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Africa Study Tour Journal (web article)

Four Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health students have traveled to Africa to experience firsthand how communities in South Africa and Botswana are responding to the HIV epidemic. Yong Chen, Jennifer Gray, Lynn Huynh and Tong Jen Lo, all Sommer Scholars, will visit hospitals, clinics and facilities in both countries, which offer different perspectives and approaches to dealing with HIV/AIDS.



Alison Gemmill discusses the falling U.S. birth rate.

Screenshot of Caitlin Rivers on CBS Evening News

CBS Evening News

Caitlin Rivers discusses human cases of bird flu.

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C-SPAN Washington Journal

Natalie Exum discusses efforts to reduce lead and PFAS in drinking water. 

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