gulf war illness
Gulf War Veterans “Aging” Faster
Chemical exposures from Gulf War deployment associated with higher rates and earlier onset of chronic medical conditions.
SPH Snapshot: March 11-15, 2019
Scenes from the week on campus, from a U.S. News rankings celebration to a student summit on gun violence.
The Period Project: Working Toward Menstrual Health Equity
It is high time that we increase access to menstrual hygiene products both on campus and beyond.
‘I Have Devoted My Career to Improving Latino Health’
Ahead of Public Health Forum, Amelie Ramirez, director of Institute for Health Promotion Research at UT Health San Antonio and founder of Salud America!, on incorporating digital tools into public health work.
chronic kidney disease
Central American Kidney Disease Epidemic Linked to Occupational Heat Exposure
Chronic kidney disease, common in agricultural workers, also found in 12 percent of sample of brick makers.
Hep C Treatment Misconceptions Common Among People Who Inject Drugs and Their Healthcare Providers
Researchers lay out common narratives side-by-side with relevant guidelines for treating hepatitis C in people who inject drugs.