A Call for Bold, Brave Public Health Practice
Navigating uncharted territory with insufficient data and ever-changing circumstances, it is reasonable that good, smart, well-intended people would shine light in different directions.
A Moment of Sadness, Reflection, and Comfort
On October 14, SPH held a virtual memorial to honor and grieve more than a million lives lost to COVID-19.
‘We Are All Suffering from Stressors Right Now’
Ashima Dogra, MPH student and medical doctor, is pursuing a career in family medicine, with plans to emphasize holistic care and mental health support.
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Blood Test Could Identify Gulf War Illness
Researchers and Gulf War veterans have fought for decades for recognition of the mysterious group of chronic symptoms. Now, central nervous system proteins in the blood could be the key to objectively diagnosing GWI.
What Are States Doing about COVID-19?
With policymakers and reporters weighing what works and what doesn’t in the battle against COVID-19, they’re increasingly turning to a database of state policies overseen by Julia Raifman.
For Cardiovascular Disease, It’s the 20 Percent vs the 80 Percent
The richest fifth of the US population has seen improvements in cardiovascular health over the last two decades. For everyone else, it’s mostly stayed the same or gotten worse.