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With air quality in New York City reaching unhealthy levels, Columbia experts spoke to the media about the air’s effects on healthy people and those with underlying conditions.
Adolescent vapers are much more likely to use cannabis and binge drink compared to teens who do not smoke or vape, Mailman researchers have found.
On its Class Day, the Mailman School of Public Health celebrated the achievements of more than 950 graduates, the largest and most international class in the school's history.
Mailman graduate Olivia TenHarmsel's ambition is to use digital technologies to improve the health of individuals in marginalized communities across the globe.
- August 23, 2022
Hallucinogen use among adults has increased since 2015, according to a study from Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.
- August 12, 2022
Researchers examined Oregon’s 2008 Medicaid lottery and found that for every nine adults who gained health care coverage, one additional child also enrolled.
- July 22, 2022
Cannabis use is more prevalent in states where recreational use is legal for adults but growing as fast, or faster, in states where cannabis is prohibited by law.
- July 18, 2022
Columbia's MD/MPH graduates use their dual degrees in myriad ways, including politics, city government, and NGOs.
- July 7, 2022
The larger than previously recognized disparities in air pollution in communities where most Americans live may have implications for persistent racial health disparities in the United States.
- June 29, 2022
Don't let vacation days expire: Vacation is good for your health.
- June 29, 2022
An emergency medicine doctor explains heat illness and how to beat summer heat.
- June 24, 2022
Three experts in reproductive health and justice at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health discuss how the decision will affect public health.
- June 22, 2022
When we reimagine health care for Black women, we can improve health outcomes.
- June 21, 2022
Not sure about vaccinating your child? Get the facts from a Columbia pediatrician.