Opioid Treatment Hampered by Beliefs Not Grounded in Science
Patients face unnecessary barriers to medication treatment due to government regulations and providers’ beliefs.
No One Should Be Excluded from Health
A reflection on how improving health for all means improving health for the few as well as for the many.
SPH Snapshot: December 10-14, 2018
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Human Rights Day lecture to the Barkley Holiday Party.
‘Unlike Anything You’ll Ever Do in Life’
Alum Samatha Cordova on training to become prevention medicine specialist in US Army Reserves.
‘So Much of Our Mission Is About Building Circular Relationships’
Second-year MPH student DL Lundberg launches social enterprise and Kickstarter campaign for sustainable fashion venture in Ghana.
Birth Weight Linked to Breast Cancer Risk in Black Women
African American women with particularly low or high birth weights, or born to older mothers, may be at increased risk of breast cancer.