New research from Assistant Professor Tetyana Shippee shows women who experience age discrimination at work develop feelings of financial strain and depressive symptoms.
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SPH alumnus and Emeritus Professor Charles Oberg (MPH ’84) shares his experiences on the island of Lesbos, Greece, providing medical care for refugees seeking asylum in Europe.
Infectious disease epidemiologist and SPH Regents Professor Michael Osterholm answers questions about infectious disease outbreaks and shares tips from his latest book, “Deadliest Enemy” about what we can do to prepare.
Building on previous findings that babies born with opioid withdrawal is increasing at a staggering rate, a new study by Associate Professor Katy Kozhimannil finds that nearly 1.5 million reproductive age women are taking opioids for non-medical reasons.
HealthNewsReview.org, which helps consumers critically analyze claims about health care interventions, is now working to correct problems before they start by reviewing health care news releases before they are published. PR professionals can send a draft of their planned news release and three of HealthNewsReview.org’s expert reviewers will examine the…
In the hunt for the cause of a rare cancer plaguing Minnesota’s taconite miners, research from Associate Professor Jeffrey Mandel shows the disease cases are likely not caused by non-asbestiform elongate mineral particles.
A study by Associate Professor Sarah Gollust shows local television news stories about the ACA were politically tinged — and rarely offered details on how the initiative worked or benefited viewers.
A new program developed by Professor Alan Lifson aims to keep Ethiopian HIV patients in treatment by pairing them with fellow HIV-positive peer support workers to help them in managing their illness.
New research by Associate Professor Jean Abraham shows wellness companies are changing the way they market their programs to employers.
A new Project EAT study shows that almost half of the beverages shown in popular television shows viewed by adolescents contained alcohol.