Public Health News Roundup: April 20
One year later, the oil is not all gone, many communities are continuing to struggle, and there are significant questions about health impacts that need to be addressed.
Research shows that a walk in the park is more than just a nice way to spend an afternoon. It's an essential component for good health, according to University of Illinois environment and behavior researcher Frances "Ming" Kuo.
A major campaign launched Tuesday to combat prescription drug abuse, one of the nation's fastest growing drug problems.
What race best describes your background? That one question, which appears on most paperwork for health care, could leave entire groups of people underserved and contribute to racial health disparities, according to new research from Rice University published in the current issue of the journal Demography.
Minority children in the United States born with heart defects are more likely to die in early childhood than whites, a new study finds.