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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. 
April 16, 2012

Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 4) The Daily Pennsylvanian

For the third year in a row, Philadelphia proves to be the state’s least healthy county.
April 13, 2012

Wizdom Powell Hammond (Cohort 3) Ebony News and Views

Is Acting Like "a Man" Bringing Brothers Down?
April 12, 2012

Rebecca Thurston (Cohort 1) USNews - Health

Millions of middle-aged women experience it: that sudden onset of intense heat, sweating and flushing known as a hot flash
April 12, 2012

Matt Wray (Cohort 4) Los Angeles Times

The state's suicide rate has long been high, but when the recession hit, the despair skyrocketed.
April 11, 2012

Cassandra Okechukwu (Cohort 6) EurekaAlert

Social ties have mixed impact on encouraging healthy behaviors in low-income areas
April 11, 2012

Alexander Tsai (Cohort 8) PlosMedicine

Understanding how food insecurity among women gives rise to differential patterning in HIV risks is critical for policy and programming in resource-limited settings.
April 4, 2012

Jason Block (Cohort 5) The Atlantic

Many insurers don't cover it, and most people who qualify are afraid to get the procedure, but bariatric surgery has proven to be effective.

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