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Ancient Eastern Arabians developed malaria resistance through agriculture, study finds

Ancient Eastern Arabians developed malaria resistance through agriculture, study finds

Probation disproportionately affects the health outcomes of Black Americans

Probation disproportionately affects the health outcomes of Black Americans

Shared community spaces in rural communities may promote healthy aging among older, non-white adults

Shared community spaces in rural communities may promote healthy aging among older, non-white adults

Adolescent boys feel uncertain about navigating the perceived realities of youth sexual culture

Adolescent boys feel uncertain about navigating the perceived realities of youth sexual culture

Mental health-related incidents remained relatively stable during the pandemic, study finds

Mental health-related incidents remained relatively stable during the pandemic, study finds

Study explores the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents

Study explores the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents

New analysis examines the effects of media on two aspects of radicalization

New analysis examines the effects of media on two aspects of radicalization

Psychopathic individuals have 10% larger striatum in the brain compared to others, finds study

Psychopathic individuals have 10% larger striatum in the brain compared to others, finds study

Study to assess the impact of a multi-component intervention in reducing racial health disparities

Study to assess the impact of a multi-component intervention in reducing racial health disparities

New animated video explores how social media affects people with eating disorders

New animated video explores how social media affects people with eating disorders

Structural home repairs in low-income neighborhoods linked with reduced crime rates

Structural home repairs in low-income neighborhoods linked with reduced crime rates

New conceptual model depicts the relationship between policing and population health

New conceptual model depicts the relationship between policing and population health

Sexual violence is rampant in Belgium, shows new study

Sexual violence is rampant in Belgium, shows new study

2018 legislation calls for assessment tool to predict recidivism in federal prison inmates

2018 legislation calls for assessment tool to predict recidivism in federal prison inmates

Reforms can be sustained only when criminal justice staff view them as legitimate, reveals study

Reforms can be sustained only when criminal justice staff view them as legitimate, reveals study

Adverse childhood experiences linked to adolescents' delinquent behaviors

Adverse childhood experiences linked to adolescents' delinquent behaviors

Research project to study how the pandemic has affected health, wellbeing of police officers

Research project to study how the pandemic has affected health, wellbeing of police officers

Researchers determine magnitude of Philadelphia's firearm violence during COVID-19

Researchers determine magnitude of Philadelphia's firearm violence during COVID-19

UMass researcher receives $1.5 million grant to study sexual abuse prevention program

UMass researcher receives $1.5 million grant to study sexual abuse prevention program

Three mental health conditions increased the likelihood of violent offenses among jail detainees

Three mental health conditions increased the likelihood of violent offenses among jail detainees