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The study, published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, found that veterans’ employment status was influenced by the severity of their deployment-related traumatic brain injury.
The uncertain risks -- and potential rewards -- at the heart of the controversy surrounding e-cigarettes are explored in a story featured as the centerpiece of the University's new Research website.
As worries about Ebola spread — with the death of Thomas Duncan, the first person diagnosed with the virus in the U.S., and the infection of two health care workers in Dallas—the word “quarantine” is working its way into water-cooler conversations. Duncan’s family members, as well as others potentially exposed to the virus, are being kept in isolation for 21 days — the amount of time widely considered to be the maximum duration for Ebola incubation. Quarantine is a legal measure, as well as a public health tool. SPH’s Wendy Mariner, professor of health law, bioethics and human rights, has