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MPH student Tyler Nichols writes about his public health education in and out of the classroom.
Researchers at Columbia Mailman worked with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The number of pedestrians injured from a fall is significantly higher than the number of pedestrians injured by a motor vehicle collision.
A pair of first-year Columbia Mailman master’s students volunteered at a recent health fair in Staten Island.
- January 17, 2024
Air pollution emissions have decreased substantially but the magnitude of change varies by demographics.
- January 16, 2024
A new study examines misinformation about vaccines on social media and how it contributes to vaccine hesitancy.
- December 20, 2023
Several key public health occupations lack a classification code that the U.S. Labor Department would need to count the number of public health workers serving in the nation’s frontline biodefense.
- November 17, 2023
MPH student Kiara Tanta-Quidgeon writes about her work to support Indigenous health equity.
- October 18, 2023
Tobacco retail licenses in New York City have decreased by over 30 percent since 2018.
- October 16, 2023
A recent Grand Rounds discussion focused on improving public health in indigenous communities.
- October 5, 2023
A Grand Rounds dicussion explored how to promote effective, accessible public health messaging in an ever more challenging environment.
- October 4, 2023
Women More Walkable Neighborhoods Have Lower Rates of Obesity-Related Cancers
- September 24, 2023
The webinar discussed the intersection of public health and gun violence prevention.