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November 30, 2011

Sara Johnson (Cohort 3) BBC Two Horizons

Horizon reveals how the time in the womb could affect your health and personality.
November 30, 2011

Dawn Alley (Cohort 4) José A. Pagán (Cohort 1) Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 3) Reverse Mortgage Daily

Foreclosure is not just a financial problem—it also has negative health implications for homeowners older than 50 who fall behind on their mortgages.
November 30, 2011

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) Insurance News

In the past two decades nutritionists, biologists, and doctors have become increasingly interested in the causes and prevention of obesity.
November 30, 2011

James Knickman (National Advisory Committee) PRNewswire

National Hispanic Health Foundation Honors Leaders and Awards its Annual Scholarships to Outstanding Health Professional Students
November 28, 2011

Tamar Mendelson (Cohort 2) The JHU Gazette

With an eye on the health of urban youth, The Johns Hopkins University will host a regional conference this week focused on addressing disparities in education.
November 25, 2011

Belinda Needham (Cohort 4) Fox

7 Surprise Reasons for Weight Gain
November 23, 2011

Eran Magen (Cohort 6) Psychology of Women Quarterly

Women Support Providers Are More Susceptible Than Men to Emotional Contagion Following Brief Supportive Interactions
November 21, 2011

Robert Aronowitz (UPenn Site Director) The New York Times

My friend’s mother got terrifying news after she had a mammogram.
November 21, 2011

Jeffrey Niederdeppe (Cohort 4) The Ashland Current

Every Great Lakes state warns people about eating toxic fish but officials are examining the risks of contaminants that aren’t covered under current advisories.
November 18, 2011

Sabrina McCormick (Cohort 5) Time

Maybe we should retire the term "global warming," which makes climate change sound like a nice, pleasant bath.

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