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No, I don’t think the Super Bowl is lowering birth weights

In a news article entitled, “Inequality might start before we’re even born,” Carolyn Johnson reports: Another study, forthcoming in the Journal of Human Resources, analyzed birth outcomes in counties where the home team goes to the Super Bowl.... The researchers found that women in their first trimester whose home team played in […] The post No, I don’t think the Super Bowl is lowering birth weights appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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