Susan Sherman wants the high-risk world of Baltimore’s strip clubs to be safer for the vulnerable women who work in them. Her extensive research aims to expand the dancers’ choices—not tell them how to live.
Over 600 million Indians defecate outside every day. One vexing public health question central to the country’s sanitation crisis: Why would an individual choose to not use a toilet even when one is available?
News flash: We cannot medicate our way to health. Knowledge about brain plasticity, epigenetics and social determinants of health make relationships, self-awareness and mindfulness a matter of public health.
The aftermath of Freddie Gray’s death has been a time of soul-searching. What has emerged is Engaging Baltimore, a School initiative that brings the tools and actions of public health to help the city.
Furry friends once blamed for helping to spread MRSA might actually be immunity-boosters against it, according to veterinarian Meghan Davis. Plus: the MPH vets she mentors between lectures and conference.