Health

'Take-home' exposures are public health hazard

Workers in many industries inadvertently bring home toxic contaminants, endangering the health of their families. Those at greatest risk are the least likely to benefit from current regulations.

Psychology & Psychiatry

The more you have, the more you want?

People of a higher social class have a greater desire for wealth and status, a University of Queensland study has found.

Health

In defense of 'ultra-processed' foods

Ultra-processed foods, a label coined in research by a Brazilian pediatrician, have been targeted as a menace to society for quite some time, mostly by environmental advocates and health professionals.

Health

Blood samples give clues to social inequality

More than a decade's worth of blood samples in Portugal and Ireland are being analysed to look for clues about the health impacts of socio-economic inequalities on children.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Opinion: There's no such thing as a natural-born gambler

The fight to recruit online gamblers in the UK is at fever pitch. If you googled "play live blackjack" in March, it cost an advertiser £148.51 to be the first ad that came up. In fact, 77 of March's top 100 most expensive ...

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