Press Mentions and Interviews

Selected Press Mentions

Why Africa Is Set to Backstop Britain’s Post-Brexit Health CareBloomberg Businessweek, September 11, 2017.

This is the impact of a lack of sleep on your careerWorld Economic Forum, May 4, 2017.

Crying babies can reduce household income by 11 percent an hourThe Telegraph,  April 12, 2017.

How crying babies make you so exhausted it affects your INCOMEThe Daily Mail, April 12, 2017.

Obesity crisis: Is this the food that is making us all fat?BBC News, Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

Child-induced fatigue costs economy dear, says new studyThe Observer, Saturday 25 February 2017.

Economists quantified what sleep deprivation does to mothers’ pay and productivityQuartz, 17 February 2017.

Revealed: Why we’re eating more healthily than ever but are still overweightMirror, 12 February, 2017.

Ever fatter (Cada vez mas gordos)” (in Spanish) El Periodico, 12 February 2017.

Calorie limits ‘should be cut to reflect our couch potato lifestyles’ because they come from First World War when we walked to work and didn’t textDaily Mail, 28 December 2016.

Dobbiamo smetterla di mangiare come ci hanno insegnato a fare i nostri genitori: troppe calorie”. La ricerca della London School of EconomicsHuffinghton Post,28 December 2016.

The meals your parents made for you are now too calorific for modern lifestylesThe Telegraph, 26 December 2016.

Brexit will put UK’s access to life-saving new medicines at risk“,The Independent, 2 November, 2016.

Long Term Care Subsidies Reduce Hospitalizations by 11%La Vanguardia (Spanish), July 27, 2016

Brexit and the National Health Service“, Wall Street Journal, June 29, 2016

Mayor of London: between a millionaire and a the son a a bus driver” , Radio France International, 5 May, 2016.

Catalans in the UK live with angst the possibility of BrexitLa Vanguardia, 16 June, 2016

How income influences our healthcare decisions“, World Economic Forum,3 August, 2015.

Adopting the euro leads to a decrease in national pride, study finds“,,22 July 2015

Forever Young“,  The Economist,May 14, 2015,

Nurture more important than Nature,” Science Daily,February 11, 2015

Descentralização da educação: como se fez lá fora” , Observador, 15 January 2015

Study associates globalisation and obesity” (in Spanish)  La Vanguardia, 11 January 2015

Globalisation: the obesity trendKiss FM,11 January 2015

Does living in a democracy make you tall?”  Hindustan Times,21 November 2014,

Voluntary guidelines to protect young fashion models aren’t working“, 20 January 2014, The Guardian

Obesity and poverty: the evidence“, Chanel 4 News, January 23, 2013

Winner takes it allNew York Times – Latitude, December 3 2012.

Socially transmitted’ anorexia: Peer pressure drives eating disorders“, Fox News, March 2012

Anorexia research finds government intervention justifiedThe Guardian, 1 March 2012

Has the Euro Crisis Killed Off Social Democracy For Good?The New Republic, 3 December 2011.


Costa-i-Font (LSE): Catalogna, rischio effetto a catenaFuturo Europa, 15 October 2017.

Poor people are more likely to be obese” (in Spanish), Deia, Wednesday 29 March 2017

The Spanish long term care reform was done in a  rush and with out much thought“(in Spanish). El Correo, 13 August 2013.