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August 28, 2012

Alison Buttenheim (Cohort 7) Penn Nursing Science

Parents nervous about the safety of vaccinations for their children may be causing a new problem.
August 27, 2012

James Knickman (National Advisory Committee) HuffPost NY

"An Inconvenient Truth for health care"
August 27, 2012

Alison Buttenheim (Cohort 6) Skeptical Raptor's Blog - hunting pseudoscience in the internet jungle

New research shows vaccine denialists put others at risk
August 27, 2012

Jennie Brand (Cohort 2) Inside Higher Education

Most public high school graduates from Chicago who attend the city’s community colleges increase their odds of eventually earning a bachelor’s degree.
August 24, 2012

Alison Buttenheim (Cohort 6) Medical News Today

According to new research from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, parents are causing a new problem for their children by worrying about the safety of vaccinations: the comeback of their grandparents' childhood diseases.
August 21, 2012

Amelie Ramirez (National Advisory Committee) Salud Today

Hispanic adults were more likely to rate childhood obesity first, followed by “not enough exercise,” and also rated drug abuse higher than smoking and tobacco use.
August 8, 2012

Aric Prather (Cohort 8) HuffPost Healthy Living

A new study suggests a factor that could lower the potency of the vaccine -- and it has to do with a nightly activity.
August 8, 2012

Aric Prather (Cohort 8) The New York TImes

An observational study has found evidence that people who sleep less may be less likely to benefit from a vaccine.
August 7, 2012

Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 3) Science Daily

With Vacant Lots Greened, Residents Feel Safer
August 4, 2012

Sarah Gollust (Cohort 7) Jeffrey Niederdeppe (Cohort 3) University of Minnesota Advances from the School of Public Health

Over the last 30 years, obesity rates in Americans have doubled among adults and tripled among children.

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