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Barnes & Noble: U.S. Readers More Interested in Mental Health Books Than Books on Diet, Exercis

by Monica Levitan | January 16, 2019
According to new data released by bookstore chain Barnes & Noble, readers across the U.S. a [...] Read more

GRCC recruiting more minorities for health care fields

by Monica Scott | January 14, 2019
Grand Rapids Community College has funding to train 60 people for an initiative to help increas [...] Read more

IU researcher contributes to prominent journal’s first special section focused on bisexual health

by April Toler | January 09, 2019
Indiana University researcher Brian Dodge is helping shine a light on bisexual health with a re [...] Read more

Study Finds Fathers Who Experience Post-Natal Depression Links to Future Depression Among Daughters

by | January 07, 2019
A new study of more than 3,000 families in the Bristol, England area found that fathers and mot [...] Read more

Marist Health Quest School of Medicine

by Anne Pyburn Craig | January 02, 2019
The search for faculty is under way, a site adjacent to Vassar Hospital has been chosen for a d [...] Read more

Gains in HIV Prevention Unequal Among Black Women

by Jared Kaltwasser | December 19, 2018
Fewer black women are being diagnosed with HIV, but new research finds the gains are not equall [...] Read more

Dense Social Networks Inhibit HIV Disparities Among Young Gay Black Men

by Jared Kaltwasser | December 17, 2018
New research finds dense social networks play a major role in the wide HIV risk disparity betwe [...] Read more

Ethnic Inequalities in Mental Health Care are ‘Persistent’

by Mara Gordon | December 12, 2018
In 2009, the body that accredits medical schools issued a new requirement: All medical schools [...] Read more
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