First Look at Anti-Bullying Laws

Following national tragedies like the Columbine massacre, all 50 states now have anti-bullying laws. Prof. Mark Hatzenbuehler shares the key takeaways from the first comprehensive study of these laws. 

Changing HIV Prevention

PrEP holds big potential for HIV prevention, but the once-a-day dose has been a great barrier. ICAP's Harlem-based group is forging a new path to harness the potential of this powerful pill.
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Columbia's Monday Mile

The Lerner Center, Move It Monday Campaign, and Columbia University Office of Work/Life team up to inspire the community to get moving and be healthier, one Monday at a time.
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Faculty in the News

Laws to Stop Bullying Can Protect Teens If They're Done Right, NPR, October 5

Employers Turn to this Health Startup to Screen Low-Wage Workers, CRAINS Business New York, October 5

Study: Quitting Cigarettes Helps Alcoholics Stay Sober, UPI, September 30

Behind New York's Right to Shelter policy, MarketPlace, September 30

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