Look for our special Commencement edition of Transmission next Wednesday, May 18. Over the summer, we will publish on a monthly schedule.

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Unequal Stress: How Poverty Is Toxic for Children’s Brains

Scientists, policy experts, and advocates shared strategies to protect children at a recent symposium held at the American Museum of Natural History.

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Pornography and Public Health

As Utah declares pornography a public health menace, Mailman School professors offer their take on the pluses and minuses of sexually explicit material.

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An Age-Old Battle Against the Mosquito

With recent outbreaks of Zika and yellow fever, Stephen Morse talks about efforts to fight the notorious Aedes aegypti.

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Faculty in the News

Will Regulating E-Cigarettes Mean Fewer Will Quit Smoking?, New York Times, May 10

Studying How Poverty Keeps Hurting Young Minds, and What to Do About It, New York Times, May 4

How Increasing Longevity Will Shape Our World, PBS NextAvenue, May 5

Watching Pornography Can "Encourage Men to Wear Condoms," According to Research, Independent,
May 3

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