In the News


07.29.2015
If the Obama presidency is winding down, why is his group Organizing for Action ramping up?Daniel GalvinThe Washington Post
07.29.2015
Becoming a dad? Expect to gain weightEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Seattle Times
07.28.2015
Trainwreck's Dianna and Hollywood's one-dimensional career womanNikita RedjarFusion
07.28.2015
Facebook shares its internal diversity trainingLauren RiveraWall Street Journal
07.28.2015
New study reveals caps on damages are potentially ruining the healthcare industryBernard BlackThe National Law Review
07.27.2015
Study: Fatherhood linked to weight gainEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Journal Gazette
07.27.2015
Technology's dominant role in our 'fabulous future'Morton SchapiroBrookings Institute
07.26.2015
Licence to fill your faceEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, and Thomas McDadeThe Independent
07.24.2015
Will massive mergers make health insurance as bad as cable?Leemore DafnyVox
07.24.2015
The key to getting someone out of your league is befriending them firstEli FinkelIndependent
07.24.2015
Men gain weight after becoming fathers, study findsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Hoop News
07.24.2015
According to a new study, hot or not, the 'dad bod' is realEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeKRWG News
07.24.2015
Becoming a father? Expect to gain weightEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, and Thomas McDadeThe Columbus Dispatch
07.24.2015
If you want to date someone way hotter than you, befriend them firstEli FinkelJezebel
07.24.2015
New fathers gain extra fat: StudyEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, and Thomas McDadeThe Express Tribune
07.23.2015
Study: If you want to date someone way more attractive than you, first be their friendEli FinkelAlice Radio 97.3
07.23.2015
Becoming a dad makes you fat...and the reason why may surprise youEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeMorning Ticker
07.23.2015
Ready to be a father? Study shows entering fatherhood will gain you 3-5 poundsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeBenchmark Reporter
07.23.2015
Beware the dad bod: Study shows new dads likely to gain weightEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeNewsQuench
07.23.2015
Dadbod will never die: New study connects fatherhood to weight gainEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeJezebel
07.23.2015
'Dad bod' explained: New study details science behind 'dad bod'Emma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeChristian Today
07.23.2015
Study: Fatherhood can make you fatEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeKTXS
07.23.2015
Don't let 'dad-bod' syndrome cut short your time as a dadEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeMcCook Gazette
07.23.2015
Becoming a dad? Expect to gain 3 to 5 pounds, study suggestsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, and Thomas McDadeThe Citizen
07.23.2015
The best screen timeEllen WartellaSlate
07.23.2015
Dad bod really exists: First-time dads gain weight, confirms new studyEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeTech Times
07.22.2015
The 'dad bod' is real: Fathers do put on extra weight, say researchersEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeMinnesota Post
07.22.2015
Fatherhood leads to "Dad Belly," study findsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
07.22.2015
Did fatherhood give me my dad-bod?Emma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Telegraph (UK)
07.21.2015
Dad bod: New fathers will put on an average of 4.4 poundsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeInternational Business Times
07.21.2015
Dads can also flaunt their post-baby bods, according to scienceEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeSlate
07.21.2015
Science proves that the dad bod is realEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeQuartz
07.21.2015
The 'Dad Bod' exists, study saysEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeUSA Today
07.21.2015
Dad heaviness quantifiedEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Atlantic
07.21.2015
Becoming a dad? Expect to gain 3 to 5 pounds, study suggestsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe New York Times
07.21.2015
The cost of self-controlEdith Chen, Greg MillerThe Sydney Morning Herald
07.21.2015
Does fatherhood make men fat?Emma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeCBS This Morning
07.21.2015
Researchers find that fatherhood makes men gain weightEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeFox News
07.21.2015
'Dad bod' is real. Study shows how baby affects men's healthEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Today Show
07.21.2015
'Dad Bod' is explained by science in a new studyEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeTime
07.21.2015
Yes, men gain weight when they become dads, study confirmsEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeThe Washington Post
07.21.2015
Fatherhood may be responsible for putting on extra weightEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeGood Morning America
07.20.2015
For happy couples, do looks really matter?Eli FinkelHLN
07.18.2015
No good deed goes unpunishedEdith Chen, Greg MillerThe Economist
07.16.2015
