Fentanyl Test Strips Highlight Rift in Nation’s Struggle to Combat Drug DeathsFentanyl Test Strips Highlight Rift in Nation’s Struggle to Combat Drug Deaths

Research from Susan Sherman is cited at the New York Times.


A remark on the US official poverty line

“We draw a poverty line, a specific dollar amount. And unfortunately, that means that someone who has just $1 of income more than that is called ‘not poor.’ There are […]


What if doctors could write prescriptions for adequate housing?

More than anything else, it might improve a person’s overall health. Craig Pollack is quoted at Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


Eviction Rise Is Threat to Health

Craig Evan Pollack is quoted at Medscape.


Professor Ben Zaitchik, the P.I., received a $25 million Department of Energy grant to create equitable climate solutions for people living in Baltimore city.

Professor Ben Zaitchik, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, received a $25 million Department of Energy grant to create equitable climate solutions for people living in Baltimore city. He is the P.I. 


Alarm Bells As U.S. Abortion Ruling Fuels Rush On Morning-after Pill

Health experts warn that bulk-buying a medication that is legally sold over the counter nationwide is unnecessary, and risks taking pills away from those most in need.Caroline Moreau is quoted at […]


Implications of Overturning Roe v. Wade [Podcast]

Suzanne Bell discusses the medical community’s response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade at Bloomberg.


Surveillance in Schools Associated With Negative Student Outcomes

Surveillance at schools is meant to keep students safe but sometimes it can make them feel like suspects instead. Odis Johnson is quoted at Tech & Learning.


Expert insists on gun reform after school shooting 

A gunman stormed into an elementary school Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers. An expert at Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions at the Bloomberg […]


Study demonstrates African women’s long-term use and adherence to ART

A study demonstrated that African women with HIV used ART for years and maintained high adherence, benefiting both themselves and their children.Taha E. Taha is quoted at Healio.