Scientists hope restoring coral reefs will boost a local economy, improve nutrition, and even relieve anxiety.
The research scientist Kritee started using Buddhist rituals to cope with her climate grief. Now she’s helping others do the same.
As temperatures rise so do heat-related illnesses. Cities and states are trying to find ways to cool off this emerging crisis.
Community leaders are deploying technology to reduce emerging health risks.
When Sadiq Khan became mayor, decreasing air pollution was a top priority. Here’s how new policies have reduced health risks.
My friend’s butterfly garden seemed absurd. Now it relieves my climate stress.
The Climate Health Organizing Fellowship is training a dozen teams on activating their communities to improve patient well-being.
Updates on vaccines for malaria and HPV, tampons as a human right, how other countries see American health care, and more.
A Q&A with Karen Dahl on the new Public Health AmeriCorps.
America’s medical schools and hospitals need to do a better job of protecting Black patients from discrimination.
An editorial cartoon by Natasha Loder
The physician and health journalist on the power of story.
Radiation biologist Kristopher Sarosiek zeroes in on why the severity of COVID-19 varies so widely.
Workplace health, crisis response, collaborations in China and Africa, and other news from the school.
The Center for Health Decision Science inspired Alan Colowick’s career. He’s returning the favor.
Public health leaders must broadcast clear and compelling ideas to help build a resilient, sustainable post-pandemic future..
Awards, honors, and other recognitions for a wide range of faculty
Career updates from past classes, starting with a note from the class of 1990.
The recipients of this year’s Awards of Merit, Leadership Award, Innovator Award, and Emerging Professional Award.
Groundbreaking researcher on high-risk behaviors popularized the idea of college binge-drinking.