A study in the New England Journal of Medicine casts doubt on whether increased access to Medicaid results in better health outcomes, and media on both sides of the aisle have been quick to spin the results

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Smokers Need Not Apply

February 27, 2013

Should we allow employers to discriminate on the basis of tobacco use?

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A Few Flu Facts

December 18, 2012

The coming of the colder months heralds different things for different people. The onset of winter does mean one thing for everyone: flu season

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From our Thanksgiving archives: Soda exclusion pairs well with public health mission, but risks stigmatizing beneficiaries. Former Greenwall fellow Anne Barnhill offers some food for thought

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A Symposium to Organize An Ethical Framework for Obesity Prevention Comes to the Berman Institute November 28-29

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What role should the private sector play in addressing public health challenges?

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Op-Ed: Too Much Soda

July 10, 2012

No longer will New Yorkers be allowed to drown themselves in sweetened drinks served in tubs as big as 150% the typical stomach’s capacity

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Berman Institute Faculty Member to Receive 2011 Sidel-Levy Award for Peace from the American Public Health Association

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