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National Nutrition Month Recipes: Healthy Mac and Cheese

Monica Babcock

For National Nutrition Month, Michigan Public Health student and Nutritional Sciences Student Association member Monica Babcock shares a healthy and delicious mac and cheese recipe you can enjoy year-round. Read more


3 Days, 3 Key Votes - and No End in Sight for Brexit

Scott Greer and Holly Jarman

With tensions around Britain’s planned exit from the European Union mounting, questions about maintaining the quality of health care for the country’s citizens are increasing. Read more

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Why Are Sexually Transmitted Infections on the Uptick and What Can We Do?

Laura Power, MPH ’15

Rates of infection for diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis have been surprisingly high in recent years. How can we get better at preventing and treating STIs, and what other information do we need to protect ourselves and our communities? Read more

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The Burden of Heart Disease among Arab Americans in Michigan

Latifa Bazzi

Research on heart disease burden among Arab Americans in Michigan indicates significant disparities across the population, but a lack of data about Arab Americans limits the effectiveness of public health interventions to address these disparities. Read more