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2024
February
06,
2024
| 17:01 PM America/New_York
Ohio State researchers have found that special-event drinking does affect parenting behavior – but in different ways depending on the event.
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January
30,
2024
| 09:43 AM America/New_York
A neighborhood alcohol control project in Sacramento that reduced cases of child abuse and neglect soon after implementation still had a positive impact seven years later, a new study found.
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2023
December
13,
2023
| 10:03 AM America/New_York
Parents who drank alcohol while watching the Super Bowl were more likely than those who abstained to use aggressive discipline on their children during the game, a new study shows.
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November
27,
2023
| 07:46 AM America/New_York
Despite the many challenges they face, slightly more than half of unmarried low-income couples with children have positive co-parenting relationships, a new study found.
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November
07,
2023
| 11:24 AM America/New_York
Farming is already a stressful occupation, but the stress is compounded for nontraditional beginning farmers, a small study in the Midwest suggests.
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October
16,
2023
| 08:12 AM America/New_York
When both mothers and fathers in low-income families are responsive to the needs of their children, good things happen, a recent study found.
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October
05,
2023
| 07:53 AM America/New_York
One treatment each of two psychedelic drugs lowered depression and anxiety and improved cognitive functioning in a sample of U.S. special operations forces veterans who sought care at a clinic in Mexico, according to a new analysis of the participant...
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August
29,
2023
| 08:11 AM America/New_York
Among the negative impacts of extreme weather events around the world is one that most people may not think of: an increase in child marriages.
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May
16,
2023
| 14:32 PM America/New_York
To limit the damage of extreme weather, communities need to know who is at risk and how they can be better prepared, an expert says.
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April
18,
2023
| 13:26 PM America/New_York
About one in five cases of child abuse and neglect is committed by both mothers and fathers, but nearly all the research attention has been focused on when just one parent is involved.
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March
23,
2023
| 09:23 AM America/New_York
A new national study found that housing is important before disasters happen: People with homes not meeting federal quality classifications and those who are housing insecure tend to be less prepared to face natural calamities....
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February
23,
2023
| 11:05 AM America/New_York
A more mystical and insightful psychedelic drug experience may be linked to an enduring reduction in anxiety and depression symptoms, according to a new study.
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2022
December
05,
2022
| 16:04 PM America/New_York
States that restricted access to federal welfare benefits had higher numbers of child neglect victims and more children who were placed in foster care, a new national study found.
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August
22,
2022
| 12:07 PM America/New_York
A new national survey reveals considerable differences between psychiatrists’ perceptions about the safety and therapeutic value of certain psychoactive drugs and how those same drugs are categorized under U.S. policy....
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June
16,
2022
| 12:01 PM America/New_York
A new academic center in the College of Social Work at The Ohio State University aims to fill two gaps in the burgeoning field of study into psychedelic drugs: focusing research on populations and psychological disorders underrepresented in current s...
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March
23,
2022
| 12:05 PM America/New_York
Ohio State University Executive Vice President and Provost Melissa L. Gilliam announced David A. Jenkins has accepted an offer to serve as dean of the College of Social Work.
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March
01,
2022
| 07:44 AM America/New_York
Alcohol use by parents of young children was related to how many bars and restaurants were near where they shopped, where they worked and where their children went to school, a new study finds.
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January
24,
2022
| 08:06 AM America/New_York
Neighborhoods with more opioid overdoses have higher rates of child welfare investigations and confirmed cases of child maltreatment, a new study in Ohio finds.
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2021
July
12,
2021
| 08:31 AM America/New_York
The Ohio State University is working with community partners to bring on a full-time social worker dedicated to helping housing-vulnerable people in the off-campus area. The hiring is one of several university initiatives designed to support the neig...
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June
04,
2021
| 08:24 AM America/New_York
New research suggests that African American families living in public housing are a “hidden population” when it comes to national suicide prevention efforts.
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March
22,
2021
| 08:11 AM America/New_York
New research identifies personality traits that have been associated with positive and negative experiences on psychedelics in previous studies, information that could help predict how future clinical trial participants will respond to the drugs. ...
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March
04,
2021
| 12:06 PM America/New_York
For Black girls in the juvenile justice system, attention from a caregiver might amount to too much of a bad thing, a recent study suggests.
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2020
December
28,
2020
| 10:24 AM America/New_York
A single positive experience on a psychedelic drug may help reduce stress, depression and anxiety symptoms in Black, Indigenous and people of color whose encounters with racism have had lasting harm, a new study suggests. ...
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June
15,
2020
| 15:10 PM America/New_York
An Ohio State University undergraduate and U.S. Marine Corps veteran has been named a 2020 Tillman Military Scholar. Tom Wike is a senior working toward an undergraduate degree in social work with plans to earn a master’s degree. He is one of 60 scho...
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May
13,
2020
| 13:22 PM America/New_York
Job skills training for low-income youth does more than just help them get better jobs – it makes them significantly less likely than others to use some illicit drugs, even 16 years later.
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April
08,
2020
| 13:29 PM America/New_York
Medical marijuana users who say they have high levels of pain are more likely than those with low pain to say they use cannabis three or more times a day, a new study finds.
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February
24,
2020
| 10:48 AM America/New_York
A new study shows that physical abuse of children in high-risk homes, especially when they’re toddlers or teens, dramatically increases the odds that their adolescent experimentation with cigarettes will lead to a heavy smoking habit. ...
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2019
September
06,
2019
| 11:04 AM America/New_York
Suicide is becoming more common in America, an increase most pronounced in rural areas, new research has found.
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July
17,
2019
| 05:45 AM America/New_York
Sorry, marijuana moms and dads: Using pot may not make you a more relaxed parent, at least when it comes to how you discipline your children.
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May
09,
2019
| 13:39 PM America/New_York
Transportation is changing. Cars can run on electricity, and tell us whether we are too distracted while we drive. Buses offer free wi-fi. Ride-sharing is ubiquitous. Bike-commuting is in vogue. Decades from now, the way people move through their ...
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