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08.27.2014
A kid’s brain needs double the energy as that of an adult brainChristopher KuzawaHealth Site
08.27.2014
When it comes to a growing child, the brain comes firstChristopher KuzawaPhiladelphia Inquirer
08.27.2014
Why children crave sugarChristopher KuzawaThe Hindu
08.26.2014
Humans grow slowly but it's all for a good causeChristopher KuzawaIrish Examiner
08.26.2014
Energy-hungry brain causes kids to grow slowlyChristopher KuzawaBig News Network
08.26.2014
Energy-hungry brain causes kids to grow slowlyChristopher KuzawaBusiness Standard
08.26.2014
Energy hungry brains slow down growth in kidsChristopher KuzawaFinancial Express (India)
08.26.2014
A long childhood feeds the hungry human brainChristopher KuzawaHealth Canal
08.26.2014
Energy hungry brain slows down growth in kidsChristopher KuzawaDaijiworld (India)
08.26.2014
'Hungry' brain causes slow growthChristopher KuzawaYahoo News
08.26.2014
Energy-hungry brain likely cause for slow human growth: studyChristopher KuzawaXinhua News (China)
08.26.2014
When it comes to a growing child, the brain comes firstChristopher KuzawaU.S. News & World Report
08.25.2014
Why do humans grow up so slowly? Blame the brainChristopher KuzawaScience
08.25.2014
A long childhood feeds the hungry human brainChristopher KuzawaMedical Express
08.25.2014
How hungry brains slow our growth: Children grow at more gradual rate than other mammals because energy is being used to expand size of the organ Christopher KuzawaMail Online (UK)
08.25.2014
Generation later poor still rare at elite collegesMorton SchapiroNew York Times
08.24.2014
The disease of American democracyBenjamin PageThe Tennessean
08.23.2014
Ferguson reflects growth of poverty in suburbsLincoln QuillianPittsburgh Post-Gazette
08.22.2014
Are we winning the abortion debate or just having more babies?Jeremy FreeseWorld
08.22.2014
God loves persistence in prayer!Jeremy FreeseThe Christian Post
08.22.2014
Lessig inveighs against money in politics at Top 50 Benjamin PageIND
08.22.2014
James Poulos: Legislate liberty instead of moralityJeremy FreeseOrange County Register
08.22.2014
Why Americans are sick of politicsBenjamin PageSky Valley Chronicle (Washington State)
08.21.2014
Illinois exchange on 3 additional insurers' radar for 2015Leemore DafnyChicago Tribune
08.21.2014
The disease of American democracy Benjamin PagePress TV
08.20.2014
Would the chance at a cash prize get more people to vote?Kirabo JacksonThe Atlantic
08.19.2014
Why Google (and Facebook) should admit kids under 13Eszter HargittaiForbes
08.19.2014
The disease of American democracyBenjamin PageMoyers and Company
08.19.2014
The growing poverty problem in US suburbsLincoln QuillianBuenos Aires Herald
08.18.2014
Ferguson protests highlight poverty growing fastest in US suburbs Lincoln QuillianNewsmax Finance
08.17.2014
Ferguson unrest shows poverty growing fastest in U.S. suburbsLincoln QuillianChicago Tribune
08.15.2014
Ferguson unrest shows poverty growing fastest in suburbsLincoln QuillianBloomberg Businessweek
08.14.2014
Patent examiners more likely to approve marginal inventions when pressed for timeMichael FrakesECN (Electronic Component News)
08.14.2014
Average American citizens have almost zero say in governmentBenjamin PageWall St. Cheat Sheet
08.14.2014
Obama reversal shows difficulty of limiting lobbyists' D.C. cloutBenjamin PageAlaska Dispatch News
08.14.2014
Average American has 'essentially zero' influence over US policy: StudyBenjamin PagePress TV
08.13.2014
Society: Don't blame the mothersChristopher KuzawaNature
08.13.2014
Patent examiners more likely to approve marginal inventions when pressed for timeMichael FrakesPhys.org
08.13.2014
Surprise! Study finds special interests control most government policyBenjamin PageBeaufort Observer (North Carolina)
08.13.2014
New ABA president to focus on innovation: Business of law Daniel RodriguezBloomberg News
08.13.2014
The politics of always ignoring what average Americans wantBenjamin PageBloomberg Businessweek
08.13.2014
Tax scholarship students keep up with students nationally, says reportDavid FiglioSunshine State News (Florida)
08.12.2014
Study: You have 'near-zero' impact on U.S. policyBenjamin PageBreitBart
08.12.2014
Study: Average citizens have practically zero influence on government policy Benjamin PageThe Week
08.12.2014
How healthy are "healthy" vending machines?Maryann MasonShape
08.12.2014
Who rules America?Benjamin PageThe Hill
08.12.2014
13 surprising ways your name affects your successDavid FiglioFars News Agency (Iran)
08.11.2014
Is online dating ruining relationships? I call b.s. on the alleged “Tinderella Syndrome”Eli FinkelBustle
08.11.2014
13 surprising ways your name affects your successDavid FiglioBusiness Insider
08.10.2014
