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MPH student Tyler Nichols writes about his public health education in and out of the classroom.
Black women in the U.S were six times more likely to be murdered than their white peers for the years 1999 through 2020.
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.
- December 11, 2023
Mary Beth Terry discussed her Centennial Grand Challenges research project to reduce indoor air pollution.
- October 4, 2023
Women More Walkable Neighborhoods Have Lower Rates of Obesity-Related Cancers
- September 23, 2023
Columbia Mailman scientists and environmental justice activists from South Bronx Unite launch a research project
- June 29, 2023
The clean energy economy is out of reach for many households
- June 26, 2023
Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medicine have been awarded a $9.8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to help combat cancer disparities fueled by persistent poverty.
- February 28, 2023
New research on NYC's Open Streets program--launched during COVID-19--is among the first to investigate the unintended impacts of the policy.
- February 6, 2023
Awareness of breast density appears to increase one’s perceived breast cancer risk for a short time after undergoing mammography in Northern Manhattan.
- February 3, 2023
Neighborhood Walkability Linked to Risk of Gestational Diabetes