For People with Diabetes, Medicaid Expansion Helps, But Can’t Do It All
Medicaid expansion led to increases in insurance coverage and the ability to see a doctor among patients with diabetes, but not treatment for the disease.
The Social Consequences of Nonconsensual Pornography
Sexually explicit images of someone shared without their consent can lead to social anxiety and isolation, and harm their relationships with partners, friends, and family.
Professor Receives Arthritis Foundation Award
David Felson, professor of epidemiology, is now a two-time recipient of the Lee C. Howley, Sr. Prize for Arthritis Science Service, which recognizes his vast contributions to osteoarthritis research.
Queer Teens Say ‘Physical Sex Is Over for Now’
Amid COVID dangers and lockdowns, sexual minority teen boys are hooking up far less and watching more porn, sexting and using men-seeking-men apps about the same as before the pandemic, and experiencing more mental health challenges.
‘Teaching Is the Gift of My Lifetime’
Sophie Godley, clinical assistant professor of community health sciences, says it is a gratifying experience to be able to help students identify a public health career based on their passions.
The Descendants of the One Percent
For many Native Americans, Thanksgiving is a National Day of Mourning. As we mark the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower arrival, we should consider the holiday’s true origins.