The researchers investigate socioeconomic, cognitive, and cultural barriers underling the racial/ethnic gap in bank account ownership among older adults.
This post discusses research on the life-cycle consequences of comprehensive early childcare programs.
Given the demographic changes occurring in the US, understanding the health problems that are affecting older Latinos is of increasing importance.
2015-2016 RCMAR Scholar and Associate Economist Maria Jose Prados quoted in Ed Source about a study on the lifetime consequences of early childhood education.
High statin use is associated with lower incidence of Alzheimer disease.
This study examines the relationship between informal social support from extended family and friends and suicidality among African Americans.