Prenatal opioid exposure

A U study finds sparse data on how children fare after prenatal opioid exposure.

EXECUTION’S CENTENNIAL PROMPTS REVIEW

Adam Pritchard, a third-year law student, and attorney Kenneth Lougee reexamine the case of labor activist Joe Hill in the context of hearsay in a new journal article.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.

WITNESS MISIDENTIFICATION

What happens when eyewitnesses misidentify a crime suspect? The U’s S.J. Quinney College of Law event explores β€œEvidence-Based Decisions for Policy: The Case of Eye-Witness Identification.”

Should I be taking antibiotics?

For years, antibiotics were the go-to treatment for many medical conditions, but new evidence shows that the overprescribing or incorrect use of these medications can lead to worse infections and potential superbugs and even hurt your microbiome.

On the origins of COVID-19

The pandemic likely began when an infected animal passed the SARS-CoV-2 virus to a human at a live animal market in Wuhan, China.

IMPACT OF EARLY ABUSE AND NEGLECT

U researcher finds children who experience abuse and neglect early in life are more likely to have problems in social relationships and underachieve academically as adults.