People living in rural US are more likely to smoke cigarettes and less likely to quit, according to a new study looking at data from 2010 to 2020.
Training “village doctors” to help patients manage high blood pressure helped people in hard-to-reach rural areas in China lower their blood pressure.
Knowing why and when youth in rural areas carry guns could help prevent firearm violence and injury, researchers say.
“We know it’s not just different demographics alone. It’s the structural, economic, and social factors that define those places…”
How can teachers explain climate change to kids in places where science and politics may be at odds? Educators have strategies that can bridge the divide.
Why do adults return to rural hometowns a decade or more after leaving? New research highlights three significant factors behind the decision.