Schaeffer Center experts and others follow participants into late midlife as well as their children into adulthood to study the impacts of early childhood education programs.
A new white paper published by the USC Schaeffer Center focuses on multi-cancer, early detection, (MCED) blood-based tests as one solution to reduce disparities in late-stage cancer diagnosis among minority populations.
A new study in Health Affairs finds one-third of neighborhoods in the largest US cities are pharmacy deserts with most located in Black and Latino neighborhoods.
Slightly more than half of those with incomes below 400% of the federal poverty level (FPL) were enrolled in nongroup policies that constitute minimum essential coverage.
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.
Single-use purchase limits of cannabis in states that have legalized typically allow for enough THC to supply a daily user for an entire month or more.
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula writes about strengths and weakness in the MORE Act along with additional policy ideas that could strengthen regulation and better protect consumers.
All application information must be submitted by the close of business on Friday, February 5, 2021.
In America today, the elderly report less pain than those in midlife. This is the mystery of American pain.
Declaring a multi-billion dollar industry illegal will only drive it underground. It will also make the health effects of vaping even more difficult to ascertain.