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A Second Helping of Air Pollution

Excited for home-cooked food during the holiday season, when indoor air pollution is at its highest? The air we breathe matters as much as the food we eat.

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A Custom to Latch Onto

As public health professionals, we must support parents in their decisions to breastfeed for as long as they choose and in whatever space they select.

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What Our Use Will Produce

How we act today will determine whether antibiotics can still be successfully used in the future as the threat of antimicrobial resistance grows.

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Student Debt Blues

Education is a predictor of health, but the financial structure currently in place for student loans is neither cost-effective nor economically sustainable.

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Caregivers’ Culture of Care

Adhering to the traditional family norm of filial obligation has a protective effect on Chinese immigrants’ caregiving burdens.

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Resilience in Recovery

Supportive relationships with parents, caregivers, teachers, and peers are the most robust predictors of resilience in children exposed to violence.

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Just Google It

Searching the internet for abortion services may work for some, but it will leave those living far from an abortion provider without good information.

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Kristen Bibbins-Domingo

Oluwatobi Alliyu profiles Kristen Bibbins-Domingo to define precision medicine and highlight its uptake in health systems for at-risk populations.

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Rise in STIs

Substance use, unstable housing, and reduced condom use among young people and men who have sex with men are part of the increased number of cases of STIs.

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William Darity

PHP Fellow Oluwatobi Alliyu profiles William Darity to define reparations for Black Americans and identify those responsible for enacting reparations.

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Parks as Violence Prevention

Parks and Recreation Departments can be strong, nontraditional partners in promoting resilience and preventing violence among youth.

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Affirmative Action Affects Health

Affirmative action bans may diminish expectations of economic opportunities and perceived returns of staying healthy for underrepresented minorities.

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The Pre-K Story

If pre-kindergarten improves physical health, that might help explain subsequent gains in school performance and outcomes later in life.

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