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An RWJF-supported study debunks existing research on obesity and mortality. Extra pounds do not help you live longer.
Gary A. Taubes, MSE, MS, is recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research, and co-founder of the Nutrition Science Initiative. He is an award-winning science and health journalist, and author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories.
A three-time RWJF grantee leads a plan that has saved billions in the nation’s largest Medicaid system—using tools in the Affordable Care Act and RWJF support.
A pioneering study reveals new evidence that estrogen may slow aging.
From Alaska to Kentucky to Wyoming, Robert Wood Johnson Scholars and grantees spearhead projects to improve access to high quality nursing care in remote areas.
A study by RWJF Investigator Amy Finkelstein and others was lauded in February for injecting scientific evidence into the fiery political debate about the effectiveness of Medicaid coverage.
The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) and AAMC are partnering to replicate the AAIP Cross Cultural Medicine Workshop in Washington, DC. The workshop provides physicians, faculty, medical students, health care professionals, and others with greater understanding of Western and Traditional Medicine to enhance their cultural competence.
New research sheds light on the link between marketing and obesity
Study by RWJF Clinical Scholars finds many patients visit emergency departments after discharge, revealing possible flaw in the way new federal incentive programs assess hospital care.