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Reducing Their Risk

Symptoms of hopelessness, social withdrawal, and talking about suicide increases the possibility of children attempting to take their own life.

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Left Behind on Leave

Until the US provides national support, more states should consider enacting programs and expanding to six months of paid leave.

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Right to Bear Opinion

Guns laws have evolved since 2015. What hasn’t changed since then is that the majority of US citizens continue to support many gun safety policies.

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Sex and Drugs

We know from prior research that early sexual activity is associated with the use of intoxicating substances. However, it is not immediately clear why.

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Birth Control During Covid-19

A deeper understanding of the impacts of telecontraception can help promote creative solutions that persist long after social distancing ends.

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Misdiagnosing Mental Health

By sharing our stories about what it means to experience bipolar disorder, we give permission to people to question their own experiences.

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Pharmacies for Covid-19 Care

Community pharmacists and pharmacies are available to help vulnerable communities access care during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Unequal Burden of Dementia

A third of people in the US aged 85 and older have Alzheimer’s disease, but that burden does not fall equally across the population.

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Look Before You Legislate

The health impact assessment is one strategy to predict how newly proposed legislation would affect population health before a bill is ever enacted.

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Me Too

Identifying the environmental risk factors for sexual harassment serves as an important step to prevent it from happening.

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