Research associates new policing tactics in Camden, NJ, with lower rates of gunshot patients at a major regional trauma center, part of a turnaround for a city once synonymous with violent crime.
New natural resource revenue may exacerbate corruption in states already struggling with government corruption, new research finds.
The federal agency charged with ensuring fairness in housing is proposing a rule change critics say would make it harder to fight housing discrimination — and supporters say would help prevent unnecessary lawsuits.
There is an old story -- an apocryphal tale of the undead reanimated -- a legend passed down from stock broker to stock broker. They call it “the Halloween strategy.”
Research shows the extent to which doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants across the nation have oversupplied patients with opioids, spurring a national crisis.
Health warning labels that use strong causal language deter consumers more than labels with weaker language.
Research for the first time shows a causal link between combat exposure and prescription painkiller misuse.
HBCUs looking to raise bond capital face higher fees than non-HBCUs, even when agencies that rate credit risk give HBCU-issued bonds their highest scores, according to recent research.
New research reveals something unexpected about allergies: U.S. cities experiencing unusually high pollen counts also experience lower rates of reported violent crime.
American diets have gotten a little healthier, but still fall short of federal government recommendations for healthy eating.