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US rice exported to Haiti may be harmful to health

New research from Jackie Goodrich

Rice exported to Haiti—mostly from the United States—contains unhealthy levels of arsenic and cadmium, which can increase the risk of various cancers, heart disease, diabetes and other illnesses, new research shows.

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Public health takes on gun violence crisis

‘The Exchange’ brings together experts to discuss solutions to national epidemic

Preventing gun violence is a democracy project. That’s the message Brandon Wolf delivered during the “Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violence” seminar. It was the second event of The Exchange: Critical Conversations with Michigan Public Health, an academic seminar series launched in fall 2023.

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EPA's new air pollution rules

Q&A with Stuart Batterman

Stuart Batterman, professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Global Public Health at the School of Public Health, studies the impacts of the environment on health, including air pollution control engineering, air quality monitoring, indoor air quality, exposure assessment, and environmental epidemiology.

From left to right, Dean F. DuBois Bowman, Whitney Peoples, Brandon Bond and Ari Renda

Whitney Peoples, Ari Renda of Michigan Public Health recognized for DEI leadership

Alumnus Brandon Bond honored for role with LSA

University of Michigan School of Public Health staff members Whitney Peoples and Ari Renda were selected as recipients of the 12th Annual Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award. This award is administered by the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX Office and sponsored by the Office of the Provost and University Human Relations.