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Mortality After Youth Incarceration

Young people incarcerated in adult prisons and jails were 60% more likely to die before age 39 compared to those with placements in youth facilities.

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Answering the Call: Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line plays a critical role in supporting veterans and reducing their risk of suicide, with many seeking additional treatment and behavioral health resources after contacting the line.

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Oral Health for Life

Poor oral health can have devastating health consequences, but accessing appropriate dental care can be difficult, especially for elderly Americans.

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Disparities in Mental Health Services in Schools

The availability of school-based mental health services varies geographically, with rural and suburban areas being less likely to offer diagnostic assessments and treatment services than urban areas.

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Social Media and Smoking Cessation

In the first large-scale study examining anti-tobacco campaigns on social media, people responded more positively to messaging about the negative affects of smoking on the lives of those they care about most.

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Connecting With Your Neighbors May Improve Their Health

Having strong neighborhood cohesion – or the perception of trust and connectedness between neighbors – can serve as protection for older adults against the assumed negative impacts of living alone.

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