To help reporters covering how heat waves affect the elderly, Journalist’s Resource has collected recent research on the subject.
Stores market sugary drinks more heavily during Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefit issuance days, according to a new study.
Having a garden at school might influence whether vegetables are available to children at home, a forthcoming study finds.
As the threat of MDR TB and XDR TB continues to grow, Journalist’s Resource has gathered information for reporters looking to learn more about the global epidemic.
Elizabeth Arnold explains how public apathy about climate change is partly journalists' fault and offers tips to improve their coverage.
E-cigarettes don’t help smokers quit more than other interventions, though financial incentives do, a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds.
A new study records discrepancies in the reporting of cases of newborn exposure to illicit substances to state agencies in Illinois.
An emerging body of research indicates that in some instances, patients fare better under the medical care of women.
Many hair products used by black women and children contain unlisted chemicals that can interfere with the body’s natural hormones.
Tips from Shorenstein fellow Sarah Smarsh on how reporters can improve their coverage of rural America.