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October 9, 2012

Theresa Osypuk (Cohort 3) News at Northeastern

Moving from high- to low-poverty neighborhoods has more complex mental-health effects than previously thought.
October 5, 2012

Amelie Ramirez (National Advisory Committee) Susan G. Komen

31 Days of Impact – Day 5, Dr. Amelie Ramirez
September 29, 2012

David Van Sickle (Cohort 4) Stanford Medicine X

Stanford Medicine X is an exciting new program looking to emerge technologies at the intersection of health care.
September 24, 2012

Jason Block (Cohort 5) Med Page Today

Many parents buy large meals for their school-age children at fast food restaurants, and they tend to underestimate how many calories are actually in the food.
September 21, 2012

Janet Tomiyama (Cohort 7) UPI.com

Higher levels of stress predict greater body weight in black and white girls, but it may have a larger impact on black girls.
September 20, 2012

Jennifer Karas Montez (Cohort 9) The New York Times

For generations of Americans, it was a given that children would live longer than their parents.
September 18, 2012

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) Chattanooga News TimesFreePress.com

A Big Mac and large order fries now comes with an extra dose of reality as McDonald's rolled out its new menu boards with calories counts on Monday.
September 17, 2012

Michelle McMurry-Heath (Cohort 2) Food and Drug Administration

Emerging technology may be the rock star of regulatory science.
September 13, 2012

Margaret Sheridan (Cohort 5) Wired Science

Science is painting a dramatic picture of how childhood neglect damages developing brains, so stunting them that neglect might be likened to physically violent abuse.
September 11, 2012

Christopher Wildeman (Cohort 6) Vera Institute of Justice

Christopher Wildeman: "Incarceration and Population Health in Wealthy Democracies"

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