In the News


04.24.2018
Who's the boss? Research reveals unconscious gender biasAlice EaglyStar Tribune (Minnesota)
04.24.2018
America’s top scientists reprimand Donald Trump (again)Charles ManskiThe New Yorker
04.22.2018
The US is entering a golden age of corporate medicine Craig GarthwaiteThe Guardian
04.21.2018
How cities split the nationThomas OgorzalekThe Boston Globe
04.20.2018
Being a night owl can shorten your lifeKristen KnutsonHow Stuff Works
04.20.2018
'I have someone to rely on': For gay teens, romance reduces the stress of bias, harassmentBrian MustanskiThe Chicago Tribune
04.19.2018
Parkland shooting survivor wants fresh focus on ‘Never Again’ movementJoseph FeinglassWTTW - Chicago Tonight
04.19.2018
Chicago's gun-toting students outnumber those of New York, Los Angeles: studyJoseph FeinglassReuters
04.19.2018
Chicago teen gun ownership rises even as it falls in L.A., N.Y.Joseph FeinglassCrain's Chicago Business
04.18.2018
Study reveals why new dads suffer from postpartum depressionCraig GarfieldFatherly
04.17.2018
Many reasons why we shouldn't worry that '13 Reasons Why' is leading teens to suicideEllen WartellaThe New York Daily News
04.17.2018
Night owls might face more health issues and early death compared with early risersKristen KnutsonThe Chicago Tribune
04.17.2018
Ryan Zinke refers to himself as a geologist. That's a job he's never held.Seth SteinCNN
04.16.2018
Ask Brianna: Is 4-year college right for you?James RosenbaumThe Detroit News
04.16.2018
Can postpartum depression affect dads, too? Recent research says it might.Craig GarfieldThe Washington Post
04.16.2018
Night owls could face higher risk of premature death, study suggestsKristen KnutsonForbes
04.15.2018
Do wage theft laws in Ohio harm or help workers?Daniel GalvinThe Cleveland Plain Dealer
04.15.2018
Op Ed: Milwaukee can never desegregate under America’s oligarchy systemBenjamin PageThe Milwaukee Independent
04.14.2018
Night owls face higher risk of premature death, study saysKristen KnutsonCBC News
04.13.2018
Giving and taking criticismEli FinkelWHYY (Philadelphia)
04.13.2018
Being a 'night owl' could kill you, study findsKristen KnutsonMedical News Today
04.13.2018
Night owls have 10% higher mortality risk, study saysKristen KnutsonCNN
04.12.2018
Night owls may have 10 percent higher risk of early death, study says Kristen KnutsonThe Conversation
04.12.2018
Late risers at increased risk of early death, study findsKristen KnutsonBBC News
04.12.2018
How being a night owl endangers your healthKristen KnutsonTime
04.12.2018
Night owls more likely to die earlier than morning larks, first study findsKristen KnutsonThe Telegraph
04.12.2018
Employers should let workers have lie-ins to stop them dying early, research finds Kristen KnutsonThe Independent (UK)
04.12.2018
Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study findsKristen KnutsonCBS News
04.12.2018
Night owls die young in a world scheduled for early birdsKristen KnutsonNBC News
04.12.2018
Night owls risk dying younger, should sleep in: studyKristen KnutsonAFP
04.12.2018
Night owls' are at higher risk of dying and shouldn't be forced to work early mornings, scientists warnKristen KnutsonNewsweek
04.12.2018
Are you a 'night owl'? Regularly staying up late could be deadly, study findsKristen KnutsonUSA Today
04.12.2018
Morning people may live longer than night owlsKristen KnutsonThe New York Times
04.11.2018
Bad news for night owls. Their risk of early death is 10% higher than for early risers, study findsKristen KnutsonThe Los Angeles Times
04.11.2018
Guess what? The rich really are different from everyone else — and it ain’t prettyAlice EaglyThe Los Angeles Times
04.10.2018
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies before CongressPablo BoczkowskiWBEZ
04.09.2018
The United States is an oligarchy, not a democracyBenjamin PageThe Tehran Times
04.09.2018
How romance can protect gay and lesbian youths from emotional distressBrian MustanskiThe Washington Post
04.05.2018
Dangerous, growing, yet unnoticed: the rise of America's white gangsAndrew PapachristosThe Guardian
04.04.2018
'13 Reasons Why' warning is a start, experts say, but they want moreEllen WartellaCNN
04.03.2018
Before they transition, some transgender youth preserve fertility by banking sperm or eggsTeresa WoodruffThe Chicago Tribune
04.01.2018
Why Walmart may have designs on Humana, and what it thinks it could get from a dealCraig GarthwaiteCNBC
04.01.2018
Walmart, Humana move closer as separate upheavals threatenCraig GarthwaiteBloomberg
03.27.2018
Here's why an accurate census count is so importantDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe New York Times
03.26.2018
Study blames 'ACLU effect' for spike in Chicago's violence in 2016, but experts differWesley SkoganThe Chicago Tribune
03.23.2018
