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Physiological data from wearable devices improves COVID-19 diagnosis prediction compared to self-reported symptoms alone
Prenatal choline levels in children of Black American women may indicate potential predisposition for future mental illness risk
Electronic cigarettes may predispose adolescents to smoking cigarettes, even if they have no prior intention to smoke

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Research Spotlights June 2019
Research Spotlights June 11, 2019

Research Spotlights June 2019

Youth suicide rates in the U.S. increasing, especially in younger girls; What has happened to the “golden rule”? Shifting moral rules and insights into social decision-making; Researchers make strides in treating depression in Parkinson’s Disease

Research Spotlights April 2019
Research Spotlights April 4, 2019

Research Spotlights April 2019

Social isolation-associations with physical activity and sedentary behavior; Predicting the health risks of adverse childhood experiences; it’s complicated; Can genetics determine your cigarette preference? African Americans and menthol cigarette use

Research Spotlights March 2019
Research Spotlights March 7, 2019

Research Spotlights March 2019

Physiological indicators for personalized medicine: Toward optimal behavioral interventions for at-risk children To be or not to be virtuous; is it in our genes? Emotional control may be key to managing type 1 diabetes in adolescents Physiological indicators for personalized medicine: Toward opti ...

Research Spotlights February 2019
Research Spotlights February 4, 2019

Research Spotlights February 2019

Interactive online HIV-prevention program reduces STIs in young men who have sex with men; Brain Reactivity to Facial Expressions May Explain Why Some Disadvantaged Young Adults Experience Different Socioeconomic Outcomes Despite Similar Resources; Group Therapies: Efficacious and Cost-Effective Int ...

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