This research roundup looks at the potential health care-related effects of the new "public charge" rule due to go into effect Oct. 15.
Lagging home values and high foreclosure rates among Hispanic Democrats helped shift Florida from a blue state in 2012 to a red one in 2016, study finds.
Many people with advanced dementia -- and men in particular -- often receive interventions that researchers deem burdensome, according to a new study in JAMA Network Open.
Researchers have pinpointed a phenomenon in children who have experienced adversity that can have negative health effects that extend into adulthood.
There is research showing red flag laws may be effective in preventing suicides, but there appears to be minimal research associating red flag laws with reducing mass shootings.
Scrambling to find fresh angles for back-to-school stories? Here are three great story ideas with matching research to get you started.
Researchers and physicians point to a growing body of peer-reviewed academic scholarship in support of gender-affirming medical treatment for transgender youth.
We’ve gathered research that examines how journalists cover mass shootings, including how they portray shooters of different races, religious backgrounds.
Research finds a black man in the U.S. has a 1 in 1,000 chance of being killed by police during his lifetime -- 2.5 times the odds for a white man. This contextual data can gird stories about people killed by police.
Dozens of people in the U.S. have found frogs, bats, birds and other creatures -- some still alive -- in their packaged produce in recent years, finds a new study.