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Global, Regional and National Trends in Statin Utilisation in High-Income and Low/Middle-Income Countries, 2015–2020
USC researchers examine recent trends and disparities in statin utilisation at the income group, regional and country levels.
Cannabis Regulations Inadequate Given Rising Health Risks of High-Potency Products
A new USC Schaeffer Center white paper shows how state-level cannabis regulations have weak public health parameters compared to other countries, leaving consumers vulnerable.
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