Public Health Archives

Empowered woman empowering women

September 12, 2019
Continued education empowers physician, mother and researcher to help women create healthy homes for their families

Occupational Health and Safety full scholarships

September 11, 2019
School of Public Health offers the opportunity to apply for full scholarships with monthly stipends funded through NIOSH grant

The kidney disease epidemic in Central America

September 9, 2019
Research into a new type of kidney disease, called Mesoamerican nephropathy, funded by National Institutes of Health

The next generation of physicians’ views on childhood obesity

September 4, 2019
Researchers investigate medical student views on health disparities and childhood obesity

Not black and white: Differences in perceived risk

August 26, 2019
Researchers study race and gender effects on environmental risk perception

Physical focus: Overcoming lack of exercise-friendly infrastructure

August 19, 2019
Researchers identify best practices for physical activity interventions

Center receives national health care award

August 13, 2019
Healthcare Leadership Council honors the Center for Population Health and Aging with the 2019 Redefining American Healthcare Award

Conspiracy theories and fear of needles contribute to vaccine hesitancy for many parents

August 7, 2019
Why some parents – despite the scientific community’s conclusions that childhood vaccines are safe – put their children at risk by not vaccinating them

Improving care for those living with dementia

August 7, 2019
Center for Population Health and Aging researching technology-based interventions