Psychology & Psychiatry

First-of-its-kind book addresses psychiatric epidemiology

The first volume of historical scholarship addressing psychiatric epidemiology was published over the summer, co-edited by CUNY SPH Professor Emeritus Gerald Oppenheimer. "Reimagining Psychiatric Epidemiology in a Global ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Why monkeypox may soon get a new name

Monkeypox may soon have a new name after scientists called for a change to dispel stereotypes of Africa being seen as a crucible of disease.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

AI drives quest for new antivirals to fight outbreaks

Research into drugs to treat mosquito-borne flaviviruses such as Zika and dengue as well as COVID-19 will benefit from a major funding boost, says a group of international scientists using artificial intelligence to discover ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

WHO believes COVID getting worse, not better in North Korea

A top official at the World Health Organization said the U.N. health agency assumes the coronavirus outbreak in North Korea is "getting worse, not better," despite the secretive country's recent claims that COVID-19 is slowing ...

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