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Apr 20, 2016

Recent studies of mortality trends paint a gloomy picture for many middle-aged and older Americans, but a new study focused on children reveals a more optimistic future.

Apr 6, 2016

A group of prominent researchers from seven institutions including Princeton University are calling for the establishment of a worldwide program to collect and test blood and other human bodily fluids to aid in the study and prevention of emerging infectious diseases such as the...

Mar 2, 2016

Women’s History Month begins this week and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs had the honor of hosting Dr. Julie Gerberding, a leader in health and a strong woman representing the field of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Feb 18, 2016

As world leaders grapple with containing the Zika virus, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa provides valuable lessons for how to respond to other infectious disease epidemics, according to a policy report published by researchers at Princeton University and the...

Feb 17, 2016

Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a recommendation that sexually active women who are not using birth control should abstain from alcohol consumption.

Feb 16, 2016

Clinical investigations of mitochondrial replacement techniques which may someday produce what some call “three-parent babies” have been deemed ethically permissible, according to a new report issued by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), which is now part of the...

Feb 11, 2016

Since the discovery that its water supply had been contaminated with unsafe levels of lead, the city of Flint, Michigan, has been under a state of emergency.

Feb 11, 2016

Princeton's Global Health Program (GHP) serves as a hub for students interested in tackling some of the most pressing health-related issues of our time.

Feb 8, 2016

President Barack Obama is urging Congress to provide $1.8 billion in emergency funding to combat Zika virus, a mosquito-borne illness that has spread into more than 20 countries across Latin America since May 2015.

Jan 15, 2016

Six million child and 500,000 maternal deaths occur each year worldwide, often from easily-preventable causes. Why do women and children – especially those in developing countries – continue to die at such alarming rates?

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