More Guns Now Being Purchased for Self-Defense Than Recreation
Guns are increasingly being viewed as having primary role in self-defense rather than hunting or sport.
Student Looks for Nutrition Gaps in Sudan
At UNICEF Sudan, Mari Shimizu inventories international agencies’ efforts to curb malnutrition.
Grant Will Help Train Clinicians to Improve Refugee Health
Experts in refugee health will share in three-year grant to train future physicians to better serve refugee and immigrant populations.
The Public Health Dividend
How does investment in the health of populations yield financial returns?
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‘I Don’t See Demand Slowing Down’
Lisa Sullivan on new edition of her book, growing demand for biostatisticians, and helping students stop fearing math.
Reassuring Data Found on ART Outcomes
Women treated with assisted reproductive technology (ART) were likely to have non-assisted ART pregnancies at rates similar to non-delivery hospitalizations.