Dr. Samar R. El Khoudary has identified a link between a lesser-known hormone called anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) and lipid, or cholesterol, levels in midlife women.
Step aside estrogen. Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a predictor of blood lipid - or cholesterol - status for midlife women that may be key to understanding how hormone replacement therapy contributes to heart health.
Pitt Men’s Study Hosts World AIDS Day Memorial to Honor Physician who Recruited Thousands to Help in Research
This year’s service marked the 35th consecutive celebration and was dedicated to the late Dr. Anthony Silvestre
Seven years after bariatric surgery, patients with urinary incontinence see improvements that persist, according to large longitudinal study
For the past two years, social distancing kept seasonal viruses at bay. Now they’re roaring back.
Allegheny County will close its third party-run COVID-19 testing sites before the end of the year.
More than 10% of survey respondents said they believe that drinking wine actually reduces cancer risk.
An analysis of two decades of data on Americans’ diets revealed that people are increasingly choosing whole grain foods, although we can't always tell which products are healthier.
MPH student, Larisa Garza Chapa, discusses what led her to pursue a degree in public health.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health recognizes six alumni for their outstanding service to the field of public health.
HPM's Coleman Drake discusses how cannabis use appears to increase the probability that people drink in the years after legalization.
Countywide Project Helps Communities to Flourish
Healio - Jean Nachega explains that these data show that vaccine access inequity is still a reality, especially in low- and middle-income countries, though the situation at least in terms of COVID-19 vaccines has somewhat improved.
Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth Often Avoid Medical Care After Negative Experience with Health Care Providers
BCHS graduate Taylor Boyer's recent study focuses on transgender and gender diverse youth.
Former Dean, Dr. Donald Burke, was one of the authors of the carfentanil paper