Psychology & Psychiatry

Study suggests inflammation drives social media use

Inflammation is the body's response to injury and infection, but it is also a factor that can lead people to use social media, according to new research by a University at Buffalo communication researcher.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study exposes plight of deported noncitizen veterans

A study examining the effects of deportation on the health and well-being of noncitizen veterans who served in the United States military has found that this group is a vulnerable and often unrecognized health disparity population.

Psychology & Psychiatry

How radio supports older adults' well-being

It may be a technology developed in the 19th century, but James Cook University researchers have found radio still offers a surprising range and depth of experience to listeners today.

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