Health Equity Posts
On International Women’s Day, a USC researcher explains intersection of global health and women’s rights
First-generation Latina doctoral candidate’s childhood exposure to pesticides inspires research
USC’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health releases its third annual report.
Lack of access to affordable, nutritious food puts those with chronic liver disease at higher risk of death
Megan Herting, PhD, discusses how where children grow up can impact their brain development in an episode of the podcast, "Environmental Health Chat," hosted by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.Herting, an assistant professor in the department...
The USC study shows women from disadvantaged communities are at greater risk of postpartum depression after higher exposure to ambient air pollutants