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Lindsay Smith Rogers

Lindsay Smith Rogers is a writer and content strategist for External Affairs at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Since 2010, she has worked in various communications roles in nonprofits and higher education including advocacy, public relations, digital media and content creation. She spent two years in the Middle East helping to build and execute a communications plan for a burgeoning sports development project in the United Arab Emirates. All of her work has reflected her commitment to social justice through health equity. She has been a contributor for Global Health NOW since 2016.  

Americans face a lot of health problems—youth at risk, the opioid crisis, and a mental health care crisis to name a few—but the inaugural Bloomberg American Health Summit is all about solutions.…

Does a 250-pound male linebacker need the same flu vaccine as a 120-pound female dancer? Probably not. Biomedical research has established that factors such as gender, age and body composition can…

“It’s like the United Nations,” Rashid Chotani, MD, MPH, executive director of the Muslim Community Clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland jokes of the sunny, high-ceilinged waiting room. On any given day…

BALTIMORE, MD—Kicking off the Light City festival of art, music and innovation this week, Health Lab revealed the outsize role technology is poised to play in health—and the work ahead to expand…

Health and Humanity: A History of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1935-1985 by Karen Kruse Thomas chronicles the development of public health at Johns Hopkins, set in…