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Automotive congestion worsened between 2017 and 2019 in residential and mixed-use neighborhoods in the South Bronx, an area already overburdened by environmental pollution.
Metal concentrations in U.S. community water systems were particularly elevated in systems serving semi-urban, Hispanic communities.
Jeanne M. Stellman has been a leading figure in women’s occupational health, her trailblazing work stretching from the 1970s and 1980s and beyond.
Pro-choice demonstrators, Austin, Texas, 2013. Photo: iStock/Vic Hinterlang.
The right to an abortion in the United States has been protected by the Constitution since the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973.
About Us
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Founded
1922
as the DeLamar Institute of Public Health
Ranked
#
4
among national Public Health Schools
More than
16,000
graduates worldwide in our alumni community
After graduation
97
%
of students are employed or continuing studies
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Tahmid Hasib Khan saw an opportunity to bridge the gap in Bangladesh with a public health campaign that delivered critically important news about COVID-19.
Varna Kodoth, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Beyond using data to drive positive health outcomes, what can public health practitioners do to truly help those in need? Varna Kodoth believes the answer lies in storytelling.
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Taking action to become an anti-racist institution.