Media Coverage

Bohall, B. (2017, January 10). Losing weight might have less to do with willpower, and more with upbringing. NPR. Retrieved from willpower-and-more-upbringing

Johnson, N. (2016, October 25). Study by UNL graduate student says emotional eating isn’t just genetic. Daily Nebraskan. Retrieved from

Ortega, V. (2016, June 30). Study finds link between kids sleep habits, mental health. ABC Channel 8 News. Retrieved from

Cunningham, A. (2015, November 24). Common ADHD medications do indeed disturb children's sleep. NPR. Retrieved from

Norton, A. (2015, November 23). ADHD medications linked to sleep problems in kids. WebMD. Retrived from

Boxe, A. (2015, November 23). ADHD drugs could harm kids' sleep. Huffington Post. Retrived from

Morales, N. (2015, November 23). News with Natalie. Today Show. 

Hall, M. (2015, November 23). ADHD meds may cause sleep problems in kids. CBS News. Retrieved from

Doyle, K. (2015, November 23). Stimulant medications may harm sleep for kids with ADHD. Yahoo News. Retrieved from

Feller, S. (2015, November 23). ADHD meds linked to sleep problems in kids. UPI. Retrieved from

Echavez, C. (2015, November 23). ADHD meds hinder kids from the sleep they need. Science Times. Retrieved from

Friedman, N. (2014, July 1). Parent's just don't understand. Psychology Today. Retrieved from

Bakalar, N. (2014, February 4). Parents are poor judges of children's weight. New York Times. Retrieved from

Pittman, G. (2014, February 4). Parents often underestimate children's weight: study. Reuters. Retrieved from

CBS News (2014, February 4). Half of parents of overweight children don't think they have weight issues: Study. CBS News. Retrieved from

Fox News (2014, February 4). Parents often underestimate children's weight, study says. Fox Nexs. Retrieved from

Hellmich, N. (2014, February 3) 'Fat? Not my child.' Parents don't see kids as heavy. USA Today. Retrieved from

Omaha World Herald. (2014, February 3). Parents of overweight children often don't recognize problem, study finds. Omaha World Herald. Retrieved from

Lincoln Journal Star. (2014, February 3). Not my kid: UNL study finds parents don't see their kids as overweight. Lincoln Journal Star. Retrieved from