PTSD Nearly Doubles Infection Risk
People with PTSD are nearly twice as likely to get any kind of infection, but the associations between PTSD and different kinds of infection may differ between women and men.
Professor Presents Gun Violence Research at Health Law Workshop
Michael Ulrich received critiques on a research paper in which he applies a public health law framework to evaluate open carry regulations.
Race, History, and the Science of Health Inequities
To end racial health gaps, we must address the past that informs them.
400 Years of Inequality: An Interactive Timeline
The Activist Lab invites the SPH community to add to the timeline in the Talbot Lobby throughout the month of October.
‘The Work of Democracy Is Life-Changing and Life-Risking’
Cornell William Brooks, professor at Harvard Kennedy School, minister, and former president of the NAACP, on the power of protest and the next generation of leaders.
‘Public Policy Can Redress Systemic Challenges’
Neera Tanden, CEO and president of the Center for American Progress, on achieving racial equity in health care and education, and creating policies in a post-truth society.