Michigan Public Health is built on diverse perspectives and community voices. We engage
with countless fields and diverse populations, and together we help drive forward
the dialogues that guide the future of public health.
By Kaitlyn Palao
Food allergies are common, and can be life-threatening. When introducing new foods to infants, many believed that delaying the exposure of certain foods may protect infants from allergic reactions, but more recent research points to the opposite.
Malaria, one of the world's oldest diseases, remains a significant public health problem worldwide. A group of University of Michigan School of Public Health students recently developed a digital tool to make existing data on the disease more accessible.
A health behavior change researcher outlines five practical steps that can help anyone create effective communications for behavior change and improving public health.
Alison Walding, Amy Schulz
Last October, 50 Detroit community residents, faculty, staff and students from Michigan Public Health explored southwest Detroit and how public policies influence access to clean air and health inequities for Detroit residents.