Hepatitis C affects millions of people nationwide, but the disease is especially prevalent in prisons.
Science & Research
Females are often in the minority across science, technology, engineering and math departments at Brown.
Only 33 percent of University faculty members are female, an imbalance even more stark in the physical sciences, where women make up 15 percent of faculty.
While there has been a large effort to close the gender gap in STEM over the last 50 years, the disparity continues to divide departments at Brown.
Physician attentiveness and communication have a strong relationship with the quality of the care for nursing home residents, according to U. researchers.
The film shows not only the disease’s biological toll but also its associated deterioration of personal relationships.
An interdisciplinary team including a University researcher recently published a paper examining how feedback loops influence ecosystem changes.
Do children believe in free will? They believe more and more as they grow older, according to a new psychology research study.
While “pregaming” before a party is an integral part of many college students’ social scenes, it could have more adverse consequences than are expected.
Researchers outline diagnosis criteria for pregnant women with headaches. Geobaramoter developed to better understand supervolcanoes.