Faculty members worked together to create a short video series for women who have recently developed lymphedema and need instruction on how to care for their condition.
St. Louis Earth Day works every day to keep the ideals we discuss on Earth Day at the forefront of minds of those living in the St. Louis area with year-round programming.
A special collection of papers on diabetes and obesity prevention has been published that includes the work of 43 researchers, representing 15 disciplines and 5 institutions across the country.
Falls are a serious health risk for older adults. The Participation, Environment, and Performance Laboratory works to lessen the risk and incidence of falls, allowing older adults to successfully “age in place” in their own homes.
The For the Sake of All Team has issued discussion guides and action toolkits with recommendations for how anyone can make a difference in creating economic opportunities for families in St. Louis.
Jason Purnell, Brown School faculty member and leader of the For the Sake of All project, discusses the importance of relationships to community health.