Continuing problem of health-care consolidation is leading to higher costs for patientsDavid DranoveThe Hill
03.23.2018
Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ adds new warning video: ‘This series may not be right for you’Ellen WartellaThe Washington Post
03.23.2018
Netflix touts study, adds resources for season 2 of '13 Reasons Why'Ellen WartellaEducation Week
03.22.2018
Mental illness and school shootingsRebecca SeligmanLos Angeles Review of Books
03.22.2018
Netflix's '13 Reasons Why' to include new warning video before each seasonEllen WartellaNBC News
03.22.2018
Netflix adds warning video to '13 Reasons Why'Ellen WartellaThe New York Times
03.21.2018
Study: Medical bankruptcies may not be as common as thoughtMatthew NotowidigdoThe Associated Press
03.21.2018
Kids are now more likely to imagine women as scientists than they were 50 years agoAlice EaglyFortune
03.21.2018
Getting sick can be really expensive, even for the insuredMatthew NotowidigdoThe New York Times
03.20.2018
Kids draw female scientists more often than they did decades agoAlice EaglyScientific American
03.20.2018
Culture shapes how children view the natural world Sandra WaxmanScientific American
03.16.2018
Picture a leader. Is she a woman?Alice EaglyThe New York Times
03.15.2018
States are finding new ways of killing enemies abroadBenjamin JonesThe Economist
03.14.2018
Why a study on opioids ignited a Twitter firestormCraig GarthwaiteThe Atlantic
03.12.2018
What we can do about crime in ChicagoInstitute for Policy ResearchChicago
03.10.2018
There's a limit to how many close friends you can realistically have at onceEli FinkelBusiness Insider
03.08.2018
Cigna to buy Express Scripts in $52 billion health care dealCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
03.08.2018
Health insurer Cigna to pay $67 billion for Express ScriptsCraig GarthwaiteNPR
03.08.2018
City: ‘Too soon’ to say if soda tax shortfall will hit parks & rec makeoverDavid DanaWHYY (Philadelphia)
03.07.2018
The Health 202: UnitedHealthcare will hand some consumers more money for drug pricesCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
03.05.2018
The unconscionable conflicts of Jared KushnerBenjamin PageThe San Francisco Chronicle
03.04.2018
Technical or cultural courses? Students need bothMorton SchapiroThe Chronicle of Higher Education
03.03.2018
Could the lost city of Atlantis exist? Ocean mapping reveals likelihood of legendary citySeth SteinNewsweek
03.02.2018
What privileged kids — and parents — can learn from low-income youthGregory MillerThe Washington Post
03.02.2018
US weakness to blame for Russian interference — they exploited our vulnerabilities Jordan Gans-MorseThe Hill
02.27.2018
AI recruitment tools: What lies beneathLincoln QuillianUnleash
02.20.2018
Romantic relationships help LGBTQ teens deal with bullying & emotional distress, according to a new studyBrian MustanskiBustle
02.20.2018
Ask Brianna: Is 4-year college right for you?James RosenbaumThe New York Times
02.19.2018
Sexting: Is your teen under pressure to send nude selfies? Sara ThomasThe Philadelphia Inquirer
02.15.2018
Philadelphia makes an economic case for safe injection sitesCraig GarthwaiteMarketplace
02.15.2018
Trump's alternative to food stamps is unrealistic, unhealthy, and offensiveDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachTonic
02.15.2018
Interview with Northwestern professor and Author, Eli FinkelEli FinkelWGN-TV
02.13.2018
On Valentine’s Day, nothing says love like a plate of chicken wingsEli FinkelThe Wall Street Journal
02.12.2018
When did marriage become so hard?Eli FinkelNPR
02.12.2018
Looking for entrepreneurship in all the wrong placesBenjamin JonesInc.
02.12.2018
American democracy has been sold to the highest bidderBenjamin PageNewsweek
02.12.2018
Inside the marriage labEli FinkelChicago
02.09.2018
How to manage expectations in a relationship, according to expertsEli FinkelBustle
02.09.2018
Census sabotageDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe New York Times
02.06.2018
Trib editorial: The lingering consequences of teen sextingSara ThomasTrib Live (Pennsylvania)
02.05.2018
Bringing home a preemie feels more stressful to dads than moms Craig GarfieldToday
02.02.2018
Beware of Google's intentionsMax SchanzenbachWired
02.02.2018
Sex, drugs, and singing ovariesTeresa WoodruffWBEZ
01.31.2018
What to make of Amazon and Warren Buffett’s mystery health care projectCraig GarthwaiteVox
01.31.2018
Dads are more stressed than moms after bringing preemies homeCraig GarfieldThe Chicago Tribune
01.31.2018
Can Amazon and friends handle health care? There’s reason for doubtCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
01.30.2018
A lot tougher than it looks: Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase's big plan to lower health costsCraig GarthwaiteCNBC