My first year in public health was challenging, eye-opening, and fantastic.
Inside the mind of the 11th dean of the Bloomberg School.
El Niño forecasts could help prevent cholera deaths.
The Gates Foundation’s Challenge Initiative invests in family planning for urban sustainability.
Expensive dental care and lack of insurance coverage mean more seniors are compromising their oral health.
A Q&A with the new chair of Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Finally, mixed methods—combining quantitative and qualitative research—is all the rage.
The former president and researcher G. Caleb Alexander discuss why opioid-related deaths are still increasing and the best solutions.
Vitamin A deficiency threatens the vision and lives of millions of children in sub-Saharan Africa. Biofortified staple crops could provide a nutritional safety net.
Environmental exposures can alter gene activity for anywhere from minutes to a lifetime. Some changes might even persist over generations.
Our timely power to convene others in common cause.
Gun owner and researcher Cassandra Crifasi aims to change the conversation.