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Bacteria: The Summer Bummer

With population growing in US coastal areas, we can expect more Americans to become ill from beach water until the sources of contamination are addressed. 

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Environmental Justice for All

Zoning codes and land-use laws govern the way cities are planned and built. Their development has excluded low-income people and people of color.

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On Association Health Plans

The future health and health care of Americans is in jeopardy as the undermining of the ACA, which has benefited millions, remains under attack.  

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The Cost of Insulin

As total out-of-pocket spending on insulin has quadrupled from 2007 to 2017, lawmakers and industry leaders are put under pressure to control the prices.

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Fentanyl East of the Mississippi

Naloxone and fentanyl test strips are rising as promising strategies to combat the rise in fentanyl-related overdose deaths east of the Mississippi.

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Understanding the Cost of Insulin

Insulin prices have steadily increased into being often unaffordable. The drug patent system and lack of regulations may be big contributors to the problem.

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Got 13 Minutes? Try Meditating

With improvements in your mood, stress level, and physical wellbeing, research suggests that meditating for even short periods of time can prove beneficial.

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Low Rent, High Rent

With reducing numbers of affordable housing and increasing demand, people across major US cities are moving towards middle-market rentals.

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The 2020 Census Debate

PHP Fellow Julia Garcia examines support and opposition for the Supreme Court decision on inclusion of the citizenship question in the 2020 census.

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