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Clearing pollution helps clear the fog of aging — and may cut the risk of dementia

Clearing pollution helps clear the fog of aging — and may cut the risk of dementia

COVID found to be the leading cause of death for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

COVID found to be the leading cause of death for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Study improves understanding of net worth poverty and child development

Study improves understanding of net worth poverty and child development

Boon to local food producers as a result of the pandemic may be short-lived, researchers say

Boon to local food producers as a result of the pandemic may be short-lived, researchers say

Researchers assess how the pandemic may have altered American's' decisions to change residences

Researchers assess how the pandemic may have altered American's' decisions to change residences

Access to paid sick leave associated with lower mortality among working age-adults in the U.S.

Access to paid sick leave associated with lower mortality among working age-adults in the U.S.

Sociology professor finds three distinct themes in anti-COVID-19 vaccination protest slogans

Sociology professor finds three distinct themes in anti-COVID-19 vaccination protest slogans

Shelter sickness: Migrants see health problems linger and worsen while waiting at the border

Shelter sickness: Migrants see health problems linger and worsen while waiting at the border

People prefer health services to be mainly publicly regulated and financed

People prefer health services to be mainly publicly regulated and financed

EPA action boosts grassroots momentum to reduce toxic ‘forever chemicals’

EPA action boosts grassroots momentum to reduce toxic ‘forever chemicals’

Medical cannabis use may be common in women experiencing menopause-related symptoms

Medical cannabis use may be common in women experiencing menopause-related symptoms

UCR researcher employs Actor-Network Theory to open black boxes in breast cancer survivorship care

UCR researcher employs Actor-Network Theory to open black boxes in breast cancer survivorship care

Organized sports help kids to develop the "grit" for overcoming challenges as adults

Organized sports help kids to develop the "grit" for overcoming challenges as adults

Telehealth may be a great way for treating some menopause symptoms

Telehealth may be a great way for treating some menopause symptoms

People with substance use disorder found to be largely resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic

People with substance use disorder found to be largely resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic

Understanding how different people think about risk

Understanding how different people think about risk

New technique offers higher-precision scRNA-seq data than current technologies

New technique offers higher-precision scRNA-seq data than current technologies

Health care startups turn to ‘coaches’ to help patients cope and monitor treatment

Health care startups turn to ‘coaches’ to help patients cope and monitor treatment

Contraceptive use is primarily driven by demand for reproductive control

Contraceptive use is primarily driven by demand for reproductive control

Medical societies publish guidelines on how to treat pre-invasive lesions of the vulva

Medical societies publish guidelines on how to treat pre-invasive lesions of the vulva