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War on Words

The way journalists and reporters frame public health crises has the power to create and perpetuate racist bias.

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Hard Work Doesn’t Pay

Reparations and baby bonds are just two economic plans that could fundamentally restructure Black communities.

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Feeding the Classes

A startling and rising number of US residents face the everyday uncertainty of food insecurity, but the solution may be more than money.

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Youth Use

Researchers found that as people moved from richer neighborhoods to poorer ones, they drank more and reported more alcohol consequences.

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Calculating Coverage

With 8 million unique users annually on social media, PHP reminds readers that public health is everything: from Covid-19 to sex to aging.

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Vote Like Your Health Depends on It

The four PHP writing fellows and the three editors have each taken one public health issue and offer reminders of what is at stake in 2020.

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Are the Kids Too Loud?

Schools exposed to greater levels of noise pollution are more likely to serve students of color or low-income students.

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Ibram X. Kendi

Hoffman’s work set up much of the research about racial disparities over the last century. Kendi’s life work has been in stark contrast.

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Smoking in San Francisco

In the past three years, youths have been increasingly using tobacco products, erasing 50 years of public health work to reduce tobacco use.

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Caitlin Rivers

Caitlin Rivers gives an overview on the causes and consequences of Covid-19 while highlighting the state of the science.

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