SPH Snapshot: November 5-9, 2018
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Yes on 3 rally to a post-midterms debrief.
Scenes from the For the Future of Public Health Gala
On November 1, more than 350 faculty, students, alumni, and community members gathered at Mandarin Oriental, Boston for biennial gala themed “Together, We Are Changing the World.”
The Medicaid Wave
2018 will be remembered as the year with the greatest increase in the number of states expanding Medicaid coverage since the expansion went into effect in 2014.
‘I Ran As Someone Who Will Listen to People’s Concerns’
DrPH student Tami Gouveia elected state representative of 14th Middlesex district in midterm election.
The 2018 Midterms: A Public Health Takeaway
Some thoughts on this week’s election.
Stress Associated with Impaired Memory, Lower Brain Volumes
High levels of stress-related hormone cortisol associated with worse memory and visual perception.