According to new research from The National Center for Children in Poverty, four out of every ten American children live in low-income families.
The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion just announced two pilot grants to help translate health-related research.
Some antagonistic to e-cigarettes are unmoved by the prospect of reducing death and disease related to tobacco, write Profs. Amy Fairchild and Ronald Bayer.
Electronic health records are turning back the clock on teen privacy, argue three Mailman School professors.
Can a newly discovered antibiotic make a difference against the worst drug-resistant superbugs? Prof. Barun Mathema weighs in.
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