Public Health Study Finds Stress Over Gender Roles Linked To Maladjustment In Girls
Published 1/22/2018 in News Hub
Stress over not conforming to feminine gender roles could make adolescent girls more vulnerable to substance abuse, risky sexual behavior, mood disorders and feelings of hopelessness, according to a study led by an instructor at Georgia State University.
Researchers Create Math Model For Understanding Brain Activity, Complex Data
Published 1/18/2018 in News Hub
Two researchers from Georgia State University have created a new mathematical model to help health researchers better process complex data that include numerous curves as variables.
Public Health Study Finds Sexual Minorities More Likely To Have Used E-Cigarettes
Published 1/16/2018 in News Hub
Lesbian, gay and bisexual adults are more likely than heterosexual adults to have tried e-cigarettes, according to a study led by tobacco researchers at the Georgia State University School of Public Health.