The Harm Done by Trump’s Border Separations Will Echo into the Future
Health is more than what happens to us in the here and now. Our early exposures shape our health throughout our life, and the lives of our children. By taking kids from their families, the Trump administration risked undermining the health of multiple generations.
Student Receives Award from Aviation Sustainability Center
Chloe Kim won Joseph A. Hartman Student Paper Competition for research on air pollution from planes arriving at Boston Logan International Airport.
‘The Time Has Come to Take a Stand’
Monica Wang on Society of Behavioral Medicine’s statement against separating children and parents at border, why public health and medical community must speak up, and what individuals can do.
Thinking Better About the Unthinkable
Suicide is one of the most enigmatic and unpredictable health threats we face. Informed by recent events, a Note on what we know about suicide, and what we still have to learn, to address this growing challenge.
Professor to Direct New Research Center Focused on Atrial Fibrillation
Emilia Benjamin will head BU-based research center funded by American Heart Association.
Liquid Nicotine, Packaged Like Juice, Deceives Thousands of Children
Professor Michael Siegel on government’s crackdown on vaping manufacturers, sellers.