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Black Americans and people with less formal education are more likely to use scented and scent-altering menstrual and intimate care products than other groups.
Inadequate health coverage is a problem for commercially insured children,
MPH student Regan Moss writes about health equity in perimenopause and endometriosis.
- November 20, 2023
Kamal Menghrajani, MS ’23, on her experience as a White House Fellow.
- November 17, 2023
MPH student Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon writes about her work to support Indigenous health equity.
- November 14, 2023
Columbia faculty presented research at the second annual National Research Conference for the Prevention of Firearm-Related Harms.
- November 13, 2023
Study shows low-intensity burning can dramatically reduce the risk of devastating fires for years at a time.
- November 9, 2023
A Q&A with Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou
- November 8, 2023
Racial inequities in maternal morbidity and mortality persist into the postpartum period, leading to a higher rate of postpartum hospital use among Black and Hispanic people.