LGBT Caregivers Younger, More Diverse Than Non-LGBT Counterparts
With unpaid caregiving increasing as a public health issue, a new study finds that many LGBT caregivers suffer more financial strain, poor health and emotional stress than non-LGBT caregivers.
In Conversation With
‘It’s Important to Do What We Can’
Julia Raifman on how policy affects health of LGBT populations, why US government needs to start counting transgender people, and translating research into action.
At-Home Genetic Testing Leads to Misinterpretations of Results
Study is first to examine challenges that may arise when consumers contact healthcare providers about their raw DNA interpretation results.
In Memoriam: Lisa Chedekel
Colleagues and friends remember Lisa Chedekel, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and SPH’s senior writer/media relations director, who died of cancer on January 12.
Revisiting, once more, America’s fatal dysfunction on the issue of firearms.
Professors Contribute to Top JAMA Articles
Two of journal’s top 10 most-discussed articles from 2017 are by SPH authors.