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Good decisions require good data and information. Search the Resource Library for data and policy products on population, health, and environment issues. Browse collections, explore policy briefs, watch videos, and put the data in context.

Project: Center for Public Information on Population Research (CPIPR)

Climate Change and Pollution Affect How Communities Plan, Adapt, and Mitigate Risk

Environmental forces like wildfire, extreme heat, and pollution can have profound effects on our health, jobs, and decisions on where to live.

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Project: Appalachia: Demographic and Socioeconomic Trends

Appalachia’s Strengths and Vulnerabilities Before COVID Pandemic: New Report Offers Benchmark

Longstanding vulnerabilities suggest that some groups in Appalachia risk greater hardship related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Contraceptive Availability in Kawempe Division

The availability of contraceptive methods and sexual and reproductive health services in the Kawempe Division, Kampala , Uganda.

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Project: Strengthening Evidence-Based Policy to Expand Access to Safe Abortion (SAFE ENGAGE)

SAFE ENGAGE Policy Communications Resources

SAFE ENGAGE project supports constructive, data-driven policy dialogue, works with partners to co-create compelling, evidence-based materials, and offers training and technical support.

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Project: Strengthening Evidence-Based Policy to Expand Access to Safe Abortion (SAFE ENGAGE)

Avortement Faits et Chiffres

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Cities No Longer Lead Fertility Decline in Sub-Saharan Africa, New Research Reveals

Why would the shift to smaller families slow or stop in sub-Saharan African cities, where fertility remains so much higher than in other parts of the world?

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Project: Demography and Economics of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease

Racism-Related Stress Is Linked to Premature Aging and Chronic Disease

Experiencing racism damages a person’s health by triggering the release of stress hormones and a chain of biological events that cause premature aging, which in turn increase the risk of chronic disease.

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Project: Demography and Economics of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease

Unequal Health Care Access and Quality Contribute to U.S. Racial Health Disparities Among Older Adults

Older Black adults are less likely than their white peers to have private insurance and more likely to rely on Medicaid or Medicare as their only health insurance.

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Project: Demography and Economics of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease

U.S. Racial Health Disparities Among Older Adults Remain Despite Some Progress

As they age, Black adults experience more rapid decline in the body’s ability to recover from stress or damage, with social and economic factors contributing to this decline.

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