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CHHS blogs give our staff of attorneys, doctors, public health experts, and emergency management professionals a forum to discuss what’s going on at CHHS right now, or provide insight into an issue that’s making headlines.

A Clearer Picture of the Islamic State’s Threat

By CHHS Research Assistant Timothy Rice

Regardless of International Public Health Emergency Declaration Decision, U.S. Should Remain Vigilant in Preparing for Ebola

As the Ebola outbreak death toll rises to over 900 people, the World Health Organization (WHO) leaders are convening an emergency meeting to address what could become a much larger outbreak of the virus.

Resiliency is the Name of the Game

By CHHS Research Assistant Mona Qureshi

CDC Under Fire for Failing to Heed Warnings of Lack of Safety in Bioterror Labs

By CHHS Research Assistant Andrew Geltman

Campus Security Exercises Helping CHHS' Homebase Prepare for the Worst

CHHS is in the midst of a year-long campus security assessment of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), our homebase.

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