Most Recent Articles by Laurel Ranger
There are several concerns associated with produce prescription programs, despite the benefits to patients.
Employer-sponsored wellness programs can put physicians in an unenviable position.
While all the sexual minority groups had an increased risk for suicide attempt compared with heterosexuals, transgender youths were at the highest risk.
Systemic interventions are needed to address the "broad spectrum" of issues and challenges facing the food system in the United States.
The authors argue that these findings suggest that reducing shame among veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder may reduce the risk for suicide.
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