In the Media — February 2018

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

									Charlie Plain |
																			February 26, 2018

Jean Abraham
2/25: How Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Could Transform American Health Care (USA Today)

Nicole Basta
02/07: Ride-sharing could improve Uganda vaccination rates, UMN researchers say (Minnesota Daily)

Jeff Bender
02/02: Raw meat-based products may harm pets and their owners (Reuters)

Jon Christianson
02/05: Minnesota effort has health care revamp lessons for Amazon and its partners (StarTribune)

John Finnegan
02/15: Florida school shooting: Does ‘national emergency’ warrant national response? (The Christian Science Monitor)

Craig Hedberg
2/23: FDA Finds Hazards Lurking In Parsley, Cilantro, Guacamole (NPR)

Hannah Neprash
02/19: In eastern Wisconsin, we’re using fewer health-care services and still paying more (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Dianne Neumark-Sztainer
02/08: Yoga may improve body image, UMN study says (Minnesota Daily)

Michael Osterholm
02/01: Flu concerns among Super Bowl crowds (NBC News, CBS News, Consumer Reports, Mother Jones, CNN)
02/06: Some flu vaccines may work better than others — but guidance to the public is scant (STAT)
02/15: After record numbers, flu cases drop off slightly (MPR News)
02/20: It’s been a rough flu season. How worried should you be? (MPR News)

Mark Pereira
02/02: Skipping breakfast is not a good idea in the long run, study finds (StarTribune)

Marizen Ramirez
02/06: UMN Extension aims to raise mental health awareness in rural areas (Minnesota Daily)

Peter Raynor
02/15: Flu Fight: UV lamps might help slow spread of virus (KARE 11)

Gary Schwitzer
2/23: Cozy Bedfellows – Journalism and the Pharmaceutical Industry (Health Law & