It’s been noticeably quiet over here at TheScientificParent.org since Wednesday morning. That wasn’t by design. Our usual cadre of subject matter experts all declined to speak on the record about the results of last Tuesday’s presidential election and the resulting protests. The over arching concern from most was this: ‘emotions are so high right now, […]
Policy, Politics, + Pop Health
These posts look at health in the context of the countries, states, cities, and areas we live in – where policy, politics, and population health science has an impact on the health of our families.