Tune in to PBS NewsHour at 6:20pm tonight to watch GWSPH Dean Lynn Goldman's reaction to the SCOTUS ruling against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury. Hear her predicted outcomes, next steps & the public health impact. Supreme Court rules against EPA power plant mercury limits
Considering a graduate degree in public health? Join us and 24 other schools on July 14 for the This is Public Health Graduate School Fair to learn more!
Today, the Supreme Court upheld a key provision of the ACA, ruling "that government subsidies that make health insurance affordable for millions of Americans should be available to all who qualify." #PublicHealthWin Affordable Care Act survives Supreme Court challenge
Professor Todd Miller spoke with NBC Washington for a segment on Exercise and Weight Loss. "It is hard to burn a lot of calories through exercise," Miller said. "Most people don’t like to get on a treadmill and run for an hour and only burn 400 calories." Watch the full segment below. Diet Prompts Weight Loss More Than Exercise, Doctors Say
Professor Lance Price's new The Huffington Post blog talks about the problem of "superbug silos" saying, "While superbugs don't stay put in silos, the stakeholders concerned about antibiotic resistance do." "Superbug Silos"
What's the King v. Burwell SCOTUS case about and what are its implications? GWSPH Professor Sara Rosenbaum explains in this five-minute video:
We have more photos from graduation to share! Check them out on our Flickr account, where you can download, print and share: https://www.flickr.com/gp/gwpublichealth/WWs5Xy GWSPH 2015 Graduation Celebration