Accurate and focused information about COVID-19 from credible sources reduces stigmatisation and stress, according to a world-first study led by Monash University. Foreigners, minorities, police and frontline workers were blamed for spreading the virus in India. The study was conducted during the first wave of the virus. Researchers say elements of stigmatisation are still valid as India battles a tragic second wave.
A new study from the University of Portsmouth calls for further government oversight to curb potential illegal activity through these zones.
Pediatric Academic Societies 2021 Virtual Meeting plenary session will bring together national experts on child poverty, racism and racial inequities, immigrant health, Native American culture, and environmental threats.
Limiting internet searches for investors increases stock market crash risk by 19%, a new study has found.
"Our results indicate that language ability and domain-general factors were predictive of verbal fluency in individuals with MS," summarized Dr. Chiaravalloti. "Specifically, language ability played a significant role. This could indicate that verbal fluency deficits in MS reflect underlying language impairment," she added, "Our findings further demonstrate the need for more comprehensive examination of language in people with MS."
A new paper in the Review of Economic Studies finds that diseases can change the social networks and affect the economic growth of countries for generations.
A recent study finds US companies that have a substantial number of employees in foreign jurisdictions with lower tax rates are more likely than their peers to "artificially" locate earnings in those jurisdictions - and the Internal Revenue Service is less likely to challenge these complex tax-planning activities.
What The Study Did: In this observational study of 3.4 million live births in 2018, criminalizing immigrant policies were associated with higher rates of preterm birth for Black women born outside the U.S., while inclusive immigrant policies were associated with lower preterm birth for all women born outside the U.S., particularly White women born outside the U.S.
International trade law expert Raj Bhala argues in two new studies that US trade sanctions against China are appropriate responses to Uyghur genocide, Hong Kong violations; should continue
The future superpower China has for long been heavily involved in Africa and now they have set their eyes on the Arctic. China shows great willingness and ability to adapt to gain influence.