Written by Laura Coelho Happy. It’s in my ears wherever I go these days. It’s the music I dance-walk to as I buy chapstick at the drug store. It’s the music I dance-eat to at my local burrito shop. It’s the music I dance-read to on the bus. I visited Pharrell’s 24 hour music […]Read more "“Cause I’m Happy”"
Written by: Sophie Egan and Cristin Weekley In 1984, the posthumously famous 18-year-old, Libby Zion, died in an emergency room in part because she had been left in the care of two sleep-deprived, under-supervised residents. At the time, doctors regularly worked 36-hour shifts. Over decades of crusading by Libby’s father Sidney Zion, among others, reform […]Read more "Public Health Is…Including Doctors in the “Public” in Public Health"