Health Is an Extension of Politics
The election of President Trump highlighted the link between politics and health, and the public health importance of political participation. As the November midterms approach, some thoughts on how politics shapes the public’s health.
‘Every One of Those Fights Made Us Stronger’
Ahead of receiving Beyond Health Award on behalf of Planned Parenthood at November 1 gala, Dawn Laguens on working to defend and advance reproductive rights during Trump presidency and how Massachusetts is leading the way.
Should the Government Ban E-Cigarettes?
Vaping by minors must stop, but a ban would be a disaster.
Significant Disparities in College Student Mental Health Treatment Across Race/Ethnicity
Half of white students with clinically significant mental health problems received treatment in past year compared to one-quarter of African American and Asian students and one-third of Latinx students.
Building Cities That Bounce Back
In the age of climate change, it has never been more important to create resilient cities by merging the insights of urban design and public health.
SPH Snapshot: September 10-14, 2018
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Diversity and Inclusion Seminar to a student organization fair.