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Matt Dupre recently published a study on “Marital History and Stroke Survival” in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The paper has received international media attention, including NBC News, Reuters, US News & World Report, and the Daily Mail (UK).
Jen'nan Read in DukeToday. says “Depression gives a lopsided picture, it makes mental health look like a women’s issue.” Men seem to adhere to a societal stigma to remain “macho” and are less likely to open up about their feelings.
Kenneth Land, explores the research into how age-related changes at the individual level, along with other factors, contribute to morbidity, disability and mortality risks at the broader population level.
Chris Bail gave the keynote address to the Interfaith Banquet at the Democratic National Convention last month as well as a keynote address to the Islamic Society of North America’s Annual conference this past weekend.
Mark Chaves on how church business boomed briefly after 9/11 in DukeTODAY .
At ASA, Ed Tiryakian was presented a volume of essays, in honor of him, entitled "The Art and Science of Sociology". The festschrift has contributions from 12 world class scholars and was presented by co-editor Roland Robertson.
Linda George Named to Inaugural Class of Few-Glasson Society. The society recognizes graduates of the school who have distinguished themselves through their career accomplishments, the potential of their current endeavors, or their support for graduate students and graduate education at Duke.