Boston University School of Public Health's latest news, upcoming events, and announcements.
July 19, 2015
10 Ideas for Better Health of the Massachusetts Public
What are policy efforts that can improve the health of Massachusetts?
Rates of Drunk Driving Tied to State Alcohol Policies
A 10 percent increase in the strength of state alcohol laws could result in 400,000 fewer drunk drivers.
Early Menarche Linked to Aggressive Breast Cancer in African American Women
Onset of menstruation could play role in disproportionate incidence of estrogen receptor (ER)-negative breast cancers.
Dean Galea Receives Honorary Doctor of Science in Scotland
The University of Glasgow recognized Dean Galea's ongoing work in improving the health of underserved populations.
No Drinking or Smoking Until Age 21: A Q&A with Professor William DeJong
DeJong weighs in on the pioneering new Hawaii law.
Its Time to Regulate the Fertility Industry
Right now, its buyer beware when seeking help to have a child.
by George Annas
IN THE MEDIA
Hypertension Doesnt Mean Too Much Tension quotes article co-authored by Barbara Bokhour, associate professor of health policy and management.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
The High Cost of Gridlock quotes Jonathan Levy, professor of environmental health.
The Boston Globe
Insurers Asked to Improve Health Cost Websites quotes Alan Sager, professor of health policy and management.
Marrying Health and Human Rights: How LGBT Health and Population Health Will Improve Because of Marriage Equality article by Dean Sandro Galea.
The ACA Is Here to Stay, But That Doesnt Mean the Fight for Health Care Reform Is Over article by David Jones, assistant professor of health policy and management.
U.S. News & World Report
This Form of Birth Control Is More Effective Than Having Your Tubes Tied quotes Quita Christison, a 2015 alumna.
Faculty Senate Meeting
Tuesday, July 28, 12:00 pm 2:00 pm, CT305.
BU Employment Fair
Wednesday, July 29, 4:00 pm 6:00 pm, Hiebert Lounge.
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