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BEYOND THE MYTHS OF AGING
With the world's population aging at an unprecedented rate, research at the school is revolutionizing what it means to get old and how to age in the healthiest way possible.

 

THE HUMAN FACTOR
A champion of what is know as the "medical error movement", Lucian Leape is bent on making the medical profession take responsibility for patient safety by changing its procedures.

 

WATCHING WHAT WE WATCH
While questions remain as to the exact impact of media violence on our behavior and psychological well-being, the time is long overdue for the topic to take it's rightful place on the public health agenda

MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN
The Future of Public Health

 

Photograph: Kent Dayton
Illustration: Brian Razka

 

Random Samples

Taking a Bite out of West Nile Virus

Locked and Loaded Against Gun Violence

Prisoners of Violence

Opening the Airways

Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy

 

677 Huntington Avenue

At the Epidemic's Epicenter

Stephen Lagakos: Of Statistical Significance

Management Smarts for Mid-Career Docs

Giving Teens a Good Rap

Stephen Marks: Following the Beacon

Health Care for a New Century

Bookshelf

 

Alumni

Putting the Public in Public Health

Returning Medicine To It's Roots

In Canada's Developing World

 

Comment

Grassroots Epidemiology in Public Housing



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