Violence is a significant public health problem in the United States and around the world, affecting people from all walks of life. AIR supports the social media presence of the CDC project VetoViolence, which aims to stop violence before it starts.
Experts with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) will explore a variety of health communications topics during the 10th annual National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media in Atlanta, Ga., August 23-25.
This long, hot summer could use some good news. And we have it. Teen pregnancy, alcohol and tobacco use by students, children’s exposure to second-hand smoke, motor vehicle-related child deaths, and the rate at which young people are victimized by serious crimes have reached 20-year lows. In this blog post, ...
A team of experts with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) worked closely with the National PTA and Cable in the Classroom in developing a guide for families to help deal with the effect media can have on children.