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Nancy Halpern Ibrahim, MPH '93
March 12, 2015
FSPH alumna to receive one of UCLA's highest honors

Nancy Halpern Ibrahim will be honored with 2015 UCLA Award for Community Service for her dedication to improving the health of low-income families in Los Angeles.

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March 9, 2015
UCLA FSPH cancer pioneer partners with Apple on first-ever mobile app to track breast cancer survivor experiences

App will track common consequences of treatment: fatigue, cognitive difficulties, sleep disturbances, mood changes and a reduction in exercise performance.

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March 8, 2015
Starting from behind: Are we closing the gender gap?

UCLA report reveals marked inequalities in legal rights for women and girls around the world.

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Yifang Zhu
March 2, 2015
On-board school bus filtration system reduces pollutants by 88 percent

Technology developed for school buses, if implemented, would protect children from harmful exposure to vehicular pollution, according to FSPH Environmental Health Sciences researchers.

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Black and white photo of homeless man's feet and other walking feet
February 25, 2015
Income inequality – not just low wages – is taking a toll on the health of American workers

Dean Emeritus Linda Rosenstock and Fielding School alumna Jessica Allia Williams, PhD '13, co-wrote a commentary in the American Journal of Public Health underscoring the adverse impact of income inequality on people’s health.

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Patrick Allard
February 13, 2015
Dr. Allard receives prestigious International ToxScholar Award

As part of the honor, FSPH Environmental Health Sciences Assistant Professor Dr. Patrick Allard will visit and present at the University of Botswana and the University of Johannesburg.

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water fountain
January 29, 2015
New filtered water station installed in FSPH

A student-led project leads to an easy way to fill your water bottle and limit waste from disposable bottles.

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broken street
January 9, 2015
UCLA study pinpoints two genes that increase risk for PTSD

FSPH Epidemiology adjunct associate professor Dr. Julia Bailey co-authored a new study on how the risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder may be influenced by certain genetic markers.

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silhouette of men
December 9, 2014
Use of testosterone therapy linked to heart attacks in men under 65, study shows

A new joint study by UCLA, the National Institutes of Health and Consolidated Research Inc., has shown there is a twofold increase in the risk of a heart attack shortly after beginning testosterone therapy among men under 65 who have a history of heart disease.

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Dr. Rosenstock with Dr. Amira Shaheen, assistant professor of epidemiology at An-Najah University
November 21, 2014
Dean Emeritus travels to West Bank as Open Society Foundations International Scholar

As part of an Open Society Foundations fellowship, Fielding School Dean Emeritus Linda Rosenstock recently traveled to An-Najah National University to meet student volunteers.

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November 20, 2014
FSPH student and alum honored at APHA

An abstract on UCLA's Healthy Campus Initiative by FSPH PhD candidate Tyler D. Watson (MPH '13) and Ryan Babadi (MPH '14) was selected as one of the "Best of the Best" student abstracts at this year's American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.

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November 19, 2014
A global report card: Are children better off than they were 25 years ago?

The WORLD Policy Analysis Center at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health publishes an unprecedented resource bank with analysis of children’s rights in 190 countries around the world.

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