women's health

women's health

30 reasons to be thankful for public health

Many of public health's greatest advances -- and the struggles it took to achieve them -- are easy to take for granted. As I reflect this holiday season on all the things I have to be thankful for, I'm reminded of the important role the field plays in my life and the lives of so many others.  Read more >


Media coverage of autism study leaves out critical context

News coverage of a study that links the risk of autism to obesity during pregnancy frames the issue primarily as it relates to expecting mothers' eating and exercise habits. It largely ignores the social, cultural, and environmental factors that contribute to obesity. Read more >



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