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Teen substance abuse
Substance abuse more likely among high schoolers with mental health issues
Researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health with collaborators at the Federal University of Sao Paulo studied the relationship between psychiatric symptoms and patterns of substance use among high school students in Brazil and found that respondents with clinically significant scores on a behavioral screening questionnaire were more likely to use alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana in the past month compared to those without symptoms.
Obesity on the rise
Obesity on the rise in adults with a history of cancer
Colorectal and breast cancer survivors and non-Hispanic blacks at highest risk for obesity
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Alcohol use by pregnant women
Health insurance coverage can lower odds of alcohol use by pregnant women
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Silvia S. Martins, MD, PHD
"I am a man:” Intersectionality, black heterosexual men, and sexual HIV risk
Lisa Bowleg, PHD
Professor of Applied Social Psychology
Department of Psychology
The George Washington University
Wednesday, September 14
Maria Glymour, ScD, MS
Epidemiologic research in Alzheimer's disease and dementia prevention
Maria Glymour, ScD, MS
Associate Professor
Departments of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
UCSF School of Medicine
Wednesday, October 19
July 28–August 29, 2016
A list of recent journal articles published by Columbia University’s epidemiology faculty.
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