Impact of COVID-19 on breastfeeding

The percentage of infants fully breastfed at 1,3, and six months significantly decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic among participants of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) ...


Integrating medical and social care

Neither poverty and its influence on health nor financial toxicity from medical bills are new 21st century phenomenon.

Psychology & Psychiatry

How do others help us regulate emotions?

When COVID-19 hit, many people were suddenly cut off from their social support systems, the people with whom we often share our emotional lives: They who listen to our grievances, share in our happiness, or just sit there, ...


Tracking the neurons that make us social

Human beings, like most mammals, need social interactions to live and develop. The processes that drive them toward each other require decision making whose brain machinery is largely misunderstood. To decipher this phenomenon, ...

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