One-Fifth of Young Drinkers Report Consuming ‘Jello Shots’
Jello shot consumers found to have heavier, riskier drinking patterns.
Living Near Highways Raises Risk of Heart Attacks, Strokes
Differences found in risk among diverse ethic/racial groups across Boston.
Population Health in the Era of Global Aging
Population aging is one of the most important global demographic shifts of this century. How can public health rise to the opportunities presented by global population aging?
Organizational Changes Help to Reduce Hospital Readmissions
Strong coordination across disciplines and collaboration with post-acute providers key to reducing readmissions.
Air Pollution Not Tied to Weight Gain in Adult Women
No consistent pattern found between weight change and pollutant exposure among African American women.
Empathy and the Health of Populations
What is empathy? What is the role of empathy in the work of public health?