We're currently in the middle of an opioid epidemic. How did we get here and what's next?
What is OneHealth? Why is it important? Read the post to find out more!
The US has a good handle on rabies, but around the world, rabies takes the life of one person every 15 minutes. Let's take a closer look at what rabies is and what's being done about it.
Zika is on the rise and we are less than one month away from the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's time to talk about the Olympics, Rio, and the Zika virus.
Cold sores have always been spoken about differently than genital herpes... but why? Here, we explore herpes a little more, the World Health Organization's recent estimates, and propose that herpes stigmatization be eliminated.
Cholera is a major global health concern. A quick look at 19th century London reminds us of our long journey in public health, and the long road we still have ahead.
Superbugs aren't killed by antibiotics and they pose a major global public health threat. With drugs that are useless against infectious, super-bacteria, what do we do next?
We all love to watch sports, especially football! But what happens when athletes get injured? Studies have focused on concussions at the collegiate, high school, and youth levels to assess neurological damage.
Since the recent Ebola outbreak, we learned about how the virus is spread and what it does to people, but we are now discovering new health problems associated with the thousands of Ebola survivors.
Who do you think could convince you to adopt new health behaviors- a celebrity, a best friend, or a stranger? Harvard researchers studied the likelihood of these outcomes by measuring how social networks play a role in population behavior change.