Old Town Road—The Climate Change Remix
We went and harmed our Earth by burning coal, and now we just can’t no more.
Career Dedicated to Fighting for Environmental Justice in Chelsea
Alum Roseann Bongiovanni is executive director of the nonprofit GreenRoots, leading the charge against the proposed electrical substation in Chelsea, Mass.
New Climate and Health Program Tackles ‘Real Crisis’
Greg Wellenius, an associate professor of epidemiology at Brown University School of Public Health, will join SPH on January 2 to lead the program that will encompass climate change research, training, and a new MS degree specialization.
‘Like Clockwork, and Not Getting Any Better’
Kevin Lane on the yearly smog crisis in Delhi, what maxed-out air pollution sensors mean, and how public health researchers are tackling the issue.
Student Wins Best Research Abstract Award
MS student Joel Earlywine received the award from research organization AMERSA for his study on prescription drug monitoring programs and adolescent injection drug use.
Some Child Development Milestones May Be Too Early
When CDC guidelines say most children reach a milestone by a certain age, “most” may mean over 99 percent or barely half.