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Jeni Hebert-Beirne photo.

New research finds bladder health is a social process

New research authored by SPH's Jeni Hebert-Beirne finds bladder health can be heavily influenced by social factors, including authority influences that build negative practices for using the bathroom.

UIC's campus, with the Chicago skyline in the background.

Monkeypox vaccine event at UIC

UIC's Outbreak Response Team and the Chicago Department of Public Health are sponsoring this event on October 14.

Analyzing default beverage options for kids' meals

A new policy brief from SPH's Policy, Practice and Prevention (P3RC) Research Center finds that despite an Illinois act, healthy beverages and water are still uncharged in some restaurants and ordering platforms.

A glass of drinking water.

Understanding PFAS for children's health providers

SPH's Great Lakes Center for Reproductive and Children's Environmental Health has published two new videos explaining PFAS exposure risks and how clinicians should be responding.