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November 12, 2009

David Grande (Cohort 3) Comments on Novartis' emotional pitch for Prevacid - America Public Media, Marketplace

Novartis is launching a big campaign for a new version of its heartburn drug Prevacid.
November 11, 2009

Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 3) WHYY News and Information

A University of Pennsylvania exhibit combines the photographs and words of city residents to help answer the question: Is Philadelphia a healthy place to live?
November 10, 2009

Jennifer Dowd (Cohort 4) Quoted in the Los Angeles Times - Health

FDA commissioner reassures doctors about swine flu vaccine safety
November 9, 2009

Eran Magen (Cohort 6) Psychology Today

Increasing self-control by appreciating nothing - Psychology Today
November 2, 2009

Sara McLanahan (National Advisory Committee) The New York Times

Fathers Gain Respect From Experts (and Mothers)
October 31, 2009

Natasha Dow Schull (Cohort 1) - The Belmont Citizens Herald

Budget, politics have changed, but divisions remain on expanded gambling
October 30, 2009

Alonzo Plough (National Advisory Committee)

Shortage of flu vaccines leaves healthcare workers vulnerable
October 29, 2009

Sarah Gollust (Cohort 6) - RWJF

Politics Explains Response to Public Health Interventions
October 23, 2009

David Mechanic (National Advisory Committee)

WASHINGTON - Democrats trying to overhaul the nation's health care system are confronting a hostile insurance industry and frustrated Republicans who say a government-managed coverage plan is unacceptable.
October 21, 2009

George Kaplan (Former UMich Site Director)

“The Poor Pay More: Poverty’s Cost to Health.” Supported by RWJ and recently released by Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity. It attempts to go beyond our many observations of the poverty-health link and lay out some US national policy initiatives that could reduce poverty’s impact on health.

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