Teen Fatigue and Chronic Disease

Poor eating habits and a higher body mass in teens who don’t get enough sleep may lead to lifelong health consequences.

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75 years

Stronger Together

In the past three-quarters of a century, our school has become one of the top 10 schools of public health in the country. Join with our students from more than 40 countries as we strive to make health a human right.

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Bad Air and Violence

Breathing dirty air may likely cause people to commit more violent crimes.

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Lasting Harm

Study ties harmful body comments in adolescence to substance use in adulthood.

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Paying a Price

Women who declined medical care during hospital births report poor treatment overall.

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Bringing Help into the Home

“For my master’s project, I’ll be working with a group of rural health centers to implement telemedicine for treating mental illness. I’m excited to work on [this project] especially since I’m really interested in integrating mental and behavioral health into health care systems.

“I also have an interest in writing and public health communication. I am the founding co-executive editor of the Public Health Review, a student-led, peer-reviewed public health journal at the School of Public Health.”

— Amelia, Public Health Administration & Policy MPH

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