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January 7, 2013

David VanSickle (Cohort 4) PRNewsWire

2013 is going to be a turning point for digital health.
December 14, 2012

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) The Scientist

New research suggests that some smokers may carry a gene variant that makes them less likely to quit simply because cigarette taxes are raised.
December 11, 2012

Jeffrey Niederdeppe (Cohort 4) UPI.com

Many U.S. adults think cancer is a matter of luck or fate, but Internet use increases a positive outlook on cancer prevention and diagnosis.
December 10, 2012

Sabrina McCormick (Cohort 5) Science CoDex

Citizen science more than a century later: Ordinary people go online to track Gulf oil spill
December 6, 2012

Jooyoung Lee (Cohort 7) Chicago Reader

Another price of segregation: not just homicide, but countless walking wounded
December 5, 2012

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) RWJF Newsroom

Since the mid-1960s, the percentage of adult Americans who smoke has declined dramatically, in part because of tobacco taxes and other government policies aimed at discouraging smoking.
December 3, 2012

Annice Kim (Cohort 3) US News Health Day

U.S. law gives states, local governments the means to restrict advertising strategy and placement
November 30, 2012

Amy Non (Cohort 8) Vanderbilt University

For decades, researchers have struggled to identify the root causes behind racial disparities in health.
November 30, 2012

Haslyn Hunte (Cohort 4) Futurity.org

Blacks who feel mistreated and discriminated against are more likely to abuse alcohol and illegal drugs,
November 29, 2012

Michelle McMurry-Heath (Cohort 2) MedCity News

The 2012 LifeScience Alley Conference, “Today’s Science. Tomorrow’s Healthcare.”, will feature a New Technology Showcase sponsored by Mayo Clinic.

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