Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Safe injection sites are research-backed. Why aren't we talking about them?
U.S. police killed 1,166 people - more than three a day - in 2015, but an official government count missed a majority of the deaths, a new study shows.
"People are voting for the president and party that are promising to enact policies that are very likely to further harm their health."
In Maryland, firearm suicide rates are 66 percent higher in rural counties than in urban counties.
A groundbreaking new study reveals that harmful gender stereotypes are drilled into kids, from the U.S. to India to Egypt, at a heartbreakingly young age.
At the heart of the matter is a quirk of oenology.
There's a downside to all those parties -- especially for older adults.
The NRA is doing all it can to make it easier for practically anyone to get anything from a revolver to a high-capacity, semi-automatic weapon without having to suffer the indignity of a background check.
If you think costs would come down if hospitals were all owned and operated by big for-profit corporations like Hospital Corporation of America, you might want to take a look at a study published last week by the journal Health Affairs.
It's not just the sense of rootlessness. Chances are, you know or work with someone who feels or has experienced this same sensation. We feel we don't belong.