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Students at Milken Institute School of Public Health come from all over the United States and from 39 different countries globally. They’re pursuing undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level degrees in public health. The more than 1,700 students on campus today come from all walks of life and possess a rich array of skills and life experiences. One thing they all have in common is a passion for making a difference in the world of public health. 

This first talk in HPM’s Health Policy Expert Series includes Professor Rosenbaum’s expert observations about the history of healthcare in the U.S.

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WASHINGTON, DC (March 20, 2017)—Two leading health law and policy experts conclude that it’s time for serious consideration of state rate setting to control U.S.

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Maeve Ellen Wallace and co-authors found women in states with the highest scores on reproductive rights were less likely to deliver preterm or low-birthweight babies.

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Work-study experience for the Pan American Health Organization helps MPH student appreciate how toxicology data is used to produce health policy. 

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Starting in March 2015, the Health Body Healthy U (HBHU) study launched at the Milken Institute School of Public Health and its partner site, University of Massachusetts, Boston. The purpose is to study the effects of Facebook and text messages on body weight over an 18-month period.

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As public attention to opiod use grows, the Jacobs Institute's Bridging the Divide project releases a new white paper on pregnant women and substance use.

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Ans Irfan’s work aims to inform policies about household air pollution in Mozambique, where 95% of households burn solid fuels for cooking.  

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Modern life is filled with health risks, some rare and unusual and some as commonplace as fast food wrappers. The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health reveals threats, and solutions, through groundbreaking research.

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The Public Health Student Association and the Office of Alumni Engagement will partner again this year for the second annual “I  GW Public Health” campaign to raise awareness about student philanthropy and how

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