Evidence. Outreach. Action.
Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion and Population Health
This data slice uses data from the 2022 National Wellbeing Survey to explore the prevalence of depression and anxiety among U.S. adults ages 18-64.
November 2023 | Download Brief
Jennifer Karas Montez, Kent Jason G. Cheng, and Jacob M. Grumbach
This brief summarizes a study examining how changes in electoral democracy in the 50 states predicted changes in the risk of death among adults ages 25-64 during 2000-2019.
June 2023 | Download Brief
This brief describes demographic and geographic differences in fatal drug overdose rates from 1999-2020.
March 2023 | Download Brief
Population Health Brief Series
Research by Lerner affiliates is regularly funded by the National Institutes of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Russell Sage Foundation and many other federal agencies and foundations. The Lerner Center also funds population health research at Syracuse University through its Faculty Fellows Program.
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