Vaccines should be seen as public goods because COVID-19 anywhere is COVID-19 everywhere, according to USC scholars advocating for equitable vaccine access worldwide.
By Leigh Hopper USC and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health are launching a study that will follow up to 3,000 county residents over time to better understand social inequities exposed by COVID-19 as well as other impacts of the pandemic. The project, called the Los Angeles Pandemic Surveillance
By Landon Hall A USC researcher and her team are focusing on the lived experiences of Black menthol cigarette smokers by asking them what they think about recently imposed restrictions on retail sales of flavored tobacco products in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. Here’s the twist: They’re also asking
By Gustavo Solis Keck Medicine of USC nurses and USC School of Pharmacy students vaccinated more than 400 people from the Eastside of Los Angeles on Saturday to help counter disparities in COVID-19 inoculation. Even though 43% of white and 39% of Asian American seniors have received at least one dose of the