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CDC Reproductive Health Guidelines "Unhelpful" Says Almeling

March 3, 2016
When the CDC recently issued a bulletin advising all women of reproductive age who are sexually active and not using birth control to abstain from alcohol, Yale sociologist...

American Hospitals Failure to Share Research

February 25, 2016
A new study by Harlan Krumholz, ​Nihar R Desai, Joseph S Ross and others found that two-thirds of clinical trials led by scientists at American medical centers failed to...

Radio Interview on Private Insurance Costs

January 4, 2016
BYU Radio host Julie Rose interviews Zack Cooper on his Health Care Pricing Project, his latest research on the variation of medical costs across the country. During the 20...

Zack Cooper's New Study Shows Where and Why Health Care Is So Expensive

December 15, 2015
Yale health economist Zack Cooper and co-authors shed new light on why and where medical costs are expensive with the recently released paper, “The Price Ain’t Right:...

New Paper: "A Call for Value in Cancer Research"

November 13, 2015
A new paper written by Cary Gross, MD (Yale School of Medicine and COPPER) and Ezekiel Emanuel MD (University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine) finds that the huge amount...

New Study on Banning E-Cigs to Minors

November 2, 2015
A new study published in the Journal of Health Economics, led by Assistant Professor Abigail Friedman at Yale’s School of Public Health, found that in the states that...

Behavioral Economics: Sindelar's Study on Cigarette Pack Size

October 2, 2015
A new study by Jody Sindelar and co-author Joaquin Marti (University of Leeds)  finds that smaller cigarette packs may help some smokers cut down or refrain from smoking. ...

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