Dr. Lauren Wallner shares advice on how journalists might reconcile different research findings and how best to conceptualize the growing field of disparities research.
Thirty percent of women with breast cancer reported skipping additional treatment following surgery.
This collection of research and reports examines physician-assisted suicide in the U.S. and compares American policies and trends with those in Europe.
How much do Americans smoke? Not nearly as much as they used to. But e-cigarettes are exploding in popularity. And sales of traditional cigarettes are not falling as quickly as they were.
After the Affordable Care Act made some cancer screenings routine, doctors began finding colorectal cancers earlier, when they are easier to treat.
2015 review of scholarship on impact of air pollution in the United States, including health effects, economic costs and automotive and transportation causes.
2015 study in the American Economic Review examining whether private firms are dis-incentivized from investing in long-term cancer research.
2014 research from the University of Southern Denmark and the Harvard School of Public Health on recent empirical studies on the potential impact of development neurotoxins.
2012 study in Archives of Internal Medicine providing a definitive look at the strong connection between the eating of red meat and the chances of early death.
2011 study on the volatile organic compounds emitted by 25 consumer products, including detergents, cleaners, disinfectants, lotions, deodorants and shampoos.