Members of the student group Food Policy and Obesity Prevention interview nutrition expert Marion Nestle ahead of her April 1 Grand Rounds talk.
A new study by Prof. Darby Jack equips cyclists with sensor vests to assess the health risks of air pollution.
The Mailman School’s Self, Social, and Global Awareness program helps students reflect on power and privilege in public health.
Breathing air pollutants during pregnancy can damage the child’s brain, according to researchers at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health.
Research from Prof. Peter Muennig finds that Medicaid is beneficial for mental health, financial wellbeing, and preventive care.
Eating NAFTA: A Critique of Mexico's Public Health Response to Diet-Related Illness