Early life experiences linked to racial disparities in cognition

Negative early life experiences, such as attending segregated schools, contribute significantly to cognitive decline and cognition disparities between older Black and white Americans, according to a new study led by researchers ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Why losing a parent when you're a young adult is so hard

Losing a parent is never easy. Although the grief of parentally bereaved children and adolescents is widely recognized by charities and in media, people in their twenties and thirties can be overlooked.


In the ICU, what is a good death?

What is a good death for a patient in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)? The answer to that question may depend on whether you ask a family member of a patient or the physician, who are not necessarily aligned.

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