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Effects of Depression on Contraceptive Behavior
Julia Steinberg will use an NICHD K01 grant to investigate the impact of depression throughout the reproductive cycle
Located in Research / Selected Research
Philip Cohen comments on American's new marriage trend in NBC News
Social media adds to the pressure of a perfect marriage
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Reproductive readiness predicts a woman’s non-use of contraception in the postpartum months in U.S.
Michael S. Rendall and Monica L. Caudillo examine reproductive readiness in U.S. Women’s Postpartum Non-Use of Contraception
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Rashawn Ray featured in Vox on how black males vote in the presidential campaign
Huge gender gap among black voters for Trump
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Monica Das Gupta quoted in LiveMint on India's Lagged Public Health System
Decades of neglect have left India’s public health system with a very weak arsenal to fight and eliminate contagious diseases
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Liana Sayer featured in WFMJ News on Parenting under Coronavirus Impact
The closings and quarantines prompted by the coronavirus outbreak have given some families more time together.
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Marian Moser Jones featured in The Conversation on State Emergency facing COVID-19
Following Donald Trump’s declaration of a federal state of emergency, every state had also declared a state of emergency over COVID-19.
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Marian Moser Jones featured in FiveThirtyEight on how COVID-19 can affect political campaigns in U.S.
Presidential campaign may be severely affected with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the public life in different ways, but history shows U.S. can manage the election during rough times
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Katharine Abraham featured in The New York Times on Coronavirus Depression
The U.S. government is trying to build, at great speed, a three-legged stool to prevent long-lasting economic depression from the Coronavirus outbreak
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Standard measures of Unemployment make U.S. labor market looks a bit too tight
Katharine Abraham and John Haltiwanger examine U.S. labor market tightness by addressing the limitations of the standard measures
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