A study of beverage sales in Cook County, Illinois, shows that for four months in 2017 — when the county implemented a penny-per-ounce tax on both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened drinks — purchases of the taxed beverages decreased by 21%,
This study is the first to highlight family chaos as a mediator of asthma outcomes, with important clinical implications. Dr. Molly Martin, principal investigator of Asthma Action at Erie, is the study's senior author.
Jun Ma and colleagues report on what may be the first and largest randomized clinical trial of integrated collaborative care for coexisting obesity and depression. The researchers enrolled 409 participants in the RAINBOW study and report their 12-mon
New research by Rachel Gordon and colleagues examines academic anxiety, stereotypes, social status and social values reported by recent high school graduates and finds some new views not held by previous generations.