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Cigarette package warning labels might not make a difference, as researchers find smokers do not make decisions based on their existence.
The authors of a new study look at the excess of single men due to the marriage market and gender imbalance in China as a cause of an increase in crime.
The connection between crime and immigration is not as solid as is portrayed in the media.
Exemptions to vaccines have played a large role in the reoccurrence of diseases previously thought to be under control in the United States.
Is it possible that delinquency can be both a cause and a consequence of weakened social bonds and low academic achievement?