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Broad evidence now supports the potential of school-based services for the treatment of a wide range of child mental health problems


Special issue of the Journal of Cancer Policy to launch after the 3rd EORTC Cancer Survivorship Summit


New study of nearly 14,000 individuals finds reassuring lack of evidence of the effect of infrequent, relatively light use of marijuana on kidney function, reports The American Journal of Medicine


Bites, kicks, and stings from farm animals, bees, wasps, hornets, and dogs continue to represent the most danger to humans, according to a new study in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine


Storms may be more powerful – and more damaging – than previously shown


Research published in Materials Today reveals how to make highly-efficient solar cells, more stable than previous devices made with related materials


Two reports published in Biological Psychiatry demonstrate an approach to use electronic health records to investigate the biological basis of neuropsychiatric symptoms


BUCM expertise will help enrich and enhance existing Elsevier content; opening new resources up to users as research and evidence about traditional Chinese medicine grows


A genome-wide association study in Biological Psychiatry investigates the biological origins of opioid dependence in European-Americans


Report on famine trends published in Political Geography wins Elsevier’s Atlas award for January 2018


Successful preschool nutrition education programs should simplify information into developmentally appropriate concepts, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Turning data from salmon ear stones into sound can help citizen scientists track their movement



Discordant students are 70 percent more likely to have had suicidal ideas or to have made suicide attempts, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Compared with whites, blacks have a higher risk of developing an ischemic stroke whether the stroke occurred before or after an initial AF diagnosis, report scientists in a new population-based study published in HeartRhythm