New research by Prof. Andrew Rundle finds that children exposed to antibiotics in pregnancy had a higher risk of childhood obesity.
Environmental Health Sciences student Erika Eitland, MPH '15, writes about a student-run initiative and fundraiser to assist with the Ebola outbreak.
How does the government push the working poor deeper into poverty? The National Center for Children in Poverty's new study reports on state-by-state income tax policies.
Jack Geiger, 2014 Frank A. Calderone Prize honoree, calls for a stronger voice to fight poverty.
How much does a healthy population cost? Grand Rounds speaker Glen Mays gives a quick lesson in public health financing.
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