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Randomized study shows that including data for legislators on the local economic impact of an issue can encourage engagement, but it varies by party
NYU's “Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program" will conduct pioneering research on the nature and intrinsic value of non-human minds, including those of animals and artificial intelligences.
In rural communities, structural and community factors during the pandemic have increased anxiety, depression, and loneliness and altered drug use behaviors
Copycat edibles increase risk for accidental ingestion by children, include high THC content
Research by GPH’s Jonathan Purtle says that earmarking state taxes on recreational sales is an underused strategy for financing mobile psychiatric crisis units, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and more.
Seizures of pills containing fentanyl increased 834% between 2018-2021, putting many at risk for unintentional exposure and overdose
Leading epidemiologist and public health professional joins NYU from Michigan State University
Four studies—from creating artificial cell-like structures to COVID-19 modeling—were chosen for the bracket-style competition of the year’s most innovative science and medicine research