Problem gambling has consequences that are virtually the same as drug addiction. And it’s much more common among adolescents than adults.
People have tried nets, insecticides, drugs and other means to stop malaria. Enter the parasite’s newest foe: bacteria.
What numbers 60,000, buzzes incessantly and lives within a fence on campus? That would be the new hive of the Sommer Scholars Apiary Club.
Too often African girls are pressured to engage in transactional sex. A new program involved entire communities in finding solutions.
Vitamin A supplementation saved mothers’ lives in Nepal, but didn’t make a difference in Bangladesh. Why?
A rare study brings data to the common assertion that sexual health is more than the absence of disease and violence.
All-terrain vehicles may be fun for the young, but present serious risks: 4,000 kids were hospitalized in a recent 9-year period.
Is SpongeBob a minion of the high-sugar, high-fat industrial complex?
Associate dean Tom Burke gives listeners the inside scoop on what they can do with a public health degree.
The Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies joins the Bloomberg School.
Besides saving lives, vaccines can save countries money as well.
More antidepressants prescribed by non-psychiatrists; a novel way to clear bacteria from the lungs; online searches after tobacco-tax hikes.
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