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Zika Virus Spread Renews Focus on Abortion Debate LBJ in the News
Health insurers' exit spells trouble for Obamacare in Texas LBJ in the News
Exits by health insurers spell trouble for Obamacare in Texas LBJ in the News
Health Insurers' Exit Spells Trouble for Obamacare in Texas LBJ in the News
Why Zika Prevention Messaging Needs to Include Men LBJ in the News
‘Top Chef’ host Tom Colicchio added to SXSW Eco conference LBJ in the News
What could make Americans — and Congress — care about Zika? LBJ in the News
Zika Spending Stalemate in Congress Spills Over Into Campaigns LBJ in the News
Foods from subsidized commodities tied to obesity LBJ in the News
Do U.S. Food Subsidies Make People Fat? LBJ in the News
Briefs: Food Matters LBJ in the News
Abortion pill orders rise in 7 Latin American nations on Zika alert LBJ in the News
Fit City Success: Study links obesity with heat, humidity LBJ in the News
Local climate affects Americans' obesity risk LBJ in the News
Bad Weather May Dampen Will to Exercise LBJ in the News
TOO HOT TO TROT: Study finds higher obesity in hottest counties LBJ in the News
Study Ties Obesity to Temperature and Humidity LBJ in the News
Summer heat linked to obesity LBJ in the News
Study: Obesity rates high in hotter regions LBJ in the News
UT study finds obesity rates are higher in hotter parts of the U.S. LBJ in the News
UT Study Shows Link Between Climate and Obesity LBJ in the News
Can the Weather Make You Fat? LBJ in the News
Study: Hottest and Coldest US Places Also the Fattest LBJ in the News
Too hot to exercise? New research links obesity to temperature and humidity LBJ in the News
UT Study Blames Obesity on Hot Temps LBJ in the News
Failing at exercise? Just blame Texas weather LBJ in the News
Despite Increased Enrollment, Online Spanish Sign-Up Faces Challenges LBJ in the News
Why isn’t health care employment slowing? LBJ in the News
Health spending is slowing. Jobs are rising. What gives? LBJ in the News
Health Reform 101 LBJ in the News
How Might Immigration Reform Affect Implementation of the Affordable Care Act? LBJ in the News
(Jon) Weizenbaum (MPAff '01) to Lead Department of Aging and Disability Services LBJ in the News
Student researchers report on food insecurity and hunger in Austin for the Office of Sustainability News
Food subsidies perpetuate poor diet, poverty and environmental damage, analysis shows News
In-Depth Analysis of Affordable Care Act Implementation in Texas Released by LBJ School News
Too Hot to Exercise? New Research Links Obesity to Temperature and Humidity News
Sam Richardson to Receive Hogg Foundation Grant to Study Mental Health News
LBJ School Researchers Investigate Implementation of Affordable Care Act in Texas News
Student Researchers Release 2013 Legislative Preview Covering Major Topics of the 83rd Texas State Legislature News
LBJ Publications
From kindergarten through second grade, children’s obesity prevalence grows only during summer vacations LBJ Publications
An education gradient in health, a health gradient in education, or a confounded gradient in both? LBJ Publications
Extending the history of child obesity in the United States: The Fels Longitudinal Study, birth years 1930-1993 LBJ Publications
How much do children’s body mass indices change over periods of 6-12 months? Statistics from before and during the obesity epidemic LBJ Publications
Requests for Abortion in Latin America Related to Concern About Zika Virus Exposure LBJ Publications
High Hopes versus Harsh Realities: The Population Impact of Emergency Contraceptive Pills LBJ Publications
Weekend working: A Retrospective Cohort Study of Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes in a Large NHS Delivery Unit LBJ Publications
Barriers to Postpartum Contraception in Texas and Pregnancy within Two Years of Delivery LBJ Publications
The CDC apparently wants to do all the thinking for women LBJ Publications
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