Rogelio Riojas: “I'll be an activist until I die.”

SPH alum and new UW Regent advocates for better community health

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Engaging High School Students

Undergrads Teach the Complex Factors Affecting Health

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Engaging High School Students

Fostering Collaboration and Connections

From Tasmania to Burma to the Northwest

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Close Up - Tao Sheng Kwan-Gett

Catching infectious diseases before they enter the U.S.

News from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

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Meet Our Graduate Students

Onyinye Edeh, a global health student, spent her summer working in Kenya.

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Dementia Linked to Blood Sugar Level
Higher blood glucose levels are associated with a greater risk for dementia, even among people without diabetes.

Unemployment Level Affects Health Care Choices
A 1 percent increase in a state's unemployment rate is associated with a 1.58 percent decrease in preventive care services utilized, researchers found.

Potatoes and Beans Provide Most Nutrients Per Penny
Potatoes and beans are the most popular low-cost sources of potassium and fiber for school children, according to a study by the Center for Public Health Nutrition.

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