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with countless fields and diverse populations, and together we help drive forward
the dialogues that guide the future of public health.
Astrid Zamora and Erica Jansen
Are you still feeling the effects of the Daylight Saving Time (DST) shift? If so, you are not alone. Experts say it can take the body about one week to readjust to this one-hour change in schedule. While you are readjusting might be a good time to assess your sleep health and prioritize good sleep habits.
Utibe Effiong, MPH ’14 and Uju Okeke
Without a case on the continent for several years, the World Health Organization declared Africa free of wild polio in 2020. But questions remain about the ability to reach remote areas for vaccination programs and for disease surveillance as well as questions around the security of infectious agents held in labs for research. Read more
Q&A with Payton Watt and Jamison Koeman
It can take a long time to develop new policy, and some advocacy roads lead to dead ends. But good advocacy work always makes a difference. As racism, policing, and police reform were becoming the national public health story of the summer, student leaders led a remote advocacy initiative to continue bringing public health insights to the discourse. Read more
Anita Pandit, MS ’16
How are managing mental health and receiving a COVID vaccine similar? They both require minorities to have some level of trust in health sciences and the people administering their health care. Alum Anita Pandit walks us through the good and the bad reasons not getting a vaccine—and why she will be getting one. Read more