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Gender Expression, Discrimination, and Health Among U.S. Adolescents and Young Adults: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches
Young people who are perceived as transgressing societal gender norms—that is, who have a nonconforming gender expression—are at heightened risk of discrimination and violence victimization in the U.S., which can adversely ...
The Cardiometabolic Effects of Work and Family Stress
Work and family stress is increasingly pervasive in today’s workforce, and studies reveal that it may be related to worse employee cardiovascular health. However, it is unclear whether the combined stress from work and ...
Media, Health Communication, and the Cancer Risk Factors of Smoking and Obesity
Introduction: Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, and obesity is the second cause. Both are risk factors for various types of cancer. Specifically, smoking is linked to lung, esophageal, ...