I wrote this for C-HIT. Onward.
As far as the Zika virus goes? No. It’s not. I wrote this for CT Health Investigative team.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a stunning report that says that since 1999, suicide in the U.S. has increased by 24 percent. Particularly hard hit are girls between the ages of 10 and 14. Who thinks of girls that young having suicidal thoughts? But there’s at least a partial explanation, and I wrote …
I wrote this for C-HIT.
There are all kinds of theories, but only one of them is benign. I wrote this for the CT Health Investigative Team, which celebrates its fifth birthday this month.
This semester, which began in late August, I taught five college courses — one at Central Connecticut State University, and four as a full-time faculty member at University of New Haven. I counted up once, and that meant that — unless there was a rare holiday — I stepped into a class prepared to lecture, cajole, …
A new Ohio State University study says that after a baby comes home, both parents know their workload is increased, but the father’s workload increased by just 40 minutes a day, while the mother’s workload increased by an average of two hours. You can read more here, on CT Health Investigative Team.
And next to no consideration of how concussions affect women? I wrote this for Connecticut Health Investigative Team, C-HIT. Once again, it looks like the research money goes to the dudes.