New Studies Link U.S. Hispanics’ Longer Life Expectancy to Migration Patterns, Less Smoking, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Studies Document Mass Incarceration’s Toll on Families, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Understanding the Dynamics of Family Change in the United States, by Alicia G. VanOrman and Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Existing Data Show Increase in Married Same-Sex U.S. Couples, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Time with Parents Key for Adolescents, by Population Reference Bureau

Parents’ Imprisonment Linked to Children’s Health, Behavioral Problems, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Mothers' Reading Skills Linked to Improved Child Survival and Student Achievement, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

For Malnourished Boys, Earliest Days a Critical window for Cognitive Development, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

The Human and Environmental Effects of E-Waste, by Lucy McAllister, University of Colorado Boulder

Increased Overweight Prevalence and Chronic Disease Risk Among the Poor in Developing Countries, by Brian Houle, Colorado University Population Center

Urban Agriculture Increases Food Security for Poor People in Africa, by Michelle Beach, University of Colorado Boulder

U.S. Has World's Highest Incarceration Rate, by Tyjen Tsai and Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

Environmental Change, Migration, and Gender, by Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Boulder

Disaster Risk and Vulnerability: The Role and Impact of Population and Society, by William Donner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; and Havidán Rodríguez, University of Texas-Pan American

The Effect of Educational Attainment on Adult Mortality in the U.S., by Robert A. Hummer, University of Texas, Austin; and Elaine M. Hernandez, University of Texas, Austin

Environment Change, Migration, and Gender, Lori Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Exploring the Paradox of U.S. Hispanics’ Longer Life Expectancy, by Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau

The Gender Gap in College Enrollment and Graduation, by Kelvin Pollard, Population Reference Bureau

How Obesity Relates to Socioeconomic Status, by Brian Houle, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Immigration in America 2010, Philip Martin, University of California, Davis; and Elizabeth Midgley

Increased Overweight Prevalence and Chronic Disease Risk Among the Poor in Developing Countries, Brian Houle, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Migration and the Environment, Jason Bremner, PRB, and Lori Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Migration’s Environmental Drivers Are Diverse, Require Different Policies, by Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Mixed Race Marriages Reduce Housing Segregation, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Obesity Epidemic a Threat to U.S. Military Personnel and National Security, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Poor Sleep Has Social Causes and Consequences, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Population Size Not Alone in Shaping Climate Impact; Aging and Urbanization Also Key, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Rural Migrant Remittances May Protect Forests, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

U.S. Teen Birth Rate Correlates With State Income Inequality, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Unmarried Baby Boomers Face Disadvantages as They Grow Older, Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center, Boulder

Which Types of Disasters Are the Deadliest in the U.S.? The Answer Is Surprising, by Kelvin M. Pollard, Population Reference Bureau