U.S. states vary widely in success of monitoring opioid prescriptions
“Big push” global health initiatives are increasingly popular, but do they work?
In a challenging funding environment, epidemiologists urge more action
Study compares health providers with general population
Study shows risk may not be as high as people think
Experts question the science behind gluten-free diet recommendations
The complex influence urban features have on health
Evidence still needed to figure out if they are the cause
A town in Oregon and the city of Houston have both struggled to immunize their children. That’s where the similarities end.
Can OCs alleviate depression and suicidal thoughts in young women?
Examining the link between soda consumption and violence in children
Society struggles to handle the uptick in crime and addiction
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