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New program trains bystanders to feel more confident in responding to child mistreatment

New program trains bystanders to feel more confident in responding to child mistreatment

FAU and Georgia State collaborate to help children, families affected by addiction

FAU and Georgia State collaborate to help children, families affected by addiction

Less access to specialists associated with higher death, hospitalization rates among rural patients

Less access to specialists associated with higher death, hospitalization rates among rural patients

ER admissions for adolescent sexual abuse have more than doubled, study finds

ER admissions for adolescent sexual abuse have more than doubled, study finds

Black offenders more likely to be arrested than white offenders for same violent crime

Black offenders more likely to be arrested than white offenders for same violent crime

New research explores the impact of police stops on youth’s mental health

New research explores the impact of police stops on youth’s mental health

Scientists review benefits and challenges of using film in public health research

Scientists review benefits and challenges of using film in public health research

Adolescents are using a highly potent form of marijuana, study finds

Adolescents are using a highly potent form of marijuana, study finds

Study shows link between mental, physical health and recidivism, reincarceration

Study shows link between mental, physical health and recidivism, reincarceration

Study determines points where public systems of justice are charged by private entities

Study determines points where public systems of justice are charged by private entities

SLU study suggests a more equitable way for Medicare reimbursement

SLU study suggests a more equitable way for Medicare reimbursement

Study looks at the impact on criminal persistence of head injuries

Study looks at the impact on criminal persistence of head injuries

Former inmates who receive social support have better mental health, study finds

Former inmates who receive social support have better mental health, study finds

UMass Lowell researcher analyzes impact of violence fueled by drug trafficking

UMass Lowell researcher analyzes impact of violence fueled by drug trafficking

Better architectural design could stop suicide among young people

Better architectural design could stop suicide among young people

K-State JJC receives $521,805 to help develop support systems for youth and families

K-State JJC receives $521,805 to help develop support systems for youth and families

Dry January brings physical, psychological and emotional benefits

Dry January brings physical, psychological and emotional benefits

Study: Prisoners who have greater exposure to sanctions are more likely to re-offend

Study: Prisoners who have greater exposure to sanctions are more likely to re-offend

Study explores sextortion prevalence behaviors among teens

Study explores sextortion prevalence behaviors among teens

Omega-3 fatty acid supplements reduce disruptive behavior in children, shows study

Omega-3 fatty acid supplements reduce disruptive behavior in children, shows study