Doctoral candidate Sydney O’Connor’s research seeks to answer lingering questions about how sleep habits affect children’s diets, eating behaviors and obesity risk. In this Q&A learn more about her interests and work as part of USC’s health behavior research PhD program.
Join us for a free, public symposium about firearm violence prevention April 25.
A 2018 analysis of more than a century of literature found USC to be among the world’s most active institutions researching outdoor air pollution and respiratory health.
Global dignitaries, activists and leaders spoke at USC’s University Park Campus as part of a public symposium, followed by a youth summit at City Hall, on Human Rights Day, Dec. 10.
Media rightly flags shocking U.S. move to undermine breastfeeding resolution
As part of the USC Center for Health Journalism’s “Remaking Health Care” blog series, Michael Cousineau, professor of clinical preventive medicine, explains how Medicaid has assisted Los Angeles County’s efforts to house the homeless. The Affordable Care Act’s expansion of the low-income health care program “was a game-changer for homeless adults and their doctors,” Cousineau writes, noting