“Resilience is Low among Both Military and Non-Military Populations with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder” This data slice uses data from the National Wellbeing Survey to examine resilience among U.S. working-age adults with and without PTSD by their relationship to the military.
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“The Chances of Dying Young Differ Dramatically Across U.S. States” If current conditions remain constant in southern states such as West Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma, more than 1 in 5 people born in them will not survive to age 65.
“COVID-19 Negatively Impacted Health and Social Relationships among Working-Age Adults with Disabilities” This research brief shows that working-age adults (18-64) with personal care and mobility difficulty faced worse health and social impacts than their peers without activities of daily living (ADL) difficulty during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Population Health Brief Series
This series presents population health research findings to inform the public and policymakers.
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