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February 22, 2012

Andrew Papachristos (Cohort 8) Center for Court Innovations

Connections Among People: Tracking and Preventing Violence through Social Network Analysis
February 21, 2012

David Van Sickle (Cohort 4) MobiHealthNews

Asthmapolis partners with Dignity Health
February 17, 2012

Matt Wray (Cohort 4) American Sociological Association

Trying to prevent suicides anywhere is a very tricky business, and  especially daunting
February 17, 2012

Lisa Berkman (Harvard University Site Director) Gallup

Social Support Linked to Health Satisfaction Worldwide ; Findings highlight risks of isolation in rich and poor countries alike
February 16, 2012

Dawn Alley (Cohort 4) Hartford Courant

Medicare expenses growing faster for obese seniors
February 16, 2012

Thomas Fuller - Rowell (Cohort 9) Cornell Chronicle

Obama's election changed racial identity of black students
February 13, 2012

Jonathan Samet (National Advisory Committee) Global News

Is WiFi harmful? Some experts say it's nothing to worry about
February 9, 2012

Sacoby Wilson (Cohort 3) GREATER Greater Washington

The Anacostia should be a community asset: a river safe for swimming and fishing, per the federal Clean Water Act.
February 8, 2012

Sarah Gollust (Cohort 6) The Atlantic, Health

Diabetes is big business, and many have been convinced that managing it forever is their only option. But it is possible to cure the disease.
February 6, 2012

Gina Lovasi & jimi adams (Cohort 4) ScienceDirect - Social Networks

Social processes take place within particular contexts. In recent years, the nature of those contexts, the dimensions that define them, and their effects on social processes have (re-)gained attention among social and behavioral scientists.

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