A Freakonomics podcast gives two very different examples of how knowing what's best doesn't always translate to healthy behavior -- and demonstrates how to apply a public health perspective to challenging problems.
It was bad enough when the Obama Administration withdrew a proposed rule to protect the most vulnerable workers in our country---children employed on farms----but somebody told the Labor Department staff to delete all evidence of the proposal from the Labor Department's website.
UCLA Professor Rick Brown was a champion of public health who passed away suddenly last month. His colleagues, former students and friends are remembering and celebrating his tremendous contributions to improve occupational health, children’s health, and families’ access to health care services.
I’ve written before (here and here) about [...]
Ideas galore on ways to speed process for new worker safety protections. Where is the leadership to implement them?
Earlier this month, the U.S. Government Accountability [...]