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New Estimates Reassess Progress Toward Reducing Maternal and Under-5 Mortality

(2010) In April 2010, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IMHE), a research center at the University of Washington, released estimates showing unexpected declines in global maternal mortality compared with previous UN estimates.

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Disasters Raise Risk of a Homeless Undercount in 2020 Census

The 2020 Census count of people experiencing homelessness takes place in the middle of peak wildfire and hurricane seasons—and the coronavirus pandemic—making a complicated process even more challenging.

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The Dynamics of Latino Population Growth

(2010) Latinos are increasingly shaping the demographic makeup of the United States.

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PRB Discuss Online: Gender-Based Violence in the Congo

(2010) A new study conducted in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has revealed that perpetrators and victims of high rates of sexual gender-based violence in the region include large numbers of both men and women and are associated with increased post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, as well as physical health outcomes.

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Population Size Not Alone in Shaping Climate Impact; Aging and Urbanization Also Key

(2012) The impact of humans on climate is shaped by choices such as what we eat, where we live, how we travel, and how we heat our homes. Research has shown that all of these consumption patterns are influenced by various demographic characteristics, yet most projections of future emissions and related climate impacts focus only on population size.

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Will Rising Childhood Obesity Decrease U.S. Life Expectancy?

(2005) A new study contends that rising childhood obesity rates will cut average U.S. life expectancy from birth by two to five years in the coming decades—a magnitude of decline last seen in the United States during the Great Depression.

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