Even before the pandemic, adults with a bachelor’s degree were living approximately three years longer than adults without one, according to a USC-Princeton study.
A new study has found that today’s less-educated Americans experience higher levels of pain than did previous generations.
A national USC survey also reveals the vast majority of Americans recognize the value of hand washing and sanitizing to keep themselves safe from infection.
A new USC survey offers a snapshot of how coronavirus has changed behavior in America, from stockpiling emergency supplies and food to hygiene.
It’s the first investigation into the association of dementia risk and different combinations of frequently used drugs for hypertension and cholesterol.