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Bemnet Faris


Houses near the highway

$800K Bezos Earth Fund Gift to Support Community-Based Air Quality Monitoring

School of Public Health Researchers to Focus on Traffic-related Pollution in Mid-Atlantic

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Pollen

Blooming Trouble

Research Links Climate Change, Early Springs, Asthma Complications

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Woman stretches on a mat on the floor

Study: Physical Activity Prevents Depression in Older Adults During COVID-19

Even Walking Can Combat Mental Health Problems Caused by Social Isolation

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Illustration of a hand placing a coin into a grad cap

Honoring Her Parents, Preparing Public Health Champions

Second-generation Alum Creates Scholarship to Help Students Entering the Field

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Person getting a band-aid on arm after a vaccine

Flu Fighters

Infectious Disease Expert Explains the Science of Flu

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Legacy Leaders at the Maryland Statehouse, 2017

‘Repurposed, Not Retired’

Former Dean, Partner Make Gift Supporting Program That Offers Retirees an Opportunity to Give Back Through Service to the State

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Girl looking at a screen

We’ve Entered a New World of Media ‘Constancy’

5 Things Parents, Caregivers Need to Know About Kids and Screens

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Stock image of hands holding pink breast cancer ribbon

Living On in Pink

Breast Cancer Foundation Started by Terp Makes Final Gift—to UMD Public Health Researchers

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Jariatu Jambai '19, Melissa Nava, Diego de la Cruz Caro, Afnan Gimie '19 and Earon Grinage

Summer Research Programs Support Minority Students Seeking Futures in Health

STAR, ADAPT Give Undergraduates Opportunities—and Confidence

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Woman in heat of the sun

Soaring Temperatures Mean Rising Peril to Kidney Disease Patients

Study Finds Risk Varies by Race, Location, Other Diseases

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Poking a vial of vaccine

As Home Remedies Rise, So Does Distrust of Flu Vaccine

Public Health Researchers Explore Racial Disparities, Similarities in Vaccination Rates

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Neil Meltzer stands with student speaker Mina Griffioen and SPH Dean Dr. Boris Lushniak at the fall 2018 SPH commencement ceremony.

A Bridge to Education From LifeBridge

Health Care Provider Creates Scholarship for Public Health Undergraduates

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