Sanitation work is considered the fifth most dangerous job in the United States. How often do we acknowledge the danger of this industry?
The beauty industry has grown into a multibillion-dollar industry. Do the millions of global consumers know what their beauty products are comprised of?
Dr. Dean Ornish is a physician and researcher who has shown that chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and early stage prostate cancer, can be reversed through lifestyle changes.
Sexual harassment occurs in universities — on the faculty level, too. Here are the women fighting to end it.
Vaccination efforts have led to significant reductions in the number of polio cases worldwide. But why is poliomyelitis so difficult to eradicate?
An individual’s location can impact their access to resources. Geographic information systems use this fact to assess health risks across regions.
Electric scooters are becoming commonplace in Berkeley. What does this mean for city residents and college students?
Wildfires endanger lives, destroy property, and uproot entire communities. Suppressing them, however, might make future ones even worse.
Asian American and Pacific Islander communities often lack the resources or education to address mental health needs. How do cultural practices perpetuate this disparity?
Crisis pregnancy centers provide pregnant women with free prenatal care. Their goal? To steer pregnant women away from abortion.