On Discrimination Against Transgender Populations
The recent law in North Carolina reminds us of pervasive discrimination against transgender people nationwide. A note on the responsibilities of public health to this population.
Viewpoint: FDA E-Cigarette Regulations Aren’t Just Wrong—They’re Dangerous
We need to reduce cigarette consumption in this country, not protect cigarettes from competition from much safer alternatives.
New Research Center to Study Environmental Health Disparities
SPH and Harvard team up on Center for Research on Environmental and Social Stressors in Housing Across the Life Course.
Depression Lowers Women’s Chances of Pregnancy
Women who reported severe depression experienced 38 percent decrease in average probability of conception in given menstrual cycle.
Link Found Between Gene and Blood Vessel Damage
Identified gene called FOXF2 may cause stroke by affecting pericytes.
Innovating for a Healthier Public
A note about innovations across sectors that stand to improve the health of populations.