees

As restrictive policies further stretch an overburdened asylum system, the role of health professionals in the asylum process has never been more important.

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