2012 study in Health Research Services showing that 1.2 million young adults gained health insurance in the first year after passage of the new legislation.
2012 study from the University of Southern California and University of Texas on peer influence and teenage smoking habits among Hispanic high school students.
2012 paper from Cornell University on the disjunction between citizens who acknowledge using government social programs and the number who actually do.
2012 survey and report from the Kaiser Family Foundation on deep worries about health care coverage and costs.
2012 study in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly on different reader responses to narrative stories versus policy stories, and the relative benefits of narrative stories.
2012 report by the Urban Institute and the Robert John Wood Johnson Foundation on the Affordable Care Act and uninsured veterans.
2012 report from the U.S. government's Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality spotlighting data relating to children of alcoholics in the United States.
Semester-long course on covering health care in the United States, including investigating wrongdoing in health and medicine, and interpret health in political, socio-economic and medical contexts.
2012 study from Princeton University on the number of uninsured Americans who might participate in reform efforts.
2012 study from Harvard Medical School in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy on the effect of market factors on the quality of long-term care.