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Focus on Latino Health

October 11, 2019

As the celebrations of Hispanic Heritage month conclude, Dr. Ana Abraído-Lanza encourages us to elucidate how social forces shape the health of the diverse Latino population.
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Evaluating Malaria Camps in Rural India

October 10, 2019

Drs. Jane Carlton, Anne Kessler, Danielle Ompad, and Yesim Tozan travel to Rourkela, India to evaluate a village-based malaria intervention operated by the Odisha State Malaria Control Program (OSMCP)...
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The Interconnectedness of Public Health

October 4, 2019

A perspective piece by Undergraduate Student Cassi Niedziela 

Pictured: Pamphlets from two UNGA side

A perspective piece by Undergraduate Student Cassi Niedziela that discusses how various public health issues can be addressed in similar ways. 

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Cross Continental Experience Blog: Finally Learning Spanish

October 4, 2019

A student experience blog by C-C MPH student Jessica Will that discusses the journey of learning Spanish while being immersed in Argentinian culture.
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The Elephant in the Room

October 3, 2019

By Julia Cartwright. With the nation – and the world - consumed with constant breaking news related to impeachment proceedings here in the U.S. and with Brexit in the U.K., leaders in public health ...
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You Are Not Alone!

September 27, 2019

A perspective piece by MPH student Lucia Girande. Addressed to Greta Thunberg and young climate activists, she calls all to pay attention to climate change.
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It's Time We Listen to the Scientists

September 27, 2019

A message from Dr. Alexis Merdjanoff. It's time that funders, researchers, and practitioners in the field of public health speak up and be heard.
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Cross Continental Experience Blog: First Impressions of Buenos Aires

September 18, 2019

A student experience blog by C-C MPH student Jessica Will introducing herself and discussing first impressions of Buenos Aires.
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Join Us: #BeThe1To Help Save a Life

September 13, 2019

A Message from Dean Cheryl Healton. The taking of lives – whether by one’s own hand or by another’s – weighs heavily on our nation’s mental health and demands a coordinated, national respons...
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