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Gender inequality bad for everyone’s health finds research

Gender inequality bad for everyone’s health finds research

Cognitive behavior therapy may effectively manage multiple menopause symptoms

Cognitive behavior therapy may effectively manage multiple menopause symptoms

Study finds stark socio-economic inequalities in children's body mass index

Study finds stark socio-economic inequalities in children's body mass index

LGBT employees in federal workplaces report worse job experiences

LGBT employees in federal workplaces report worse job experiences

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

Political discourse about laws involving marginalized groups can increase bullying among students

Political discourse about laws involving marginalized groups can increase bullying among students

PTSD in police officers is ‘a clinical and public sector crisis’

PTSD in police officers is ‘a clinical and public sector crisis’

The homeless are dying in record numbers on the streets of L.A.

The homeless are dying in record numbers on the streets of L.A.

In 10 years, half of middle-income elders won’t be able to afford housing, medical care

In 10 years, half of middle-income elders won’t be able to afford housing, medical care

Study: One in five children and youth suffer from a mental disorder

Study: One in five children and youth suffer from a mental disorder

Partner status influences link between sexual problems and self-efficacy in breast cancer survivors

Partner status influences link between sexual problems and self-efficacy in breast cancer survivors

Study: Food insecurity adversely impacts learning ability of adolescents

Study: Food insecurity adversely impacts learning ability of adolescents

Mourning paradise: Collective trauma in a town destroyed

Mourning paradise: Collective trauma in a town destroyed

Researchers develop new augmented reality app to assess spatial memory

Researchers develop new augmented reality app to assess spatial memory

Foreign-born people living in the U.S. have higher life satisfaction than native-born counterparts

Foreign-born people living in the U.S. have higher life satisfaction than native-born counterparts

Pregnancy history may be linked to cognitive function in older women, finds study

Pregnancy history may be linked to cognitive function in older women, finds study

Veterans more likely to have heart disease at a younger age, finds study

Veterans more likely to have heart disease at a younger age, finds study

Study: Mobile device use does not reduce time for shared family activities

Study: Mobile device use does not reduce time for shared family activities

Gender and health implications of policies to extend working lives

Gender and health implications of policies to extend working lives

Study shows link between menopause symptoms and chronic pain

Study shows link between menopause symptoms and chronic pain