If 95% of people wear masks in public, approximately 130,000 American lives could be saved from the COVID-19 pandemic over five months this fall and winter.
The risk of hearing loss at some point in your lifetime increases with the number of cigarettes smoked. The risk of hearing loss decreases each year after quitting.
7-11 year-olds had a harder time responding to emotional cues when their sleep was restricted to six hours or less. The effects were stronger in kids with anxiety symptoms.
COVID-19 infection rates in children are significantly higher among racial and ethnic minorities and those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds in the United States.
Worry over mask shortages during the COVID-19 outbreak in Hong Kong led to sleep disturbances (insomnia, worsened sleep quality, difficulty falling asleep, and shortened sleep duration).
U.S. states with strict reproductive rights policies have higher rates of babies born with low birth weight. This association is stronger for babies born to Black mothers.