The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over for the U.S. until it’s over for the globe.
A new study analyzes how highly publicized acts of racial violence impacts the mental health of Black Americans in the U.S.
You could be carrying the virus and not know it.
“Now that the vaccine is becoming more accessible, my team is also promoting and educating people about the vaccine.”
Do your part to stop the spread of COVID-19 by helping the contact tracing team.
Keeping students safe is important.
It’s too soon to use COVID-19 antibody testing to issue “immunity passports,” but they are good enough to inform public health decisions.
More frequent peak air pollution exposure was associated with reduced math and English language arts test scores for third graders in all primary public schools in Salt Lake County.
As COVID-19 outbreaks sweep across communities, local officials are forced into a whack-a-mole approach to battling the virus. Geographers hope a new method will provide timely data to inform public policy.
Political scientist Phillip Singer explains why the politicization of public health measures is nothing new, and how to view wearing face coverings as a compassionate act.