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    Connecticut data on happiness and wellbeing at McGill LSE article
  • DataHaven launches Connecticut Innovation Awards

    Yale Daily News    October 12, 2018

    Excerpt: To celebrate 25 years of public service, DataHaven is launching the inaugural Innovation Awards, which aim to recognize those using data to benefit Connecticut communities.… Read More

  • Connecticut's Opioid Epidemic: A Glimpse of the Past Five Years

    CT Viewpoints - CT Mirror    September 3, 2018

    Op-ed by Josephine Ankrah, MPH, DataHaven Research Assistant.  The article features extensive infographics, please see: https://ctviewpoints.org/2018/09/03/connecticuts-opioid-epidemic-a-glimp... Excerpt: Various measures have been taken to alleviate the burden of opioid-related deaths in Connecticut in recent years. However, these efforts have yet to make a significant difference in terms of reducing the high death rates within the state.… Read More

    opioid rates race Connecticut data
  • Is Immigration Good for the U.S. Economy?

    New England News Collaborative    July 2, 2018

    An article and New England-wide public radio story, produced by New England News Collaborative, featuring many charts and maps from DataHaven. View the full story and listen to interviews at https://nenc.news/is-immigration-good-for-the-us-economy/. Excerpt:… Read More

    New England foreign born population DataHaven plot Census data NENC
  • New Haven–Hartford rail line opens for business

    Yale Daily News    June 22, 2018

    [Excerpt] "The much-anticipated CTrail Hartford Line opened its regular service this week, giving residents an alternative route through central Connecticut and beyond. Stations along the Hartford line are in Springfield, Massachusetts, Windsor Locks, Windsor, Hartford, Berlin, Meriden, Wallingford and New Haven.… Read More

  • [Excerpt from The Hour, article by Amanda Cuda, Wednesday, May 23] It’s common knowledge that where people lives affects their health. The idea that economic status, education level and access to health care all factor into people’s well-being is now accepted as more or less fact by most. But a new study led by researchers from Yale University shows that other aspects of where people live could have a bearing on their health — things that might not have been previously associated with wellness, such as racial diversity.… Read More

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