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YUDU (New Zealand). November, 2018. “Too Many Sick Days? Your Friends May be To Blame.”

Women’s Health (United Kingdom). November 2, 2018. “11 Health Headlines To Catch Up On Over Your Americano.”

News Medical. November 2, 2018. “Knowing people in high and diverse positions may be good or bad for your health, suggests research.”

EurekAlert (United States). November 1, 2018. “Take A Lot of Sick Days? Who You Know and Where You Live Might Be Partly to Blame.”

Science Daily (United States). November 1, 2018. “Take A Lot of Sick Days? Who You Know and Where You Live Might Be Partly to Blame.”

VU News (United States). November 1, 2018. “Take A Lot of Sick Days? Who You Know and Where You Live Might Be Partly to Blame.”

Readers’ Digest (United States). April 5, 2018. “50 Ways to Lose Weight Without a Lick of Exercise.”

Muscle and Fitness (South Africa). July 4, 2017. “The Right Friends Can Get You to the Right Weight.”

Mind Food (New Zealand). May 29, 2017. “Weighty Issues.”

Readers’ Digest (United States). March 29, 2017. “50 Ways to Lose Weight Without a Lick of Exercise.”

Daily Nation (Kenya). March 11, 2017. “Gender, Social Status, and Weight.”

Dollar Shave Club (United States). March, 2017. “Three Things We Learned about Our Bodies this Month: March 2017.”

The Freepress Journal (India). March 8, 2017. “High-Status Friends Affect Your Weight.”

Lab Manager (United States). March 7, 2017. “You Are What You Eat—and Who You Know.”

Muscle & Fitness (United States). March 7, 2017. “The Right Friends Can Get You to the Right Weight.”

Futurity (United States). March 7, 2017. “How High-Status Friends Could Affect Your Weight.”

Men’s Fitness (United States). March 7, 2017. “Here’s Why Climbing the Social Ladder Can Make You Fat.”

HealthNewsDegiest (United States). March 6, 2017. “You Are What You Eat, and Who You Know.”

PublicNow (United States). March 6, 2017. “You Are What You Eat and Who You Know.”

InnerSelf (China). March 2017. “How Do High-Status Friends Affect Your Body Weight?”

Science Daily (United States). March 6, 2017. “You Are What You Eat—and Who You Know.”

VU News (United States). March 6, 2017. “You Are What You Eat—and Who You Know.”

South Academic (China). October 21, 2015. “Does Knowing Upper-Class Acquaintances Help or Hurt?”

Chinese Social Sciences Net (China). October 8, 2015. “Does Knowing Upper-Class Acquaintances Help or Hurt?”

Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle (Australia). October 7, 2015. “How #squadgoals Can Hurt Your Mental Health?”

Yahoo Health (United States). October 7, 2015. “How #squadgoals Can Hurt Your Mental Health?”

The Health Site (India). October 6, 2015. “Stay Away from Affluent People to Keep Your Sanity Intact.”

Medical Daily (United States). October 6, 2015. “Keeping Friends in High Places May Lead to Depression: The Status of Mental Health in the US and China.”

India Today (India). October 5, 2015. “Knowing High-Status People May Hurt Your Mental Health.”

New Delhi Times (India). October 5, 2015. “Hanging out with the Affluent May not Be Good for Your Sanity.”

Oman Observer (India). October 5, 2015. “Knowing High-Status People May Hurt Your Mental Health.”

The Statesman (India). October 5, 2015. “Having High-Status Contacts May be a Mental Threat.”

Yahoo! India (India). October 4, 2015. “Knowing High-Status People May Hurt…”

MedIndia (India). October 4, 2015. “Knowing High-Status People May Not Enhance Your Happiness.”

The Express Tribune (Pakistan). October 3, 2015. “Knowing ‘High-Status’ People May Hurt Your Mental Health.”

Science Daily (United States). October 2, 2015. “Does Knowing High-Status People Help or Hurt?”

Jijitang (China). September 26, 2015. “Is Marrying within the Same Class the Truth of Assortative Mating?”

VU News (United States). September 21, 2015. “Does Knowing High-Status People Help or Hurt?”

Harvard Business Review (United States). December 2014. “Defend Your Research: Job Leads Can Be a Downer.” (pp. 900-901).

Tencent (China). September 28, 2014. “Did the Turbulence during the Cultural Revolution Decrease the Percentage of Well-Matched Marriages?”

CNPolitics (China). September 25, 2014. “Did the Turbulence during the Cultural Revolution Decrease the Percentage of Well-Matched Marriages?”

Psychiatry Advisor (United States). September 22, 2014. “Unsolicited Job Leads May Contribute to Depression.”

Medical Xpress (United States). September 22, 2014. “Unsolicited Job Leads May Negatively Impact Mental Health.”

ABC News (United States). September 9, 2014. “When Unsolicited Advice Really Isn’t Welcomed.”

Business News Daily (United States). September 9, 2014. “When Unexpected Job Leads Stress People Out.”

Psych Central (United States). September 8, 2014. “Learning of a Job Opportunity May Cause Stress.”

Sparkonit (United States). September 6, 2014. “Job Leads Can Cause Depression, Study Says.”

VU News (United States). September 5, 2014. “When Offering Someone a Job Hurts More than It helps.”

Science Daily (United States). September 5, 2014. “When Offering Someone a Job Hurts More than It helps.”