Gazing back at past successes is tempting, but we’re embracing the challenges of improving health for the next 100 years.
A trusted source dispenses healthy advice on Nepal’s radios.
Teen’s research explores dengue secrets.
While CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing gets all the headlines, its cousin may revolutionize the fight against bad bacteria.
Shruti Mehta works to deliver HIV and Hep C care to people who inject drugs.
Evidence shows police-youth program works in Baltimore.
One person’s weed is another’s edible treasure.
We must fearlessly confront society’s unequal distribution of power and opportunity.
Former Congressman Henry Waxman and newly elected Maryland state delegate Clarence Lam talk candidly about the Rx for political reform.
In celebration of our Centennial, we tell the School’s history through essential—and whimsical—objects.
Neither red tape nor Taliban has deterred Noor Rakhshani from working on a vaccine problem in her Pakistani homeland.
1.2 million people die in traffic crashes every year—most in developing countries. What’s the solution?
Public health is replete with good, stubborn people.
A word with the new Health Advisory Board chair Stephen G. Moore.