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A Million and Counting

In less than two years, a million people explored topics near and dear to our collective heart. For faculty dedicated to the transmission of knowledge to protect health, it's pretty heady stuff.

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AfterWords

The Public Health Narrative

Students Tsega Gebreyesus and Varsha Ramakrishnan responded to affronts to health and dignity by unleashing the power of storytelling.

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Accolades

Accolades

Transformational Take on Kidney Disease, and a Sabin for Santosham.

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Frontiers of Public Health

The Governor

As the new senior policy scholar at the Bloomberg School, Ronnie Musgrove advises researchers on how to transform evidence into lifesaving policies.

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The Last Pixel

Look to the Future

Like the silhouetted visitors to an ancient fort in Agra, India, you're pausing at the threshold of old and new. This last page of the last issue of our years-old design for Johns Hopkins Public Health opens the door to possibility. Look for our new design in October 2014. 

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Staff

Staff

Writers, editors, designers, web specialists and others help create each issue of Johns Hopkins Public Health. See who’s who.

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Bravos for the food issue, concerns about CAFOs and 141 trillion calories worth of edible food wasted each year in the U.S.

About the Magazine

About the Magazine

We tell the stories behind the research performed at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Plus, find out how to subscribe, write to the editor and contact the Bloomberg School public affairs team.

Awards

Awards

Johns Hopkins Public Health magazine has won numerous awards for stories and special issues on sex and health, malaria, asthma, the dangers of field research, as well as Islam and public health. Peruse some of our award winners

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Still Waters

Still Waters

This gallery by photojournalist Kuni Takahashi illustrates key preventative measures initiated by Bloomberg Philanthropies in Bangladesh where 12,000 children drown annually.

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Rising To the Challenge

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