Schools, parents, students, and community members can work together to implement effective school lunch programs whether students are on campus or taking classes remotely.
Learn how to read a nutrition label and practice interpreting them with this resource from MPH@Baylor.
Filling out medical forms and communicating with a doctor can be difficult. Use this resource to prepare everything you need to know for your next appointment.
Teenagers have almost unlimited access to health content online. Building media literacy and health literacy skills can help them discern what information is credible.
Physical activity is critical for older adults to maintain mobility and to age healthily.
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can have lifelong effects on an individual’s health, into adulthood. Understanding ACEs can improve care for those at risk.
Adults in rural America are sicker and don't live as long as urban adults. How can public health professionals use the strengths of rural communities to change that?
Pets keep our minds sharp, our bodies moving, our hearts full. But when pet health suffers, human health does too. Properly caring for pets can ensure long, healthy lives for everyone in a shared environment.
“Just the other day, we got a call,” said Rebecca Bork, a labor and delivery nurse in Greenville, a small South Carolina city of about 68,000.1 A pregnant woman who was in labor was on her way, coming in from the outskirts. Her husband was driving; she was experiencing contractions. Bork and her team grabbed the “precip bag” and raced to meet the family in the parking lot. The bag — so named for the term precipitous delivery, or childbirth after an especially fast labor — has everything needed for a quick delivery: scissors, core clamps, towels, and a bulb suction. […]
Children in rural America struggle to find time and space to play. How can rural families add more play into their children’s lives without needing a playground?