ResultsFound: 294 on Environment
2016 study in Health Affairs that looks at the effectiveness of Medicaid programs in getting enrollees, who are twice as likely to smoke as the general population, to stop using tobacco.
2016 study published in PNAS that looks at the benefits and drawbacks of alternative approaches to recovering depleted fisheries worldwide.
2016 tip sheet that offers journalists several tools and sources they can use to localize the larger, national story of emissions reductions.
2016 report from the Congressional Research Service that outlines the key components of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A study published in Nature looks at whether a fungus that makes tree frogs sing louder may be changing mating behavior to spread a deadly disease.
2016 study published in Energy Policy that examines U.S. public opinions of offshore drilling based on 10 national polls, with a focus on the underlying factors that shape opinions.
2015 study in the American Journal of Public Health that looks at how retail prices changed after the city of Berkeley, California implemented a 1-cent-per-ounce tax on sugar-sweetened beverages in March 2015.
2016 collection of research about lead poisoning, including sources of exposure, health effects and policy implications.
2014 study from Yale University and George Mason University based on two nationally representative surveys on how Americans react to the use of the two terms.
2015 study from the University of Iowa published in Nature Climate Change examining long-term trends in the frequency and intensity of flood events in the central United States.