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A Review of Strategies Addressing Urban Youth Gun Violence
SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 -- WestEd issued the following news:
Researchers from WestEd and the American Institutes for Research (AIR) collaborated on an Aggression and Violent Behavior journal article summarizing their review of evaluations of strategies to address urban youth gun violence. Researchers' key findings include the following:
The use of street outreach workers to act as caseworkers is one of the more common strategies
The provision of positive supports to high-risk persons is a . . .
Air Force's Airlift Study Met Mandate Requirements
WASHINGTON, May 26 -- The Government Accountability Office released the following report highlight:
What GAO Found
Section112 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 required the Air Force to conduct a study on airlift. The Air Force contracted with RAND to conduct this study. RAND completed its study in December of 2012, and the Air Force submitted the study along with its report to the congressional defense committees in March 2013. We found that the airlift study . . .
ASPS Publicly Opposes Single-Payer Legislation in New York State
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., May 26 -- The American Society of Plastic Surgeons issued the following news release:
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons announced today its opposition to the New York State legislation (A.5062), which would create "New York Health." Under this bill, the New York government would assume control of paying for health care services, fundamentally altering the state's health care landscape.
"From what is known about the potential "New York Health", I'm able to l . . .
Hospice Use Linked to Fewer Depressive Symptoms for Surviving Spouses
NEW YORK, May 26 -- Mount Sinai Medical Center issued the following news release:
Spouses of patients receiving hospice for three or more days more frequently reported reduced depression symptoms, compared to surviving spouses of patients who did not receive hospice, according to a study led by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai published online today in JAMA Internal Medicine.
This is the first national study to examine depressive symptoms as an outcome for spouses . . .
New Study Reviews Use of Common Nutritional Supplement Isoflavone in Treatment of Uncontrolled Asthma
CHICAGO, May 26 -- The American Lung Association issued the following news release:
A new study from the American Lung Association Airways Clinical Research Centers (ACRC) Network examines if a common nutritional supplement will improve the health of those with poor asthma control.
Soy isoflavone nutritional supplements are commonly used to treat several chronic diseases, and some data has suggested they may be an effective treatment for patients with poor asthma control. A new study, "Eff . . .