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New study says indoor tanning-related skin cancers contribute significantly to early deaths


Also publishes five additional immunology, virology and microbiology books


New literature review awards recognize excellence in dissertation writing


Titles honored with Textbook Excellence Awards, Most Promising New Textbook Award andWilliam Holmes McGuffey Longevity Award


New study highlights the need for heightened prevention and management of depression in psoriasis patients, reports the Journal of Investigative Dermatology


Current and former smokers suffering from illnesses like chronic lung or cardiovascular disease are more likely to use e-cigarettes, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


A Biological Psychiatry special issue


Care Planning, a 2017 KLAS Category Leader Award winner, to be featured with Elsevier’s other world-class clinical decision support solutions


Early-career researchers from Bangladesh, Ecuador, Ghana, Indonesia and Sudan honored for their work in engineering sciences


New topics in “Foodborne Diseases” include nanotechnology, bioterrorism and the use of foodborne pathogens, antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic resistance


Special Supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine highlights how applied public health research has been translated into policy and practice


New study indicates that sugar intake and uric acid concentration independently contribute to the incidence and progression of liver disease, reports the Journal of Hepatology


New study in CHEST found that analyzing medical data instead of billing codes gave a more accurate picture of septic shock trends


Unique resource benefiting practitioners and researchers in clinical psychology is one of five new psychology books published by Elsevier


A drop in the amount of time spent behind the wheel had little effect on how active Americans were, but did show a significant reduction in car crash deaths, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine