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Maternal depressive symptoms from midpregnancy to 2 yrs postpartum in Canada: Concurrent comorbidity of depressive symptoms & perceived stress indicates vulnerability for women 5 yrs after immigration, lower-income women, & those w/work exhaustion (OA)
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CNBC reporting on public approval for proposed new rules setting maximum nicotine limits for cigarettes cites 2 AJPH studies of other national surveys that show support for such limits has grown in recent years, full studies here: &
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AJPH Jul 15
Preventing substance use disorder: Early adolescent primary prevention interventions may be a viable model to prevent Rx opioid misuse later in life, & should be considered as part of the portfolio of strategies necessary to combat the (OA)
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AJPH Jul 15
Preventing substance use disorder: Early adolescent primary prevention interventions may be a viable model to prevent Rx opioid misuse later in life, & should be considered as part of the portfolio of strategies necessary to combat the (OA)
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AJPH Jul 12
US health centers are required to report sexual orientation & gender identity (SOGI) data, but this information is missing for 77.1% (SO) & 62.8% (GI) of patients treated since 2016, due in part to lack of training & unclear reporting guidelines
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AJPH Jul 12
US health centers are required to report sexual orientation & gender identity (SOGI) data, but this information is missing for 77.1% (SO) & 62.8% (GI) of patients treated since 2016, due in part to lack of training & unclear reporting guidelines
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AJPH Jul 12
NPR reporting on rape survivors being illegally billed for medical forensic exams cites AJPH study that found female rape survivors in 2013 paid an average of $948 out of pocket for medical costs related to assaults, full study here:
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AJPH Jul 11
Moving easy to understand, color-coded nutritional information to the front of food packaging was associated with improvements to the overall nutritional quality of food purchases made by students 18-25 when grocery shopping
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AJPH Jul 10
New study: Survey of mayors & health officials in US cities finds that most view state preemption as an obstacle to local policymaking, & when faced with preemption, 72% of health officials & 60% of mayors abandoned or delayed local policymaking efforts
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AJPH Jul 11
NYT reporting on the increasing class stratification of access in the US cites AJPH study that found half of all women who got an abortion in 2014 lived in poverty, full study here (Open Access):
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AJPH Jul 10
New study: Survey of mayors & health officials in US cities finds that most view state preemption as an obstacle to local policymaking, & when faced with preemption, 72% of health officials & 60% of mayors abandoned or delayed local policymaking efforts
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AJPH Jul 10
CNN reporting on youth rates of use in relation to legalization cites AJPH study that found marijuana-only use among US high schoolers increased tenfold between 1997-2017, full study here:
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AJPH Jul 9
The 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act is positively associated with utilization of outpatient mental and substance use disorder services for Americans covered by large group employer–sponsored insurance (Open Access)
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HarvardPublicHealth Jul 9
Harvard Chan's Nancy Krieger is a contributor to a special issue of examining the public health implications of the 2020 Census and the Supreme Court decision to bar a citizenship question from being included.
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AJPH Jul 8
Systematic Review: The most effective way to counter the negative health effects of appears to be interventions focused on education & intergenerational contact which reduce negative stereotypes, prejudice, & discrimination toward older people (OA)
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AJPH Jul 5
This month in AJPH Global News: eHealth interventions to treat HIV in Kenya, antenatal depression & breastfeeding initiation in the Maldives, intimate partner violence in the Americas, & the possibility of adding a health question to the Australian census:
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AJPH Jul 5
This month in AJPH Global News: eHealth interventions to treat HIV in Kenya, antenatal depression & breastfeeding initiation in the Maldives, intimate partner violence in the Americas, & the possibility of adding a health question to the Australian census:
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AJPH Jul 4
Editorial: Several challenges are currently threatening the integrity of , but in a time of manifold public health challenges that require population-level data, accuracy and timely completion are more essential than ever (Open Access):
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AJPH Jul 4
Editorial: Several challenges are currently threatening the integrity of , but in a time of manifold public health challenges that require population-level data, accuracy and timely completion are more essential than ever (Open Access):
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AJPH Jul 4
CNBC reporting on a teen's project to wipe out millions in medical debt for those facing financial hardship or insolvency cites AJPH research that found 59% of people who declared bankruptcy between 2013-2016 cited medical bills as a factor, full study:
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