Students, faculty, and staff shared their winning ideas with NYC's Health Commissioner and Mailman faculty member Mary Bassett.
As the Ebola outbreak worsens, Mailman School epidemiologists and infectious disease experts take stock of the situation and reflect on its broader lessons.
Research by Prof. David Bell finds that males in search of emergency contraception are often turned away from pharmacies.
In advance of the U.N. Climate Summit, Environmental Health Sciences students are taking action against global climate change.
The new Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion will conduct research, education, and service to improve health promotion and communication practices.
Scenes from the American Afterwar: Intimacy, Injury, and Forms of Life Worth Living
CUEGR: "Randomized clinical trial of preconception low dose aspirin use and pregnancy rate: the EAGeR Trial"
Can Non-Cognitive Traits Explain Health Inequalities?
Emergency department utilization patterns and prescription drug overdose death
Investigating the Role of Agrochemicals, Arsenic, and Ambient Temperature in Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Etiology in El Salvador
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