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Warning: Sweet Drinks Ahead

In the midst of a nationwide obesity epidemic, taxing and labeling policies on sugary drinks can work together to help consumers make healthier choices.

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Meaningful Relationships and Aging Well

With people living longer, practitioners must re-examine how health systems meet the needs of older Americans and better prepare them for quality living.

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Bleak Futures for Oglala Sioux Youth

Young people in Pine Ridge and other reservations around the US deserve the same opportunities as their peers to live longer and healthier lives.  

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Measuring HIV Post-Release

There is an urgent need for comprehensive reform to increase HIV testing, prevention, care, and treatment services in prisons and jails.

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Picking Up the Pencil in Postpartum

Having a baby can be a stressful time on mothers, but evidence suggests that expressive writing can help women whose wellbeing is at risk following birth.

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Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

With the cellphone generation comes distracted walking, requiring new interventions to keep pedestrians paying attention and out of motor vehicle accidents.

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Good Samaritans in the Opioid Epidemic

In the event of an opioid overdose, there is reluctance among some lay responders to call 911 despite their knowledge of Good Samaritan protections.

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Got 13 Minutes? Try Meditating

With improvements in your mood, stress level, and physical wellbeing, research suggests that meditating for even short periods of time can prove beneficial.

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