The size, strength and makeup of people’s social networks are key indicators of how they will respond to the health consequences of an environmental disaster, according to a new Cornell study that focused on the Flint, Michigan water crisis.
Black and Indigenous Americans are far more likely to experience homelessness than other groups, according to a Cornell-led study that is the first to report national, annual rates of sheltered homelessness over time across race and ethnicity.
Cornell nutrition expert Angela Odoms-Young will serve as the vice chair of the national 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, which will review scientific evidence regarding federal nutrition programs and policies and provide nutritional guidelines for all Americans.
States could take steps now to soften the impact of a recession by protecting residents with unsecured debt, according to a new study that reveals an inequitable patchwork of protections for Americans who are behind on their bills.
Since joining the NFL Players Association as its general counsel in 2010, Sean Sansiveri ’05 has been behind the NFL’s most important measures to make the game safer – including the protocol that helped save Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin’s life.