Psychology & Psychiatry

How can surveys inspire more women to report abortions?

Even before Roe v. Wade was overturned in June, many women taking surveys didn't report their abortion experiences, a phenomenon that has long compromised research on abortion and a range of related topics.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Nearly one tenth of the US population reports having depression

Increases in depression without commensurate increases in treatment are widespread, reports a study conducted at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and City University of New York. In 2020, past 12‒month ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Risk of suicide rising among Black and Hispanic Americans

Suicides and suicide attempts by Black and Hispanic Americans are on the rise. Changing the way doctors, clergy, and school personnel think about risk may be essential to prevention, reports a UConn Health researcher.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Public knowledge of monkeypox increases

The public's knowledge about monkeypox has increased rapidly in recent weeks though misconceptions and uncertainty persist, and over a quarter of Americans say they are not likely to get vaccinated against monkeypox if they're ...

page 1 from 40