Guns Used in Cross-Border Crimes Originate from States with More Lax Laws
Guns used in crime flow from states with weaker laws to states with stronger laws.
l. adrienne cupples award
L. Adrienne Cupples Award Presented to UC Berkeley Professor
Nicholas P. Jewell, professor of biostatistics and statistics at University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, received award on April 5.
How Schools Can Help Foster a Healthier Public Debate
In a time of polarization, it is more important than ever that we advance our core academic value of embracing the generous exchange of diverse viewpoints.
Upswings in Older-Age Cognitive Ability May Not Be Universal
Majority-Black cohort reveals no clear upward trend in cognitive abilities among older adults.
Gender-Based Violence: Let’s Go Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg
To optimally affect the health and well-being of women worldwide, we need to resolve the fundamental problems of identification of victims and violence prevalence.
In Conversation With
‘We Will Not Stop’
Sarah Degnan Kambou on International Center for Research on Women, doubling down on facts, and why public health is activism.