"Marketing language that obscures these health harms, even indirectly through questionable pro-environment claims, ought to be prohibited."
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"This group is essentially saying, 'I don't like giving compensation to kidney donors, but if you tell me it can save a lot of lives, then I'm for it.'"
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Though older Americans say they're scared of developing dementia, many haven't brought it up with their doctor, a survey finds.
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Do you trust the government? New research digs deeper than previous gauges to understand what people really think.
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"If we can't accurately measure those beliefs, we may be under- or overestimating their support for different solutions."
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You've surely answered whether you "strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree." That's the Likert Scale and it needs refinement.
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More than 70% of older adults in fair or poor health said their pet helps them cope with physical or emotional symptoms.
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Asking caregivers about whether their child has had diarrhea in the past week, rather than two weeks, offers a better public health snapshot.
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The number of Americans who think electronic cigarettes are as bad or worse than the real thing is up. That highlights the need for better info.
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