Americans’ Biggest Source of Anxiety? Hint: It’s Not COVID

Anxiety over the US economy intensified in June, with 87% of Americans reporting they are anxious or very anxious about inflation, up eight percentage points from the previous month, results from a new national report from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) show. “The economy seems to have supplanted COVID as a major factor in Americans’ … Read more

The ‘Privilege’ of Unpaid Work in Academia: Friend or Foe

A job posting about an unpaid assistant adjunct professor position in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, Los Angeles caused a recent upheaval in the academic community. The position required applicants to have a PhD in chemistry or biochemistry, previous teaching experience at a university level, as well as three … Read more

Relationship Violence Affects More Than a Quarter of Women

More than 1 in 4 women (27%) between the ages of 15 and 49 years have experienced physical and/or sexual violence in a relationship, research suggests. The estimate is based on information from the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) global database on the prevalence of violence against women. The findings by Lynnmarie Sardinha, PhD, research fellow … Read more