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New Seigle Suite for Institute for Public Health will highlight program’s presence on Danforth Campus
Susan and Harry Seigle’s gift will create space for institute as part of Brown School expansion.
Adults older than 60 less likely to use public transportation, study finds
Analysis of survey data from 772 St. Louis adults shows older people are much less likely to regularly use public transit.
Study looks at how Twitter can be used to address specific health issues
As health problems such as childhood obesity grow in the United States, individuals and organizations have taken to Twitter to discuss the problem.
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Mark Rank's op-ed casts serious doubt on the notion of a rigid class structure in America. Americans are likely to be exposed to both prosperity and poverty in their lives.
Amanda Moore McBride blogs about moving beyond volunteering as our students' only pursuit of civic engagement to embrace a much broader political connection.
Doug Luke discusses national tobacco control policy guides.
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