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Florida’s uninsured rate for children, while still higher than the national
average, is at an all-time low of 6.2 percent.1 This progress is the result of many years of
work enrolling children in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. More
recently the implementation of the...
This article analyzes education demand, competencies and credentials, earnings,
and demographic distribution of the nursing workforce in the United States. It finds
that nursing remains an oasis of opportunity for women, paying wages above the national
average and offering well-developed career...
I follow recent research (e.g., Baker, Krieger, and LeRoy, 2016; Barry et al.,
2017; Błachnio and Przepiórka, 2018; Wegmann et al., 2017) showing that the fear of
missing out is associated with depressive signs, apprehensive attention, and physical manifestations.
Using data from Gallup, GfK,...
This paper offers a synthesis of available evidence of the Facebook addiction
research field. Facebook allows users to strengthen their self-esteems on the basis of immediate
reaction from possibly numerous persons. Particular features of Facebook utilization
have beneficial consequences on a...
A growing body of research suggests that Facebook addiction is associated
adversely with broad-mindedness, affability, emotional cohesion, extraversion, and diligence.
The maladaptive utilization of Facebook may generate adverse societal repercussions:
social seclusion, relationship distrust,...
I rely on recent literature (e.g., Buglass et al., 2017; Oberst et al., 2017; Wanga
et al., 2018) to prove that the FoMO notion may clarify the link between mental health
issues and problematic SNS or smartphone utilization. Using data from CivicScience,
Deloitte, The Economist, EY Straits Times...
This article reviews recent literature (e.g. Cahill and Makadon, 2013; Friedman
et al., 2014; Gaither et al., 2017; Maragh-Bass et al., 2017; Martos, Wilson, and Meyer,
2017; Ruben et al., 2017; Veldhuis et al., 2017) concerning health disparities by gender and
sexual orientation identity. Using...
The current study supports previous research (e.g. Abbasi and Alghamdi,
2017; Brailovskaia and Margraf, 2017; Casale and Fioravanti, 2018; Frison et al., 2018;
O’Sullivan and Hussain, 2017; Turel, Brevers, and Bechara, 2018; Vanman, Baker, and
Tobin, 2018; Young et al., 2017) claiming that more...
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