When Congress reserved hot seats last week for two of our nation’s top health officials regarding the coronavirus epidemic in […]
The novel coronavirus is a rapidly changing situation for public health. I personally have found that some of the information […]
The term “community transmission” is being used to describe what public health officials believe is the likely way a Northern […]
The media plays an important role in public health: communicating information, educating the public, serving as an avenue for discourse […]
A newly identified coronavirus, which was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China in late 2019, has begun to […]
It’s happened again – Romaine lettuce grown and harvested in Salinas, California is getting people sick from foodborne illness caused […]
When I think about the scope and scale of our food system, it is impossible not to get a sense […]
Do you often wonder where salable food ends up when it “expires” and can no longer be officially sold? Maybe […]
One of my favorite things to do when I travel is to visit local farms and check out what people […]