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Stephen’s Legacy

Like many people who are attracted to public health, Stephen Okiria was big-hearted, smart and committed.

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Editor's Note

Safely Ahead of His Time

Nobody should have to suffer in order to value basic safety.

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School Accolades

Fall 2010

Going for the gold in renovation; plus more faculty and student honors.

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Public Health Travels into Africa

Public Health Travels to Africa

Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels samples the School’s transformative research collaborations in Africa.

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Vaccine Man

Frontiers of Public Health

Researcher Orin Levine talks with the magazine about better vaccine distribution in the developing world.

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Women and Tobacco

Global Health Snapshot

In the developing world, very few women smoke. How are tobacco companies trying to change that?

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The Face of Trauma

The Face of Trauma

Can innovations in trauma care in the U.S. reduce trauma's toll in developing countries?

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Worth Its Salt

Dean Michael J. Klag examines prospects for lowering Americans’ blood pressure via salt reduction and other efforts.

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