Sugar-sweetened beverage purchases declined in two years after Mexican “soda tax” passed
A new study published in Heath Affairs co-authored by researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health and the Mexican Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (National Institute of Public Health), has found that purchases of sugar sweetened beverages declined further in the tax’s second year. The higher… Read more »
Legal marijuana sales creating escalating damage to the environment
February 20, 2017
By 2020, legal marijuana sales in the U.S. will generate more annual revenue than will the National Football League. However, growing the plant has serious repercussions for the environment, according to a new study by Dr. William Vizuete and a U.K. colleague.
Top 10 in 2012: The year’s most-read news stories
Top 10 in 2012: The year’s most-read news stories January 02, 2013 One of the most-read news articles on the Gillings School of Global Public Health website in 2012 was accompanied by a photograph of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton shaking the hand of a Gillings faculty member. The faculty member in the… Read more »