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‘All Puerto Rican Voices Are Important’
Alumna Debora Perez on creating Borikén Podcast after Hurricane Maria and using public health perspectives to examine Puerto Rican experience.
How Art Reflects the Conditions That Create Health
Art emerges from the same cultural, economic, and political context that generates health. Understanding art can help us better understand these conditions, and how we can improve them, to create healthier populations.
Despite Pre-Travel Consultations, Many Students Get Preventable Diseases Abroad
Many sick students returning from abroad have infections that can be prevented with vaccination or other methods, despite majority receiving pre-travel consultation from health care providers.
‘One of the Real, Complex Public Health Issues’
Jim O’Connell, president of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, will receive Beyond Health Award at SPH Gala in November.
Professor Receives NIH Grant for HIV Research in Zambia
Donald Thea receives $5.3 million grant to study illness and mortality among HIV-exposed but uninfected children in Zambia.
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Gout Drug May Protect Against Chronic Kidney Disease
Fears about kidney disease have traditionally led to undertreating many gout patients, leading to poorer outcomes.