This population-based study using Nationwide Inpatient Sample data reports that the incidence rate of acute traumatic spinal cord injury in the United States remained relatively stable from 1993 to 2012 but, reflecting an increasing population, the total number of cases increased.
This randomized clinical trial analyzes the effect of screening for partner violence on women’s use of health services over 3 years.
The US Burden of Disease Collaborators used a systematic analysis of descriptive epidemiology of diseases and injuries, their sequelae, and risk factors or clusters of risk factors from 1990 to 2010 to describe the health status of the United States. In an editorial, Fineberg discusses the health of the US population.
This case series investigated the neuropathological and clinical features of deceased football players with chronic traumatic encephalopathy whose brains were donated for research.
This Viewpoint discusses the apparent association between a reduction of psychiatric beds and increasing suicide rates in the United States, and proposes an expansion of inpatient psychiatric treatment facilities as a component of a national suicide prevention strategy.
This study uses Centers for Disease Control and Prevention mortality and federal agency research funding data to compare funding for and publication of gun violence research with that for 30 other leading causes of death in the United States.
This cohort study evaluates whether prescription of psychotropic medications was associated with rates of violent reoffending in Swedish adults released from prison.
This Viewpoint describes how Medicare and Medicaid created gaps in inpatient and outpatient mental health services and discusses how pending health reform legislation might close these gaps.
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