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October 11, 2011

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) Spiked

A proposed ‘fat tax’ is not only illiberal but also daft - there’s ample evidence such taxes don’t improve health.
October 10, 2011

Natasha Shull (Cohort 1)ABC News net Australia

If it's technically feasible to use it for these purposes, why is it so difficult to use it to reduce problem gambling?
October 5, 2011

Jason Block (Cohort 5) USAToday

Teens often are clueless about the number of calories in fast-food meals, underestimating the amount by hundreds of calories, a new study shows.
October 3, 2011

Rachel Tolbert Kimbro (Cohort 4)

Mom's fear determines child's outdoor play
September 28, 2011

Scholar Interviews (2011 HSS Annual Program Meeting)

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health & Society Scholars program has released an engaging new video that features a series of interviews with current Scholars discussing their experiences in the program and their areas of research.
September 28, 2011

David Grande (Cohort 3)

How many doctors should a neighborhood have?
September 26, 2011

Jonathan Samet (National Advisory Committee) LATimes

A Closer Look: Setting a 'safer' ozone level
September 23, 2011

Margaret Hicken (Cohort 8)

Health Affairs Briefing: Disparities In Health And Health Care
September 22, 2011

Mark Pachucki (Cohort 8)

Study Shows Eating Patterns Are Shared in Social Circles

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