Beauty and Body Dissatisfaction in Young Women

By: Aviva Ariel-Donges, M.A. We’ve all done it: A friend loses weight, and we compliment her on how great she looks. But have you ever stopped to think about why you […]

Let’s Talk about College Angst: Challenging Mental Health Disparities and Other Conditions in University Students

Written By Maria Gutierrez      According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people ages 15-34. I know […]

Regular Exercise As A Tool For Better Health In Elderly Populations

Written By: Helen O’Keefe Exercise should be such a core part of our lives that it comes as naturally as the daily commute to work or the morning routine of […]

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Why I Chose To Go Into Public Health: The Power of Connections

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The Role of Public Health in Emergency Preparedness

Written by: Johanzynn Gatewood How often can we predict an emergency? And when we can, how often are we prepared for what happens next? In public health, an emergency could be […]

Perspectives from the Field: Climate Change in North Central Florida

Written by: Kelli Selwyn Ask anyone in the field and they will tell you that a Masters of Public Health is a practice degree, but does that mean practice and […]

Future Voices of Public Health: A Student-Run Blog

Welcome to the Future Voices of Public Health!

We are excited to introduce the new Future Voices of Public Health website (previously housed on the Master of Public Health website) and we hope to continue to inform our communities about public health topics relevant to all disciplines.

We are a student-run collaborative blog where students can combine their classroom knowledge with the practical application of effectively communicating information to other professionals as well as the general public.

Since public health is an interdisciplinary field, authors propose and write topics on various sectors of the public health field (i.e. health-care policy, health disparities, environmental health, internship experiences, etc.).

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