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Study links declines in working-class jobs to suicide, deaths of despair

Study links declines in working-class jobs to suicide, deaths of despair

Physical activity could mitigate some of the menopause symptoms

Physical activity could mitigate some of the menopause symptoms

Frequent peak air pollution exposure associated with reduced test scores for third graders

Frequent peak air pollution exposure associated with reduced test scores for third graders

Study shows link between menopause symptom burden and lower work performance

Study shows link between menopause symptom burden and lower work performance

Low-income black households disproportionately affected by Covid-19 shutdowns

Low-income black households disproportionately affected by Covid-19 shutdowns

Study: Aprotinin can inhibit virus replication by preventing SARS-CoV2 entry into host cells

Study: Aprotinin can inhibit virus replication by preventing SARS-CoV2 entry into host cells

Parental restrictions have little effect on technology use later in life

Parental restrictions have little effect on technology use later in life

HBCUs offer pronounced benefits for African Americans

HBCUs offer pronounced benefits for African Americans

Virginia Tech professor expands caregiving study during COVID-19 pandemic

Virginia Tech professor expands caregiving study during COVID-19 pandemic

United States is falling behind in the health care of older population, study shows

United States is falling behind in the health care of older population, study shows

Scientists develop new model of coronavirus diffusion through a community

Scientists develop new model of coronavirus diffusion through a community

Scientists receive prestigious award for research on rural America

Scientists receive prestigious award for research on rural America

Women more likely to be hypertensive when experiencing social isolation

Women more likely to be hypertensive when experiencing social isolation

Study provides perspectives of individuals with disabilities on health care policy

Study provides perspectives of individuals with disabilities on health care policy

Women who compete in martial arts and combat sports challenge gender norms

Women who compete in martial arts and combat sports challenge gender norms

Obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular illnesses linked to dramatic dietary changes

Obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular illnesses linked to dramatic dietary changes

Mortality rates higher for U.S. working-age residents living in rural areas

Mortality rates higher for U.S. working-age residents living in rural areas

Study examines how international travel restrictions have affected COVID-19 mortality

Study examines how international travel restrictions have affected COVID-19 mortality

Health benefits of good education are less evident among bisexual adults, study finds

Health benefits of good education are less evident among bisexual adults, study finds

Psychologists and sociologists investigate comparative optimism for infection and recovery from COVID-19

Psychologists and sociologists investigate comparative optimism for infection and recovery from COVID-19