Public Health Magazine SPRING 1995

  • Amazing Grace
    Carrying out her husband's vision, Grace Crum Rollins helps the School of Public Health build its own home.
  • 1518 Clifton Road
    Its postmark reads Atlanta, but the new home for the Rollins School of Public Health stretches across the globe.
  • Economics of the Heart
    A health economist explores the costs associated with the nation's most deadly - and expensive - disease.
  • Back on the Farm
    An occupational medicine resident returns to his agricultural roots to explore the occupational hazards of farming.
  • Gunning Down Youth Violence
    The Center for Injury Control is joining forces with law enforcement officials and grass roots groups to arrest juvenile violent crime in metro Atlanta.
  • A Shot in the Arm
    A group of Emory biostatisticians blends the tools of mathematics and a knowledge of biology to determine the effectiveness of vaccines.
  • Tackling the Sexuality of Teens
    From Dalton, Georgia, to the Dominican Republic, faculty corral a host of approaches to understand adolescent reproductive health.
  • Teenaged and Pregnant, Again
    Repeat births to adolescent mothers are on the rise in Georgia, and faculty in the Women's and Children's Center want to do something about it.
  • Ending Hidden Hunger
    An alumnus brings her expertise in public health and law to assault micronutrient malnutrition in the Philippines.
  • Cancer: It All Adds Up
    Through the Georgia Center for Cancer Statistics, epidemiologists help define the scope of cancer, facilitating research and treatment.
  • Building Bridges for Reform
    The Center for Public Health Practice recruits agencies and businesses as partners in revitalizing public health programs.
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