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May 18, 2012

Magdalena Cerda (Cohort 3) ScienceDirect.com

Medical marijuana laws in 50 states: Investigating the relationship between state legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse and dependence
May 15, 2012

Jonathan Samet (National Advisory Committee) Medical Express

University of Southern California (USC) researchers and colleagues have found biological evidence that even a short-term reduction in air pollution exposure improves one's cardiovascular health.
May 10, 2012

Malo Hutson (Cohort 4) Richmond Confidential

North Richmond is a unique Bay Area community poised for growth and investment in the coming years.
May 9, 2012

Janet Tomiyama (Cohort 7) Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts, Generation at Risk

Generation at Risk: Joining Forces to Fight Childhood Obesity" follows multiple community and university initiatives in their collective fight against childhood obesity.
May 7, 2012

Dominick Frosch (Cohort 1) Fierce Healthcare

In a step backwards for shared decision-making, many patients surrender their authority to physicians because they fear being labeled "difficult," concludes a study from the Palo Alto (Calif.) Medical Foundation Research Institute.
April 30, 2012

Thomas LaVeist (Former National Advisory Committee) KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio

He calls these "the four great disparities," and says they must all be addressed in concert.
April 30, 2012

Allison Aiello (Cohort 1) StarTribune – Houston Chronical

Should you be washing your hands or bathing your children with antibacterial soap?
April 30, 2012

Matt Wray (Cohort 4) The Temple News Online

When the majority of people feel threatened by minorities in society, it is common to try to keep everything the same and eliminate change.
April 24, 2012

Amani Nuru-Jeter (Cohort 1) HEALTH CAL.ORG, Connecting the Capitol, community and places in between

If you’re poor, you are also more likely to be sick with chronic diseases.
April 23, 2012

Jonathan Samet (National Advisory Committee) PRNewswire / United Business Media

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women in the United States; having a five-year survival rate of only 15 percent. 

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