Building relationships with diverse communities can help researchers design studies that include and serve minorities, women and other marginalized groups.
These tips can help individuals to be climate and environmentally conscious when it comes to food, transportation, PPE and more.
Marginalized communities are more likely to be affected by mass incarceration and the corresponding health disparities.
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.
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.
Having a pantry of basics can help you be more creative with the fresh produce you buy. Based on the price per serving, we recommend you stock your kitchen with these basic ingredients, with suggestions from the Gillings School’s Dr. Alice Ammerman.
MPH@UNC offers four seasonal bowl ideas inspired by the concept of Good Bowls, an initiative developed Alice Ammerman, DrPH, to provide better access to healthy foods in low-income communities. Each of the recipes can be made for less than $4 per person.
Not sure what produce to buy this season? With this guide, learn about the seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs available in many stores and markets around the country.
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?
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.