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The Breathtaking Disease
Two decades into the asthma epidemic, little is known about what causes asthma or
how to prevent it. Researchers aim to revolutionize asthma science on both counts.
By Mike Field
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Vaccines have proven themselves to be the preeminent public health tool. However, recent U.S. shortages have exposed a fragile vaccine production system suffering from neglect.
By Eileen Murphy
The Center for Injury Research and Policy rolls out a mobile facility to save lives; plus, an illustrated guide to the world of injury prevention.
By Susan Muaddi Darraj
From Bucksport, Maine, to San Diego, California, doctoral students are helping community health organizations gauge the effectiveness of their programs.
By Brian W. Simpson
The School unveils a new look and a new identity for the outside world.
Thanks for the biosecurity issue; memories of an Army life; etc.
It’s time to impose a nice solution on our health care problems.
Fine-tuning a pollution study; on the new campaign trail; beating T. gondii
A Texas physician’s inspiration leads to decades of School camaraderie.
The word on AIDS in Nigeria; a girl named Meena in South Asia; and more
The “supersized” American waistline and what to do about it