Since Last We Spoke, 9/16/13

I awoke in Japan this Tuesday morning (way too early) to news from my spouse that all of our friends are okay and accounted for at the Navy Yard, so I am grateful for that blessing, and also angry and horrified at the violence in a place where I have spent a significant amount of time professionally. There are plenty of links to the shooting and there will be much to read in its aftermath, so I am going to forgo that here, and share instead what I’ve been reading since last we spoke:

New Directions in Child Abuse and Neglect Research (IOM)

Rates of physical and sexual child abuse appear to have declined; child neglect shows no decline (Medicalxpress)

6 Tips on Designing the Perfect Remote Office (Lifehack)

Higher Hospital Costs Linked to Triage Decisions (RWJF)

How highly sensitive, wearable thermometers could change digital health (Mobihealth News)

7 Ways to Cut Stress for More Success in Just 15 Minutes (Fast Company)

No need for a checkup—and 14 more things physicians shouldn’t recommend (The Daily Briefing)

Sick, injured, untreated: Syrians suffer fallout of assault on medical care (Women Under Seige)

Turning to Community, Indian Women Are Organizing to Fight Sexual Violence (truthout)

The Five Kinds of Street Harassers I Met In Washington D.C. This Weekend (Clutch)

The High, Hidden Cost of Gun Violence (The Atlantic)

Taking antibiotics you don’t really need might kill you (Washington Post)

Living on the Edge: The Conflict and Trauma that Lead to Teen Parent Homelessness (Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy)

When Nurses Bond With Their Patients (NY Times)

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