Myth of the digital nativeEszter HargittaiThe Herald (Scotland)
08.08.2014
The youngest are hungriestSeema JayachandranNew York Times
08.08.2014
Turns out telling white people about America's racist prison system actually backfiresJennifer RichesonIdentities.Mic
08.08.2014
These new healthy vending machines are a huge hitMaryann MasonTime
08.08.2014
Are male bosses better?Alice EaglyCBS News
08.07.2014
Chicagoans choose healthy food over junk in vending-machines: studyMaryann MasonChicago Tribune
08.07.2014
Economic downturn explains most of health spending slowdown, study saysDavid DranoveWashington Examiner
08.05.2014
A New study has some bad news about the big slowdown In healthcare spending David DranoveBusiness Insider
08.05.2014
Studies link slowdown in health care spending growth to recessionDavid DranoveCalifornia Healthline
08.05.2014
Studies: Thank the recession for the health spending slowdownDavid DranoveSt. Louis Post-Dispatch
08.05.2014
Niceness in a stranger is a turn-on for men, but less of one for women: study Eli FinkelGlobe and Mail
08.05.2014
Kids name the darnedest animalsSandra WaxmanDiscover
08.05.2014
Recession, not Affordable Care Act, slows health spending, study concludesDavid DranoveInsurance News Net
08.05.2014
Nearly 1 in 6 Blue Cross patients in Illinois to be assigned to new managed care groupsLeemore DafnyCrain's Chicago Business
08.04.2014
Healthcare spending growth will accelerate, study contendsDavid DranoveModern Healthcare
08.04.2014
Study: The recession is behind the best news in health careDavid DranoveVox
08.04.2014
Landers: Health care spending likely to regain speedDavid DranoveDallas Morning News
08.04.2014
Mt Turn: Oligarchy in AmericaBenjamin PageJuneau Empire
08.04.2014
Celebrity moms who support breastfeeding and rightly so as it lowers risk of cardiovascular, metabolic diseases in kidsThomas McDadeInternational Business Times
07.31.2014
Birthweight and breastfeeding have implications for children’s health decades laterThomas McDadeEpoch Times
07.31.2014
Breastfeeding lowers risk of cardiovascular, metabolic diseases in kids Thomas McDadeZee News (India)
07.31.2014
On first meeting, men prefer ‘nice’ women: studyEli FinkelChicago Tribune
07.31.2014
Breastfeeding lowers risk of cardiovascular, metabolic diseases in kidsThomas McDadeBusiness Standard
07.28.2014
Economists recommend against Partners merger with South Shore HospitalLeemore Dafny and David DranoveThe Enterprise (Brockton, MA)
07.28.2014
On dates with men, nice girls finish firstEli FinkelFox News
07.27.2014
A hellish summer for airlinesRachel Davis MerseyFree Malaysia Today
07.25.2014
How children categorize living thingsSandra WaxmanRed Orbit
07.24.2014
Why do Americans hate politics? Follow the moneyBenjamin PageHuffington Post
07.24.2014
The airline industry's hellish summerRachel Davis MerseyYahoo Travel
07.23.2014
How children categorize living thingsSandra WaxmanScience 2.0
07.22.2014
Law school applications down 37 percent since 2010; first-year class could be smallest in 40 yearsDaniel RodriguezABA Journal
07.22.2014
Study ties parenting skills to lower inflammation in low-income childrenGreg Miller, Edith ChenScience World Report
07.22.2014
Parenting skills tied to reduced inflammation in low-income childrenGreg Miller, Edith ChenHealth Canal
07.22.2014
Scientists have proved that loving and nuturing children really does workGreg Miller, Edith ChenBusiness Insider
07.22.2014
Parental training may offset health problems linked to social disadvantage, study showsGreg Miller, Edith ChenSydney Morning Herald
07.21.2014
Life skills, parenting classes may cut inflammation in poor kidsGreg Miller, Edith ChenHealth Day
07.21.2014
Parenting skills tied to reduced inflammation in low-income childrenGreg Miller, Edith ChenMedical Express
07.21.2014
Parent-child interaction therapy helps poorer families retain personal health, relationships in later yearsGreg Miller, Edith ChenMedical Daily
07.21.2014
Jails struggle to deal with flood of mentally illLinda TeplinGreat Falls Tribune (Montana)
07.21.2014
Life skills, parenting classes may cut inflammation in poor kidsGreg Miller, Edith ChenU.S. News & World Report
07.21.2014
Law school enrollment slump continuesDaniel RodriguezNational Law Journal
07.20.2014
Experts warn New Madrid fault zone 'more dangerous'Seth SteinOzarks First (Missouri)
07.20.2014
The downed Malaysian plane, race and class in Mexico, and challenges for a unified KoreaHector CarrilloNew York Times
07.18.2014
Trolling the patent troll mythMichael MazzeoVice News
07.18.2014
U.S. jails struggle with role as makeshift asylumsLinda TeplinMissourian
07.17.2014
New map fingers future hot spots for U.S. earthquakesSeth SteinScience
07.16.2014
Mentally ill inmates a national problemLinda TeplinHealth News Florida