White millennials explain what it means to be white in America, and you should listenJennifer RichesonThe Huffington Post
07.16.2015
Pedigree: How elite students get elite jobs, by Lauren A. RiveraLauren RiveraTimes Higher Education
07.16.2015
The paradox of effortEdith Chen, Gregory MillerThe Atlantic
07.14.2015
Tenure and student success -- Is there a connection?Morton SchapiroThe Huffington Post
07.13.2015
Stay poor? Upward mobility is bad for your healthEdith Chen, Gregory MillerScience 2.0
07.13.2015
Why having self-control might be bad for your health and make you age quickerEdith Chen, Gregory MillerBreaking News (Ireland)
07.13.2015
Low-income people with self-control may be better able to succeed, but it takes a toll on their bodiesEdith Chen, Gregory MillerMedical Daily
07.13.2015
Stress of achieving academic goals may make you age quicker, research finds Edith Chen, Gregory MillerThe Independent
07.13.2015
How going from rags to riches can wreak havoc on your health: Poor teenagers who better themselves 'age faster and may die younger than their peers' Edith Chen, Gregory MillerThe Daily Mail
07.13.2015
Why social mobility could be bad for your healthEdith Chen, Gregory MillerThe Telegraph
07.11.2015
Wisconsin last among states for malpractice claim payments, analysis showsBernard BlackMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
07.10.2015
Consolidation of insurance industry bad for consumers Leemore DafnyThe Telegraph (New Hampshire)
07.09.2015
Will health insurance mergers create a monopoly or single-payer system? Leemore DafnyInsurance Business America
07.09.2015
Health Care: Do you want a private monopoly or a single payer system?Leemore DafnyNewsweek
07.09.2015
The fabulous future with Gary Saul Morson and Morton SchapiroMorton SchapiroRicochet
07.09.2015
What teens are really searching for onlineEllen WartellaYahoo News
07.08.2015
Book discussion on The Fabulous Future?Morton SchapiroC-SPAN
07.08.2015
Mergers of health insurers bode ill for our well-beingLeemore DafnyThe San Francisco Chronicle
07.08.2015
The choice ahead: private health-insurance monopoly or single-payer system?Leemore DafnyThe Baltimore Sun
07.07.2015
Analysts split on how health insurer mergers will affect consumersLeemore DafnyNew Haven Register (Connecticut)
07.07.2015
Robert B. Reich: The choice ahead: private health-insurance monopoly or single-payer system?Leemore DafnyThe Chicago Tribune
07.07.2015
A very good reason to be friends before dating, courtesy of scienceEli FinkelThe Huffington Post
07.06.2015
More competition is supposed to help consumers. That might not be true with health insurance.Leemore DafnyThe Washington Post
07.02.2015
Preparing every student for collegeMesmim DestinPacific Standard
07.02.2015
Are we in the golden marital age? Eli FinkelThe Globe and Mail
07.02.2015
According to science, there's no such thing as dating 'out of your league'Eli FinkelThe Huffington Post
07.01.2015
Want to date someone much hotter than you? Become friends firstEli FinkelFusion
07.01.2015
Friends turned lovers depend less on attractivenessEli FinkelPsych Central
06.30.2015
Move over, Shakespeare—science has insights into love, tooEli FinkelThe Atlantic
06.30.2015
Hot or not? Depends how long you've known each otherEli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
06.30.2015
Alan Grayson hedge funds skirt ethics ruleBernard BlackPolitico
06.29.2015
For couples, time can upend the laws of attractionEli FinkelThe New York Times
06.28.2015
DOJ girds for strict review of any health-insurer mergers Leemore DafnyThe Wall Street Journal
06.25.2015
A threat to us all: White fear of a browner America is dangerousJennifer RichesonEbony
06.25.2015
Insurance subsidies remain, but so do health law questionsLeemore DafnyThe New York Times
06.25.2015
Health insurers poised for merger maniaLeemore DafnyMinnesota Public Radio
06.24.2015
Health insurers that win merger race likely to get regulatory OKLeemore DafnyIndianapolis Business Journal
06.23.2015
Health insurers seen in merger race to win antitrust approvalLeemore DafnyBloomberg Business
06.22.2015
Anthem confident, but experts see antitrust hurdles to Cigna dealLeemore DafnyThe New York Times
06.22.2015
Assessing the link between psychiatric disorders and violence Linda TeplinMD
06.22.2015
Anthem confident, but experts see antitrust hurdles to Cigna dealLeemore DafnyReuters
06.21.2015
Health mergers could cut consumer optionsLeemore DafnyThe Wall Street Journal
06.21.2015
Insurance premiums on ACA exchanges could rise dramatically next yearDavid DranoveHealthline
06.19.2015
Do men and women lead differently?Alice EaglyChief Learning Officer
06.19.2015
Better off dad: the biological changes of fatherhoodChristopher KuzawaNational Post (Canada)
06.17.2015
Love at first byte/The secret science of online datingEli FinkelCNBC
06.16.2015
‘Sesame Street’ gives kids lessons that lastDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachDurango Herald (Colorado)
06.16.2015
American marriages are much better — and much worse — than everEli FinkelScience of Us
06.16.2015
These statistics illustrate the persistent class divide at Britain’s elite firmsLauren RiveraQuartz
06.16.2015
Not laughing out loud? Blame your genesClaudia HaaseDiscovery News
06.13.2015
How to make online dating workEli FinkelThe New York Times