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.
SPH Snapshot: December 3-7, 2018
Scenes from the week on campus, from volunteer gift-wrapping to the December Graduate Reception.
Homelessness and Health
Some thoughts on the causes and consequences of a persistent, visible health challenge.
Celebrating 30 Years of the Environmental Health PhD Program
An interactive look back on three decades of research and accomplishments.
politics and health
States Are Future of Healthcare Reform
David Jones points to opportunities for state-level, bipartisan collaboration in New England Journal of Medicine article.
‘Lumping Diverse People into One Group Is a Disadvantage’
Ahead of December 12 Public Health Forum, Maria Rosario Araneta, professor of epidemiology at University of California San Diego, on Asian American health disparities.