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Frustrated Women and Hopeful Men: The Gender Gap in Americans' Moods

America Is Less Divided Than We Think, Says Harris Poll's CEO

21% of Women Reported Switching Their Birth Control Method Post-Roe

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A Notable Sum Of Women Are Considering Permanent Contraception

High Gas Prices Are Discouraging Americans From Buying Cars Right Now

After Weeks of Declining Vaccination Rates in the U.S., They Went Back Up in June. Will the Momentum Last?

Teletherapy Aimed to Make Mental Health Care More Inclusive. The Data Show a Different Story

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Telehealth Holds Steady As Americans Warm to In-Person Medical Visits

Overall, telehealth use during the pandemic has remained constant, but teletherapy has struggled to become as widespread as expected over the last few months.

Your Pandemic Habits May Fade Away - But the Strength and Wisdom You Gained Won't

The CDC's New Mask Guidance May Be Motivating People to Get Vaccinated - But Not for the Reason You Might Think

The Coronavirus Brief Newsletter

Brief 3 min Read

The CDC’s new COVID-19 safety guidelines are making headlines, but are they making headway against stagnating vaccination rates?

From Free Beer to $100 Payments, States Are Incentivizing COVID-19 Vaccination. Will It Work?

Here's What Will Actually Convince People to Get Vaccinated

Brief 2 min Read

TIME and The Harris Poll Partner for Exclusive Polling Data on America’s Most Pressing Health Topics

You May Be Surprised by the Type of American Who is Postponing Basic Health Care During the Pandemic

Vaccine Hesitancy Is the Next Big Threat

Brief 2 min Read

Americans Haven’t Been Maintaining their Health During the Pandemic and Mental Health Has Taken Even More of a Backseat

Americans Are Neglecting Their Health During the Pandemic

Men Aren't Planning to Socially Distance This Holiday Season. The Results Could Be Devastating

A Third of Americans Avoid Certain Places Because They Fear Mass Shootings

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