A new simulation of the dementia epidemic estimates the economic impact the disease has on households and public insurance programs and provides a tool for projecting the impact that different interventions could have.
A team of Brown students led by the University’s virtual reality artist-in-residence have created an immersive experience to expose new generations of students to a dramatic, historically important Revolutionary War event.
For 150 high-achieving students from low-income families, this week’s Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America Career Institute meant a chance to convene with prospective employers for four days of intensive career development.
As public health officials combat the opioid overdose epidemic, in part by reducing unnecessary prescribing, a study shows that drug manufacturers paid more than $46 million to more than 68,000 doctors over a 29-month period.
For years, researchers at Brown’s Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies have been studying the potential impact of reducing nicotine in cigarettes, a policy that has now been formally introduced by the FDA.