Women are twice as likely as men to perceive pot use as risky, according to a new study from Prof. Silvia Martins.
In an op-ed for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Prof. Claire Wang explains why speaking out is the right thing to do.
Profs. Ursula Staudinger and Ruth Finkelstein of the Columbia Aging Center are cited in this week's issue of Time Magazine.
Your political beliefs and party affiliation matter for your health, according to a new study by Prof. Peter Muennig.
Over the last 20 years, teenagers in the United States are getting less hourly sleep per night according to Prof. Katherine Keyes.
For Fall 2014 Entering MPH Students: Certificate Information Sessions
GCR Men's Shelter Game Night!
Columbia Christian Fellowship Meeting
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