Those people sitting on the floor in the Capitol are telling us the fight for greater gun safety is not over. Join us in calling on your Senators to pass the Terrorist Firearms Prevention Act of 2016. http://ow.ly/jw1k301xnJa
In the aftermath of the #Orlandoshooting, join APA and major medical and public health organizations in calling on Congress to support common sense measures to reduce #gunviolence! Later today, the Senate will vote on a series of vital amendments. You don’t have to be a member to let your voice be heard. http://ow.ly/9CGl301scwl
More than 15 percent of jails routinely shackle women during and right after they give birth – even though it’s a serious health risk for mother and baby, and many states limit the practice. Why? Find out more in this month’s issue of APA’s Monitor on Psychology magazine. http://ow.ly/7lTN301xenh
Research finds that while (in general) nonparents appear to be happier than parents around the world, the gap is particularly significant in the United States. What cultural/societal factors may contribute to this happiness gap?
In the aftermath of the #Orlandoshooting, join APA and major medical and public health organizations in calling on Congress to support common sense measures to reduce #gunviolence! Next week, the Senate will vote on a series of vital amendments. Now is the time to let your voice be heard! Send an Action Alert Now! http://ow.ly/w9Rx301nw2v
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