Understanding Mass Incarceration as a Public Health Issue

Marginalized communities are more likely to be affected by mass incarceration and the corresponding health disparities.

We’re On It: COVID-19 Resources to Stay Informed and Join the Pandemic Response

Public health experts at UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health are working to slow the spread of COVID-19. Stay informed with these resources.

The Anatomy of Air Pollution

In the United States, the cleanliness of air varies wildly within regions — even within neighborhoods. This can fatally and disparately affect the health of Americans living less than a few miles from each other.

A Budget-Friendly Guide to Eating Seasonally and Locally

Eating seasonally and locally can be challenging for those with small budgets or federal food benefits. How can these populations access and use fresh produce?

About the Real-World Cost of a Nutritious Diet

This guide is designed to help you access fresh fruits and vegetables in your community. With insights from Alice Ammerman, DrPH, we offer guidance on using produce to make quick, healthy meals on a smaller budget.

How Can I Get Fresh Produce on a Budget?

Many shoppers may altogether avoid the produce section of the grocery store because they think fresh fruits and vegetables are out of their price range. This guide breaks down the average price of many available produce items and where they can be purchased, year-round.