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Integration Walls

Researchers examined state and local laws throughout the U.S. and determined where these laws are more or less supportive of immigrants.

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Breathing Room

Temporary Covid-19-related changes de-densifying living and working conditions for some migrant farm workers are not seen as improvements by all, potentially jeopardizing health and permanent implementation.

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Water as Life

Native Americans have higher rates of water insecurity than the rest of the country, which contributes to poor mental and spiritual health. Individuals and communities lack financial resources and the capacity to respond.

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Advantage in the Aftermath

In the wake of natural disasters, high levels of displacement and the need for redevelopment opens the door for a widespread shift in neighborhood economic status.

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Implicit Computer Bias

AI could greatly expand the ability of people to access mental health treatment and receive highly personalized care for their emotional health—but is only able to process what it has been taught.

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Atlanta Rorschach

In the wake of the Atlanta spa shootings, our staff grieve the losses, identify problems we want to work on, and resume the quest for the health of all. 

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Move Along, Now

Increased anti-homeless laws and complaint-based policing practices make it more difficult for homeless individuals to be rehoused.

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Profile

Marshall Shepherd, Madeleine Thomson, and Rachel Kyte

Marshall Shepherd, Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at University of Georgia; Rachel Kyte, dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University; and Madeleine Thomson, interim head of Our Health, Our Planet at the Wellcome Trust discuss strategies for combating climate change.

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Streets Made for Walking

Simple changes in built environment features can increase exercise rates, improve mental wellbeing, and lower mortality.

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Arjumand Siddiqi

Dr. Arjumand Siddiqi, professor of epidemiology at the University of Toronto, discusses the caveats of health equity and what needs to be prioritized.

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