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Amanda Wilson, PhD
Amanda Wilson, PhD, reflects on how guidance from experienced public health researchers helped her navigate roadblocks in her work to improve cleaning workers’ respiratory health.
University of Arizona Health Sciences
Read two first-hand experiences of how University of Arizona Health Sciences summer programs help future health care professionals get research experience and learn about health disparities.
Dynnika Tso
Dynnika Tso (Diné) is a public health undergraduate student at the University of Arizona Health Sciences who is passionate about improving ethical standards in research.
Will Humble, MPH
The U.S. health-care system has become much more aggressive in treating pain over the last 15 years and just as with any medical intervention at times there are adverse side effects.
Katherine Hiller, MD, MPH, FACEP
With cold and flu season in full swing, should you head to the emergency department or an urgent care center when your symptoms become severe?
Will Humble, MPH
Speed limits exist for a reason: to keep us all safer on the road. Speeding is involved in 30 percent of fatal car crashes and costs Americans more than $40 billion annually.
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