Hijacking Women’s Health
Louisiana may give the US Supreme Court a chance to reconsider whether states are free to pretend they protect women’s health by reducing access to abortion services.
SPH Snapshot: February 11-15, 2019
Scenes from the week on campus, from a Dean’s Symposium to a cupcake decorating party.
When Medical Students Teach High-Schoolers CPR, Both Benefit
PumpStart program improves bystander CPR knowledge, skills, and confidence among high school students, and gives medical students hands-on community experience.
in the classroom
Students Gain Real-World Experience with Grant Proposal Competition
First-year MPH students learn art of grant writing in Leadership & Management core course.
‘Dying Healthy Can Be a Worthy Public Health Goal’
At Dean’s Symposium, authors, storytellers, and health experts explored notions of “good deaths” and how talking about tabooed topic can lead to more fulfilling lives.
BPA May Affect Reproductive Health
Mounting evidence suggests prenatal exposure to bisphenol A may have impact on development of ovaries.