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A Link Between Sitting and Cancer?

Perspective from a sedentary behavior researcher
August 19, 2015by Christine Sardo Molmenti
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The Movement of Drug Behemoths

Mapping the forces at play in the vaccine world
April 2, 2015by Amber Hsiao
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Hungry to Serve

Conscientious objectors key to WWII advances in nutrition
November 13, 2014by Amber Hsiao
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A Public Health Salute to Veterans

A Series Devoted to Veterans and Population Health
November 10, 2014by Dana March
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Gambling with America’s Health?

The public health costs of legal gambling
September 10, 2014by Elaine Meyer
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Searching for the Cause of a Mysterious Epidemic

A lesson from history shows why epidemiology can get it right—or wrong
August 20, 2014by Steve Mooney
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Bringing ‘Consequentialism’ Back to Epidemiology

In a challenging funding environment, epidemiologists urge more action
March 10, 2014by Elaine Meyer
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Prescription Painkillers Take Their Toll

Society struggles to handle the uptick in crime and addiction
August 20, 2013by Elaine Meyer
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Dr. Feelgood

Medical professionals and the prescription opioid problem
August 13, 2013by Elaine Meyer
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Painkillers Take to the Streets

Prescription opioid abuse spreads across the U.S.
August 6, 2013by Elaine Meyer
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When the Prescription Becomes the Problem

The rise of prescription opioid abuse in the U.S.
July 30, 2013by Elaine Meyer
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Databyte: Paying Attention to the Rise in A.D.H.D.

April 17, 2013by Dana March
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