Nbr. 9-4, December 2017
- Can Food Insecurity Be Reduced in the United States by Improving SNAP, WIC, and the Community Eligibility Provision?
- Dialysis Providers’ Perceptions of Barriers to Transplant for Black and Low‐Income Patients: A Mixed Methods Analysis Guided by the Socio‐Ecological Model for Transplant
- Hurricanes, Response, and Community Health Resilience
- Issue Information
- Pennies for Pounds: Soda Consumption and Taxation as a Test of Self‐Interested Voting Behavior
- Social Media Engagement With Cancer Awareness Campaigns Declined During the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election
- Understanding Repugnance: Implications for Public Policy
- Virginia M. Brennan, Shiriki K. Kumanyika, & Ruth Enid Zambrana, eds. Obesity Interventions in Underserved Communities. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014. $44.95. pp. 398. Paper. ISBN 978‐1‐42141‐544‐4.
- Women, HIV Prevention, and Behavioral Versus Holistic Approaches: The United States and South Africa