In the Media — October 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			October 22, 2018
					

Recent media coverage of School of Public Health faculty, researchers, students, and post-doctoral fellows.

Lynn Blewett
10/14: Here’s how MN governor candidates Walz and Johnson differ on health care, and what the experts say (Pioneer Press)

Kathleen Call
10/21: UMN works to identify areas lacking health insurance (MN Daily)

Dori Cross
10/1: Research Brief: Primary care strategies to improve health of chronic disease patients (UMN News)
10/3: Primary care strategies to improve health of chronic disease patients (Medical Xpress)

Joe Gaugler
10/15: Caregiver expert addresses next steps for family after a dementia diagnosis (Lillie News)

Sarah Gollust
10/22: Obamacare: Death by a thousand advertising cuts (Forbes)

Rachel Hardeman
10/31: Premature birth rates rise again, but a few states are turning things around (NPR)

Craig Hedberg
10/18: Raw chicken linked to outbreak of drug-resistant Salmonella (KARE 11)

Carrie Henning-Smith
10/3: The lack of workplace support for rural caregivers (Next Avenue)
10/14: Losing as much as $10K per baby born, another NH hospital no longer delivers (New Hampshire Union Leader)
10/25: Research Roundup: rural road fatalities and 3D stem cell research (The MN Daily)

Rhonda Jones-Webb
10/17: African American men’s health disparities: Research, practice, and policy implications (Medical Xpress)
10/17: African-American men’s health disparities: Research, practice, and policy implications (EurekAlert!)

Rebecca Kehm (alumna)
10/15: Why Black and Hispanic kids are more likely to die of some cancers (U.S. News & World Report)

Hyun Kim
10/24: UMN Experts: Hurricanes linked to lasting psychological trauma (UMN News)

Katy Kozhimannil
10/29: Research Brief: Opioid-affected births to rural residents are increasing in both rural and urban hospitals (UMN News)
10/29: Opioid-affected births to rural residents increase in rural and urban hospitals (EurekAlert!)
10/29: A sense of alarm as rural hospitals keep closing (The New York Times)
10/29: Opioid-affected births to rural residents increase in rural and urban hospitals (Medical Xpress)
10/29: A sense of alarm as rural hospitals keep closing (Watertown Daily Times)
10/29: Rural mothers giving birth to more babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome, research finds (Becker’s Hospital Review)
10/30: Study finds increase in opioid-affected births to rural residents in rural and urban hospitals (News-Medical.net)

Lisa Langsetmo
10/1: Exercise can cut older men’s risk of secondary fractures (Business Standard)

Elizabeth Lukanen
10/3: Cost of family health coverage nears $20,000 in U.S. (Star Tribune)

Susan Mason
10/3: Sexual assault and harassment may have lasting health repercussions for women (NPR)
10/3: Sexual assault and harassment may have lasting health repercussions for women (WGBH)
10/12: Premature babies face higher risk of maltreatment, study finds (Becker’s Hospital Review)

Michael Osterholm
10/1: 100 years ago, nearly 50 million people died from influenza (The Western Journal)
10/2: 100 Years ago, influenza killed 50M people. Could it happen today? (American Security Today)
10/11: A Q&A on AFM, the rare polio-like illness diagnosed in 6 Minnesota children (MinnPost)
10/15: Danger of a catastrophic influenza pandemic far from over (The Irish Times)
10/18: Flu shots urged as Madison’s FluGen plays role in effort for universal vaccine (Madison.com)
10/19: The flu pandemic that ravaged Chicago: Could it happen again? (Chicago Tribune)
10/23: With vaccine in hand, Ebola response teams are struggling to track those who need it (STAT)
10/23: Congo health teams struggle to track, vaccinate Ebola contacts (Becker’s Hospital Review)
10/24: The Health 202: Oversight of Trump administration’s Obamacare actions at top of Democratic wish list (The Washington Post)
10/30: Two years after it started, San Diego declares end to deadly hepatitis A outbreak (San Diego Union-Tribune)
10/30: Two years after it started, San Diego declares end to deadly hepatitis A outbreak (Finger Lakes Times)
10/31: Calling the caravan’s migrants “diseased” is a classic xenophobic move (Wired)

Theresa Osypuk
10/17: Move to better housing has opposite effects on girls’, boys’ binge drinking (UMN Inquiry)

Zachary Pope (post-doc)
10/30: VERIFY: How accurate is your fitness tracker? (KARE 11 TV)

Simon Rosser
10/27: What gay, bisexual men need to know about prostate cancer (Advocate)

Rural Health Research Center
10/17: U.S. birth rate continues to drop (The Business Journals)
10/17: As fertility rates fall in U.S., gap widens between rural and urban counties (U.S. News & World Report)
10/24: Mother, child and the state of maternal health care in Iowa (Eastern Iowa’s The Gazette)
10/25: Mother, child and the state of maternal health care in Iowa (The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines)
10/30: Accessing health care in rural America (U.S. News & World Report)

SHADAC (State Health Access Data Assistance Center)
10/1: Health insurance costs accelerating for workers (Health Leaders Media)
10/3: Health insurance takes more out of workers’ paychecks (Health Insurance News Net)
10/30: Survey finds NH employees pay fifth-lowest health premium percentage (New Hampshire Business Review)

Nathan Shippee
10/20: Amphetamine-related hospitalizations skyrocket costing $2 billion per year (Medicalresearch.com)

Marta Shore
10/30: University members to look at non-tenure faculty member treatment (MN Daily)

Leigh Turner
10/23: Crowdfunding raises millions for risky medical treatments, study says (CNN)
10/29: ER patients given ketamine, other powerful drugs in clinical trials without their consent, FDA finds (STAT)
10/29: ER Patients Were Injected With Ketamine As Part Of A Clinical Study Without Their Consent (BuzzFeed.News)
10/29: IN-DEPTH: Consumer Group Calls for HCMC Sanctions Over Ketamine Studies (KSTP-TV)
10/31: Stem cell clinics proliferate across a lightly regulated landscape (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

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