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Even stress disorders not considered severe or chronic associated with higher dementia rates, particularly among men.
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Lunch & Learn on pronoun usage to Spring Orientation.
maternal and child health
Important individuals in woman’s life affect her decision and ability to access facility delivery, based on whether they fulfill specific roles.
Julie Palmer will help foster interdisciplinary research at BU-BMC center.
As the federal government shutdown enters its fourth week, the harmful effects on environmental safety, science, and scholarship are only deepening.
Every 10 percentage-point increase in state household gun ownership associated with 26.9 percent increase in overall youth suicide rate.
Work requirements proving barrier to better health, with people who are disenrolled becoming less likely to find and keep work.
Proposed rule would cause “emissions rebound” not included in EPA’s own analysis.
We pay far less attention to the prevention of mental illness than we should. Thoughts on why addressing mental health, and the stigma that can surround mental illness, should be core to the work of public health.
Uninsured patients receiving care through program achieved consistent viral suppression as well as those who transitioned to Medicaid or private insurance.