Beyond Just a “Phase:” Acknowledging the Role of Diversity and Culture in Mental Health

In a piece for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's New Connections blog, Abt's Tara Earl reflects on the role that diversity and culture play in mental health.

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Categories: U.S. Health

Is Poverty Falling Over the Long Run?

While overall poverty has decreased recently, trends in the last decades differ widely across age groups. For an explanation, look to welfare reform and Social Security.

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Are Voters More Polarized? The Answer is Complicated

As we head into what seems to be one of the most vitriolic presidential elections in recent history, we need to ask ourselves a central question: Is the American electorate now more deeply divided than before, even polarized beyond repair?

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