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Leveraging Patients' Social Networks to Overcome Tuberculosis
Jessica Goldberg tests the effectiveness of new methods of enrolling patients in tuberculosis treatment by providing financial incentives for recruitment
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"Thick": Effects of Perceived Body Image on the Physical Health of Middle Class African-American Girls
Rashawn Ray works to establish a better understanding of obesity and body image among Black adolescent girls
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Gateway Testing: Can HIV Testing Rates Be Increased Through a Tuberculosis Awareness Campaign?
Vivian Hoffman explores new ways to increase HIV testing in Durban, South Africa
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Ambient Air Pollution, Chronic Stress, and Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Poor Birth Outcomes
Shenassa, Puett, Hofferth, and Hubacek investigate possible connections between pollution, stress, and poor birth outcomes
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Substance Use and the Aging Experiences of the Woodlawn Cohort: Pathways to the 50s
Kerry Green investigates the factors affecting health and substance use among mid-life African Americans
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Analyzing the effects of food supplementation and adherence support on food insecurity, time allocation, and quality of life indices of patients on antiretroviral treatment in the Free State Province, South Africa
Alok Bhargava investigates food insecurity, quality of life, and productivity among HIV patients receiving antiretroviral treatment in South Africa
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Assortative Mating and Autism Spectrum Disorder
New seed grant project headed by Judith Hellerstein investigates the causes of the rise in autism diagnoses
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Intergenerational time connections among grandparents, mid-life children, and grandchildren in global perspective
Liana Sayer explores cross-national patterns of intergenerational socio-economic participation and well-being in contemporary families
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Geographic Food Acquisition Choices within the SNAP Cycle
Mary Zaki aims to inform policy on food shopping costs for program users
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Causal Effects of Economic Conditions on Family Formation: Evidence from the Fracking Boom
Melissa Kearney aims to determine the influence of economic prospects on family formation among less educated men
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