Public Health Archives

Uncovering trends and gaps in Hispanic population health research

August 13, 2021
Increased recognition of differences within the Hispanic population is needed to inform public health interventions aimed at reducing health disparities

Race and address may increase risk for diabetes-related amputation

August 5, 2021
Findings from a recent study show toe and foot amputations are higher in rural and Western American residents, Native Americans and Asian American and Pacific Islanders

Why do COVID-19 statistics vary significantly from state to state in Mexico?

July 29, 2021
State-level differences in migration, access to health care and population age are factors that appear to affect COVID-19 incidence, hospitalizations and death

Tiffany Radcliff named SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellow

July 26, 2021
The program seeks to identify, prepare and advance academic leaders for roles within SEC institutions and beyond

Throwing for gold

July 23, 2021
School of Public Health graduate Ariana Ince will compete in the javelin for the United States at the Tokyo Olympic Games

Using silicone wristbands to measure air quality

July 21, 2021
Study finds these inexpensive, convenient devices can measure exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

Study points to citizens’ demand for Greek health care system reforms

July 16, 2021
Majority of survey respondents said they were willing to pay official fees for health care to avoid out-of-pocket payments

Are WIC participants using free benefits toward risky behaviors?

July 13, 2021
Research finds participants decreased prenatal alcohol consumption and increased postnatal smoking

Individual privacy and big data uses in public health: How does the public feel?

July 8, 2021
Study suggests that current U.S. data-protection laws do not reflect the public’s preferences