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November 8, 2012

David Grande (Cohort 3) NewsWorks

The election is over and the Affordable Care Act is presumably going to stick around. Advocates and health-care providers are getting antsy as they wait for some decisions about the health law's implementation on the state level.
November 5, 2012

Sarah Gollust (Cohort 6) Health Talk, University of Minnesota

what does the general public know about health issues?
November 2, 2012

Emily Walton (Cohort 8) The Dartmouth

Asian Americans have better health when they live in predominantly Asian neighborhoods with higher education levels
November 1, 2012

David Van Sickle (Cohort 4) Wired.com

Asthma sucks. It’s a chronic disease that can constrict your breathing to the point of killing you
October 31, 2012

Jason Fletcher (Cohort 8) University of Colorado, Boulder - News

“Nature teaches beasts to know their friends,” wrote Shakespeare. In humans, nature may be less than half of the story, a team led by University of Colorado Boulder researchers has found.
October 29, 2012

Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 4) WHYY/NewsWorks.org

Penn researcher explains some basics of 'built environment' research
October 17, 2012

Kathleen Ziol Guest (Cohort 5) Cornell Chronicle

Poor kids twice as likely to suffer from arthritis, hypertension in adulthood
October 17, 2012

Janet Tomiyama (Cohort 7) Chicago Tribune

We know that the country is facing an epidemic of obesity-related chronic diseases in young people.
October 15, 2012

James Knickman (National Advisory Committee) Huffington Post NY

Unexpected Consequences: Are We Ready for Them as Our Health System Changes?
October 15, 2012

Natasha Schüll (Cohort 1) Financial Times

Technology turns the tables on punters

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