Beyond the opioid crisis and even beyond deaths of despair, mortality rates are rising across causes and groups. And a public health crisis is rising, according to Dr. Steven Woolf.
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The diversity among Latinx populations is understudied, suggests Dr. Kasim Ortiz. Read more in our interview with him.
The HOPE Initiative is a major new effort to better understand, assess, and accelerate the nation’s progress towards improving equitable opportunities for health and well-being for all Americans. Find out more…
No population center, school of public health, or medical school? You can still make interdisciplinary population health research happen. Read about the Center on Health, Risk, and Society at American University.
Health insurance coverage is important, but especially in the Rio Grande Valley, it’s nowhere near enough to improve health. Heide Castaneda explains why.
Meet the Columbia Population Research Center, an IAPHS institutional member. Read about their work with reproductive health and HIV, urbanism, immigration and migration, and more…
Poor dental health is linked to cardiovascular disease, disrupted sleep, pain, employability challenges, and even life-threatening infections. Can a population health approach help?
Nativity vs. citizenship status: what really determines access to health insurance for Latino populations? Read more from Dr. Gabriel Ramon Sanchez and colleagues…
“Since I’ve had housing, my diabetes changed.” How affordable housing and housing assistance impact population health.