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Prescribing Fruits and Vegetables

Through partnerships with supermarkets and health providers, it is possible to improve consumption of fruits and vegetables among low-income residents.

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Thirsty for Safe Water at School

There is room for improvement across the country in both urban and rural schools to better their water access and testing standards.

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Healthy Herbivores

Availability of vegetarian options in cafeterias promoted healthier diets. The move would lower emissions of human-generated greenhouse gases if scaled.

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SNAPing out of Food Insecurity

Although SNAP is a crucial part of the social safety net, benefits do not support families for the entire month, leading to worse health outcomes.

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Pain, Prescriptions, and Prejudice

African Americans disproportionately inherit sickle cell disease and depend on opioids to cope with pain, making treatment a challenge during an epidemic.

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Her Neighborhood, Her Health

Understanding how past and present policies influence neighborhood economic conditions provides a possible path to mitigating adverse birth outcomes.

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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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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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