A study by SPHHS Health Policy Associate Professor Patricia Pittman and SPHHS alumnus Benjamin Williams was selected as one of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Top Five Most Influential Research Articles of 2012.More
New study on active gaming is the first to focus on African Americans and other minority children who are at high risk of obesity.More
Evaluation of text4baby mobile information service suggests the program can help prepare participants to become new mothers.More
Recent study by Associate Professor Sabrina McCormick finds that "citizen science" can help modern-day public health officials assess health and environmental threats.More
Workplace injuries and illnesses cost the nation more than $39 billion in 2010 and those most impacted are often low-wage workers, researchers find.More