By

Rae Lynn Mitchell

In writing: Comprehension may not equal performance

July 19, 2019
Researchers study native language and gender effects on written procedure performance

Web of laws affect data sharing

July 17, 2019
Researchers highlight legal obstacles in cross-sector data sharing to improve public health research while protecting subject privacy

Researchers examine fall prevention programs for rural older adults

July 15, 2019
First study on the spread of evidence-based fall prevention programs across nation clarifies factors involved in how such programs are introduced and embedded in communities

Dice, beach balls and chocolate chip cookies

July 8, 2019
Preparing the next generation of public health professionals

School of Public Health receives grant for community health project

July 1, 2019
Fighting obesity in South Texas through projects that intersect public health and urban planning

Making the world a healthier place

June 27, 2019
Physician returns to school to study public health to improve health promotion around the globe

Fathers’ roles in their children’s healthy eating habits

June 25, 2019
Study shows African-American fathers in a rural area see their roles centered on modeling healthy behaviors and in discussing food consumption

Political and personal: the roles of private individuals in policymaking

June 17, 2019
Researchers study how private citizens change state laws about insurance coverage of autism spectrum disorder

EpiAssist reaches out to Rockport

June 10, 2019
Service learning program partners student volunteers with health departments and public health agencies needing assistance

Evaluating evidence of e-cig risks and benefits

June 6, 2019
Researchers investigate public health agency stances on e-cigarettes