Explore some of the compelling themes to address gun violence that were highlighted at The Exchange: Public Health Approaches to Ending Gun Violence.
Group tours the Gordie Howe International Bridge site to explore health inequities in southwest Detroit
Alison Walding, Amy Schulz
Last October, 50 Detroit community residents, faculty, staff and students from Michigan Public Health explored southwest Detroit and how public policies influence access to clean air and health inequities for Detroit residents.
Mental health is incredibly important for students, and college students have a tendency of prioritizing everything else above their mental health. Cindi Thronson, a master’s student in Health Behavior and Health Education and a Wellness Coach with the University of Michigan’s Wolverine Wellness, shares some tips for improving your mental wellbeing.
The passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act was just a first step in a journey toward equity for disabled communities. PhD student and disability advocate Kara Mannor describes how the disability justice movement can help institutions rethink a better future for research and health for people with disabilities.
Sarah Javaid and Kathleen Lindsey
Sarah Javaid and Kathleen Lindsey take a look at some of the positive and negative impacts on the environment that have happened due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Utibe Effiong, MPH ’14, Ekemini Hogan, and Obasi Okorie
It’s a painful statistical fact that Black babies die at higher rates than White babies—a fact all the more painful and tragic for those living with the realities of infant mortality. The difference in death rates is shared by developing and developed nations alike. But the trend can and must change.