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Co-Director of the Center for Advancing Health Services , Policy & Economics Research Timothy McBride, PhD, discusses the benefits of keeping kids enrolled in Medicaid for a year at a time rather than requiring reapplication.
As universities are being pushed to address mental health and particularly, student suicides, Asst. Professor and Public Health Faculty Scholar, Jessi Gold, MD offers suggested strategies.
In this article in the WSJ, Friedman Center for Aging Director, Nancy Morrow Howell says women may struggle with being called “Grandma”. What do you want to be called at this stage of life?
Sewage in Cahokia Heights is still making people sick. Asst. Professor in Arts & Sciences, Theresa Gildner, a public health Faculty Scholar has been studying the problem since 2022.
Ziyad Al-Aly recently spoke with National Public Radio about the latest findings on how long COVID symptoms affect the brain.