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For full media coverage of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, please visit our News Archive.

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May 21, 2015
Teni Adewumi, environmental justice research coordinator at Black Women for Wellness and FSPH Industrial Hygiene student, was interviewed by Think Progress & HuffPost Live about environmental health risks among hair salon workers.
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May 20, 2015
BBC Mundo interviewed Dr. Alex Ortega in a news story on how Latinos living in the United States have longer life expectancies than non-Hispanic whites, yet deal with higher rates of poverty and health issues like diabetes and obesity.
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May 19, 2015
Dr. Alex Ortega was interviewed by KCUR-89.3FM about the effectiveness of healthy market makeover programs in combating obesity and diabetes in urban food deserts.
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May 12, 2015
Using maps and global data from FSPH's WORLD Policy Analysis Center, Vox and HBO’s John Oliver Tonight took the Mother’s Day weekend as an opportunity to highlight the lack of of a national paid maternal leave policy in the U.S.
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May 11, 2015
Environmental Health Sciences professor Dr. Richard Jackson was profiled by NJ Spotlight and Philly.com in a story on the use of health impact assessments as tools in urban planning and design.
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May 6, 2015
ABC News cites WORLD Policy Analysis Center data in a news story about how the U.S. is the world’s only high-income country in which mothers are not ensured paid leave to care for their newborn children.
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April 17, 2015
Widely cited in the media, a new report by the Center for Health Policy Research and the Blum Center on Poverty and Health in Latin America ranks U.S. states by policies and laws supporting the health of undocumented immigrants.
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April 17, 2015
A WORLD Policy Analysis Center report examining gender equality is featured in a Voice of America article examining why the United States still lacks adequate maternal leave policies.
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April 10, 2015
Environmental Health Sciences Professor Dr. Richard Jackson recently spoke with Nevada Public Radio and the Chicago Tribune about how smart neighborhood design can improve overall community health.
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April 1, 2015
This year’s Lester Breslow Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, asked the audience to reconsider the role of culture in public health. The Fielding School also honored three new Alumni Hall of Fame inductees and winners of the student writing competition.

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