Public Health

Until now, no suicide study has specifically looked at Georgia farmers

Sexual minority males are likely to experience catfishing, bullying and coercion when using dating apps

Dennis Hall stands next to the Remote Evaluation for Acute Ischemic Stroke (REACH) telemedicine cart that played a role in saving his life during an emergency visit to Emanuel Medical Center in Swainsboro, Ga. in November 2018. (Photo by Rebecca Ayer) By Lauren Baggett Dennis Hall gets up most days around 5 in the...

The U.S. is experiencing the biggest outbreak of measles in decades with no end to the epidemic in sight. University of Georgia School of Law’s Hillel Y. Levin, holder of the Smith Professorship, has written extensively about vaccination law and policy and co-authored model legislation designed to improve...

The Clinical Epidemiology Database aims to provide access to huge volumes of data

New experiential learning program builds community connections, research skills

Research leads to accurate diagnosis of bacterial sinus infections

Study shows correlation between doctors receiving money from a manufacturer and writing more prescriptions

Student teams worked through a hypothetical outbreak caused by a novel pathogen

Award in his name recognizes public health professionals who have a positive impact on Puerto Rico