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SC CTSI-Supported Study Shows 1 in 5 children in the U.S. Enter School Overweight or Obese

As National Childhood Obesity Month begins, USC experts talk healthy habits and explain how sugar intake and diet affect the brain.

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Spanish-language forum sheds light on mental health services - and how they can help

USC professor leads community event advising people how they assist loved ones

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SC CTSI-Supported Study Looks at depression and disability in aging Latinos

Researcher Maria Aranda never left the east side of Los Angeles, a community where she was born and raised and where she’s now doing research aimed at helping an older generation of Latinos.

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SC CTSI Publishes Handbook On Uses of Digital and Traditional Media to Recruit Study Participants

The latest in a series of SC CTSI "toolkit" publications for clinical investigators details techniques to connect with study populations in all communities.

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SC CTSI Launches Digital Scholar Webinar Series

The training series introduces health researchers to digital science approaches.

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SC CTSI Voucher Program Enables Expansion of Study on Infant Motor Development for Children at Risk

The study, directed by USC physical therapy researcher Beth Smith, will delve into the little-understood area of the relationship between caregiver-child interaction and motor skills development.

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SC CTSI Develops New Manuals to Help Researchers Engage Diverse Communities in Clinical Studies

Manuals provide toolkits for strategies to guide researchers as they partner with community members, recruit participants, and involve community voices in research design.

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SC CTSI Pioneers Innovative Promotora-based Outreach Program to Increase Participation of Latinos

With Latinos seriously underrepresented in U.S. clinical studies, "Research Ambassadors" go into the community to educate, dispel myths, and discuss the value of participation in clinical studies.

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