December 2017

ACEs in the news: How can advocates communicate more effectively about childhood trauma?

Communicating about ACEs can be challenging, even for public health advocates who are familiar with the lifelong impact of trauma. So how can we help the public and policymakers understand the importance of this issue? New BMSG research offers insights. Read more >


Top 10 public health and social justice media bites of 2017

These salient quotes grabbed our attention, made us think differently about important issues and provided inspiration amid the year's chaotic — and often downright depressing — news. Read more >


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