This new report examines the effects of current federal policies around legal immigrants’ access to public health benefits, highlights barriers to eligible immigrant families accessing social services, and outlines 12 response strategies to mitigate adverse impacts of policies.
Research to Provide Deeper Understanding of Processes That Lead to Latency, Which Will Be Critical for Developing Curative HIV Therapies
Study by Tandon and Global Public Health Professor Rumi Chunara Explores How Text Messaging Can Be Used to Quickly Track Health Care Use During an Ebola Outbreak
Both the U.S. historical record and the experiences of peer countries demonstrate that reducing child poverty is an achievable policy goal. NYU Steinhardt Professor J. Lawrence Aber and a committee at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have identified ways to do so.
Despite years of decline in the overall HIV rate in the U.S., there are troubling increases among adolescents and young adults, according to the newly published article.
NYU Study Identifies Gaps, Opportunities for Medication Management Coordination Between Providers
‘Smiling Faces, Going Places’ Program Rolls into 19th Year with New Van Funded by New York City Council
Nearly Half of Newly Licensed Nurses Work Overtime, While More Than One in 10 Have a Side Job
Center of Excellence Provides Dental Care for People with Disabilities in the Tri-State Area