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Johns Hopkins Public Health explores the complex and compelling narrative of public health. Its stories explain the latest research breakthroughs as well as the persistent threats to human health such as malaria, AIDS, chronic diseases, injury, obesity, pandemic flu and other issues. The award-winning magazine of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health takes readers inside the most important issues of public health by covering the science, the scientists and the people who can most benefit by advances in health.

Who receives the print version of the magazine?

A major communications medium for the Bloomberg School, Johns Hopkins Public Health is sent to alumni, government officials, media professionals and friends of the School.

Can I subscribe to Johns Hopkins Public Health?

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How can I contact the magazine’s editor?

Phone: 410-955-6878
Regular mail:
Brian W. Simpson, Editor
Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe St., E2132
Baltimore, MD 21205

Whom do I contact with media inquiries, or to find an expert?

Phone: 410-955-6919
Regular mail:
Susan Sperry, Director of Marketing and Communications
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe St., E2144
Baltimore, MD 21205

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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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