New Vaccines Needed against Childhood Pneumonia
After successful vaccination campaigns against major bacterial causes of severe childhood pneumonia, the respiratory syncytial virus is now responsible for almost a third of cases worldwide.
What Trump Got Wrong, and Right, in His Speech about the Environment
In this case, the gaslighting was actually about gas (and coal, and oil).
‘Dancing with a Purpose’
Ikpindi Djeri on organizing a Haitian dance program for Mattapan residents through the Activist Bucks program, and the importance of human connection.
Buprenorphine without a Prescription Could Save Lives
If emergency doses of the opioid use disorder treatment medication were available over the counter, benefits may outweigh risks.
New PHX Program Introduces Public Health to Youth
Rising 7th through 10th graders studied topics such as health equity and environmental justice, and acquired tools for data collection during the summer enrichment program.
Police Shootings Reflect Cities’ Levels of Segregation
A city’s level of racial residential segregation is the biggest predictor of how much more likely police are to fatally shoot black individuals than white ones—regardless of the racial makeup of a city’s police force or other variables.