In the Media — April 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			April 3, 2018

Susan Bartlett Foote (professor emerita)
4/2: ‘Crusaders’ who reformed state’s psychiatric hospitals highlighted in new book (MinnPost)

Tavniah Betts (student)
4/22: Planned homebirths an option more rural families ought to consider (Duluth News Tribune)

Lynn Blewett
4/23: Work requirements give republicans cover to expand Medicaid (U.S. News & World Report)

Roger Feldman (professor emeritus)
4/9: Positive Blue Cross results trigger rebates to consumers (Star Tribune)

Ezra Golberstein
4/30: Worried about risky teenage behavior? Make school tougher (The New York Times)

Rachel Hardeman
4/9: How culturally centered care could help mothers and babies (MPR)
4/22: New York to expand use of doulas to reduce childbirth deaths (The New York Times)

Amelia Harju
4/27: Confronting disparities: race and sexual health in Minnesota (MinnPost)

Sara Hurley
4/27: Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Tina Smith hold net neutrality roundtable in Minneapolis (Star Tribune)

Katy Kozhimannil
4/22: New York to expand use of doulas to reduce childbirth deaths (The New York Times)

Craig Hedberg
4/2: Dream team ready to help South African listeriosis victims (Food Safety News)
4/17: What are the symptoms of salmonella? Egg recall sparks concern (Today)
4/23: Interview with Dave Lee on WCCO Radio (no link available)

Elma Johnson (student)
4/16: High-quality interpreting is key to advancing health equity (MinnPost)

Jake Maxon (student)
4/23: Hennepin County says end to HIV epidemic is in sight (MPR)

Donna McAlpine
4/2: Self-rating mental health as ‘good’ predicts positive future mental health (Science Daily)

Michael Osterholm
4/1: This Eradicated Disease Could Come Back As a Terrifying Biological Weapon (The Daily Beast)
4/7: Royal Caribbean’s CEO says passengers would stop getting norovirus if they would just wash their hands (Business Insider)
4/16: Ebola Vaccine Appears to Provide Long-Lasting Protection (Scientific American, STAT)
4/23: The vaccine dilemma: how experts weigh benefits for many against risks for a few (STAT)
4/27: Pathogens and the threat of global diseases: Speaker brings issues to forefront (The Daily Journal)
4/29: U.S. needs ‘Manhattan Project for flu vaccine’ as 1918 Pandemic could break out ‘overnight,’ expert warns (PJ Media)
4/30: Trump says he’s ‘super interested’ in a universal flu vaccine. His budget says otherwise (Mother Jones); 4-30-18 John Hines Show 9AM [Audio begins at 15:30 mark] (WCCO Radio)

Peter Raynor
4/22: Earth Day forum in Bloomington will examine air quality issues (Sun Current)

Rural Health Research Center
4/27: Northwest Iowa women travel farther to deliver babies (U.S. News & World Report)
4/28: Northwest Iowa women travel farther to deliver babies (Lexington Herald Leader)

Nathan Shippee
4/10: Efforts to transform healthcare led to better asthma outcomes (Medical Xpress)

Matt Simcik
4/12: UMN researchers aim to contain water pollution below ground (Minnesota Daily)
4/16: Minnesota PCA, transportation commissioners send letter to EPA defending Obama-era vehicle emission standards (MinnPost); Could UMN professor’s invention clean PFCs from east metro water? He thinks so (Pioneer Press)
4/22: UMN professor tries to clean PFCs from east metro water (U.S. News & World Report)
4/23: UMN professor tries to clean PFCs from east metro water (The Washington Times)



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