Researchers with Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab observe diners’ behavior to predict the number of trips they’ll make to the buffet at all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurants.
Three years ago today, 29 miners died at the Upper Big Branch coal mine.
A new book by President Obama’s former regulatory czar is critiqued by someone who experienced his interference first hand.
Hundreds of events are taking place across the U.S. this week to mark National Public Health week. Like everyday in public health, it’s about people and prevention.
The death rate among individuals crossing illegally the U.S.-Mexico border reached an all-time high in 2012. Focusing on labor law enforcement, rather than border enforcement, could be a solution to the death toll.
Representatives of U.S. foundries met with White House officials behind closed doors to complain about a not-yet-proposed OSHA regulation. It was the group’s second such meeting. But they wouldn’t be necessary if the White House would simply allow OSHA’s public hearing process to take place.
Municipalities should see a red flag when one of its major construction contractors is found willfully and repeatedly violating worker safety standards.
The co-editor of the Journal of Public Health Policy calls on the public health community to take on the social problem of distracted driving caused by mobile devices.
Surgeon General C. Everett Koop is being remembered for his pronouncements about second-hand tobacco smoke and HIV. Lesser known is his advocacy for strong gun control laws.
A report about the H-2B guest worker program describes the mistreatment and abuse suffered by workers in the U.S. carnival and fair industry.