2014 study from Harvard and the London School of Economics that suggests that the conventional explanations for U.S. residents’ relatively poor health are not sufficient and social policy needs to be examined more thoroughly.
2013 review of prior studies and research on dog-related injuries. Topics include children’s risks, dog breeds and policy analysis.
2014 review of government reports and scholarship on the issue of sexual assault and rape on campus, as well as prevention, risks and related cultural dynamics.
2014 study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry on the Great Recession’s effects on suicide rates, based on World Health Organization and CDC data.
Researchers from Michigan State, UCLA, the University of Alberta, Université Laval, UC Davis and other institutions discuss food safety, including supply-chain security and the impact of new media on communications
2014 selection of research related to the long-term health consequences of childhood obesity as well as the effectiveness of nutrition and exercise programs to prevent obesity
2014 study in Epidemeology analyzing how Jim Crow laws affected overall health in the U.S. black population.
2014 review of recent research papers on a variety of food safety issues affecting U.S. consumers.
2010 study from the University of Sydney and St. Vincent’s Hospital in Schizophrenic Bulletin on the link between homicidal behavior and early untreated schizophrenia.
2014 review of public health and communications research suggesting that messages to address growing noncompliance with vaccines must be modified and tested.