Johns Hopkins University has a number of public outreach programs designed to get the good word out about their various research findings, and their online Public Health Magazine fits quite neatly into their comprehensive program. Each issue contains news briefs, feature articles, expert essays, and a number of online extras. Visitors can read the most current issue, or they can delve into the online archive, which dates back to 2001. Recent issues have featured articles on advances in blocking the transmission of malaria, the benefits of group therapy for displaced adolescent girls, and the increased risk of lead-based paints in toys. In the "Extras" section, visitors can watch interviews with public health experts based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The site is rounded out with the inclusion of an online forum on aging and health which welcomes participation from all corners of the globe.


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