“The first [step] is to do an informed assessment: If the power went out, what would I have to do to maintain my health for three days or a week, assuming I might not be able to drive anywhere, and my social network might not be able to provide me with the support I am used to?” #GWSPH Professor Julie Fischer talks emergency preparedness in U.S. News and World Report. Your Health When the Power Goes Out
"We look for bugs such as Listeria, Salmonella and Campylobacter because they cause millions of food-borne infections every year," says #GWSPH's Lance Price. But his new research suggests there's another bad superbug in our food - Klebsiella pneumoniae. Read more in his The Huffington Post blog post. The Superbugs in Our Food Supply Must Be Stopped
"What are the consequences of this experiment that we're conducting on ourselves?" #GWSPH Professor Ami Zota asks. Her recent study looks at harmful chemicals found in many feminine hygiene products. The Toxins in Feminine Hygiene Products
What career services does #GWSPH offer? What types of jobs do #GWSPH graduates land? Learn answers to these questions and any others you may have at our Virtual Q & A with Career Consultant Catherine Gilmore on Thursday!
A lucky group of #GWSPH students learned about leadership from U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy in class last night. Check out the photo of the group and feel free to tag yourself or your classmates!