Identifying Breast Cancer Risk Factors for Black Women
Study identifies “modifiable” factors, such as breastfeeding and body size.
‘Common Statistical Pitfalls’ Found in Basic Science Research
Sample sizes that are too small and lack of attention to control groups among key problems.
Stories “Put a Human Face to Public Health”
At BUSPH Stories on October 21, 10 community members told their public health stories live.
Politics and Public Health
On the upcoming election, its stakes, and its potential consequences for population health.
Too Much, Too Little Sleep Hurts Men’s Ability to Get Partners Pregnant
Men who reported sleeping fewer than six hours per night, or nine hours or more, had 43 percent less probability per cycle of getting their partners pregnant.
Viewpoint: “Nobody Has More Respect for Women Than I Do”
Donald Trump’s “respect” claim throughout this election has belied both his misogyny and his lack of accountability.