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Teenagers Peer at Their Problems

Socioeconomic status can affect teenagers’ perceptions of their peers’ experiences with life problems, further driving health inequities.

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Guns, Not Diagnoses, Kill

Contrary to prevailing media narratives, gun ownership–not mental illness–is what is actually associated with the rates of gun-involved homicides. 

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Warning: Sweet Drinks Ahead

In the midst of a nationwide obesity epidemic, taxing and labeling policies on sugary drinks can work together to help consumers make healthier choices.

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Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

With the cellphone generation comes distracted walking, requiring new interventions to keep pedestrians paying attention and out of motor vehicle accidents.

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Why Is Vaccine Hesitancy Trending?

Now more than ever, health experts and community leaders need to be active on social media to combat the vast amounts of vaccine misinformation circulating.

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News

A Box, Naloxone, A New Life

The NaloxBox gives the public easy access to a first-aid kit with naloxone, CPR masks, and educational materials for those responding to an opioid overdose.

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Dr. Amelie Ramirez

Public Health Post Fellow Greg Kantor profiles Dr. Amelie Ramirez, who dedicates her work to promote health equity efforts amongst Latino-Americans.

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Wages and Waffles

Supermarkets’ prices are more likely to be affected by the nation’s economy, which is important in light of the push to increase the federal minimum wage.

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