- Childhood ADHD, adult crime linked
- Patients arriving too late for stroke drug
- Many mothers-to-be open to HIV counseling
- Surgery residents satisfied, stressed about future
- Spinal agent is linked to complications, expense
- Waiting, waiting for hospital emergency room care
- Wide racial gap identified in hospitalization
The debate over soft drinks intensifies as policymakers consider increased levies.
- Ad for the Center for Consumer Freedom
- Ursula Bauer, Ph.D. '95, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Muhtar Kent, CEO of Coca-Cola Co., in an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal
- Kelly Brownell, director of the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale
- Michael Jacobson, executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest
- Susan Neely, president and CEO of the American Beverage Association
- President Barack Obama in an interview with Men's Health magazine
- Ad for Americans Against Food Taxes
Do "sin taxes" result in better health choices — and should government be in the business of policing diet and lifestyles?
An advisory about antidepressants and pediatric suicidality demonstrates the challenges of accurately informing the public.
A tumult over testing
When it comes to HIV screening, questions of who, how and when are deceptively complex and the topic of fierce debate.
A conversation with Ursula Bauer
Taxing tobacco - Ursula Bauer, an architect of New York's steep tobacco "sin tax," believes that such levies are an important and effective weapon in the campaign for better health.
Russia's "unchecked" epidemic
A public health professor widely versed in Russia's dual epidemics — illegal drugs and AIDS — turns his focus to policy responses in the city of St. Petersburg.
Desperately seeking soda
Will banning school vending machines help reduce childhood obesity?
A return to China
A scholarship allows Heping Zhang to conduct research on two continents and help train a new generation of scientists.
Founding family visits YSPH
Descendants of school's original benefactor impressed by "extraordinary place of learning."
- Hands-on public health
- Reading palms
- Health without reservation
- Alumni News
- Alumni Day
- Downs fellows reflect on research abroad
- Public health expert shares insight on community care
- Fletcher wins health economics prize
- City residents surveyed about their health, habits
- Professor appointed to global HIV research agency
- Professor emerita receives achievement award
- Researcher named top editor of scientific journal
- Museum exhibit explores infectious diseases
- Magazine names Mayne Researcher of the Year
- Students awarded for commitment to health
- Researcher testifies before President's Cancer Panel
- An evening of poetry for a good cause
- Tick research presented at international conference
- OCH pursues research with (not on) local residents
- Dean Cleary named chair of HIV committee
- YSPH students appear on Jeopardy!, Millionaire
- Challenges of climate change, public health outlined
- Minority students learn about careers in public health
- New book explores health, social justice
Serum bank gathered samples from Peace Corps, military recruits
YSPH students seek mosquito larvae over fun, sun in Caribbean