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Psychological effects of hurricanes still felt, researchers say

ST. THOMAS — Some children in the Virgin Islands — and adults, too — are still feeling psychological aftershocks from the 2017 hurricanes, researchers said. As part of the release of the Kids Count re... read more

Ripples of Parkland, Fla., school shooting still felt in Pennsylvania a year later

Officials say it may have already prevented ... “We also need to understand the psychological effects of that on children and that still, relatively speaking, school shootings are rare and ... read more

Researcher finds the psychological effects of identity theft lingers with victims

One of the fastest growing crimes in the world, law enforcement officials say identity theft is thought to ... Provided by University of Alberta Citation: Researcher finds the psychological effects of ... read more

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Of Stress and Inequality

They update this previous research to demonstrate ever more strongly that ... over the extent to which inequalities in the past have had the same effect. For instance, they say “the rise of inequality ... read more


Death, statistics and a disaster zone: the struggle to count the dead after Hurricane Maria

Intense controversies surround studies of how many people perish in conflicts and disasters, but researchers ... hurricane, when the US Army Corps of Engineers was still clearing remote mountain roads ... read more

The Feds are spending $48 million to move his village. But he doesn't want to go

Then came Hurricanes Isidore and Lili and the homes had to be put on higher stilts. By the time Gustav smashed through, most of the houses had been lifted. But still this land ... that's when some of ... read more

PHT Morning Skate: Why Bruins should target Stone; Should Flyers trade for Talbot?

(Columbus Dispatch) • The acquisition of Nino Niederreiter has changed the way the Carolina Hurricanes will ... It was so emotional,” said Schmier, who still remains impressed at the level ... read more

We all know pain, but what is it really?

According to an article by behavioral science reporter Eric Jaffe in Observer, published by the Association for Psychological Science, it is not quite accurate to say that physical and social pain are ... read more

Quick Facts: Hurricane Maria's Effect on Puerto Rico

Many others will stay to help Puerto Rico recover. But they still need a lot of support, from basic essentials, electricity, and clean water to the hard, long-term work of recovery. And the 2018 hurri... read more

The composer behind 2018’s best movie score on what you did and didn’t hear

Barry will say he’s hearing brass and ... When we put it up against the picture, it just felt like it was missing something, and we couldn’t figure out exactly what. There was this idea I’d had of: wh... read more

Exposed to a deluge of digital photos, we’re feeling the psychological effects of image overload

Twenty-four percent of U.S. teens say they’re online “almost ... Meanwhile, through her research, psychologist Linda Henkel has encountered what she describes as the “photo-taking impairment effect” – ... read more

It's Complicated: Docs Say Gender-Questioning Kids Need Better Science

And yet, a number of groups felt compelled to do ... do "not consider longer term effects, including the difficult issue of de-transition. "Patients need high quality research into the benefits and ha... read more



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