To celebrate Health Literacy Month, JSI’s Rene Esler shares advice for parents on communicating with children about moderation and having a healthy lifestyle—even during Halloween.
As professors at schools ranging from Harvard University to Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, JSI experts share the experience they’ve gained in the field and the office with undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, demonstrating practical applications for the students’ technical and theoretical foundations in public health.
To recognize National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day (NHAAD) on September 18, AIDS.gov is sharing facts and digital resources to highlight opportunities to reach out to older adults.
Terry Green writes from the National Environmental Health Association Conference, where she presented on her work reducing asthma disparities.
Read more about how the traditional programmatic approaches to fighting obesity – focused on individual behavior change – is not decreasing the obesity rates, suggesting that innovative and more comprehensive approaches are necessary.
Read more from our Senior Consultant, Jeremy Cantor, how factors outside the clinic walls such as educational opportunity and community environments play a more significant role in determining health outcomes than access to care and genetics.
Read JSI’s Rachel Tobey’s commentary on the Supreme Court’s landmark decision this week in King v. Burwell, which ruled that the Affordable Care Act does not prevent tax subsidies from going to help people buy health insurance in states that have not set up insurance exchanges under the health-care reform law.
Famous epidemiologist, Dr. John Snow, and Jon Snow (Game of Thrones) may have more in common than just a name!
A group of individuals in rural Wyoming made it their mission to increase access to care for the medically underserved by creating a Federally-qualified Health Center.
Watch Dr. Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Health’s Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), describe the exciting and significant findings from the START Study: HIV therapy should begin immediately!