Single-Digit Prevention

by Volume 14, Number 9 Although 75% of healthcare expenditures in the United States are related to chronic disease management, only 3% is spent on the prevention of these chronic illnesses. Perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that only 8% of…

The Day After

by Volume 14, Number 8 How you feel today about what happened yesterday can affect your health ten years from now. This is the conclusion of a study recently published in Psychological Science by investigators from the University of California,…

Social Life

by Volume 14, Number 7 How rich is your social life? Do you have as many friends as most other people do? Do you tend to participate in as many social activities as others do? Homo sapiens is a social…

Guns

by Volume 14, Number 4 Perhaps there is no more politically contentious topic in the realm of behavior and health in the United States than gun ownership and firearm-related violence. The most recent advocacy for changes in gun control legislation…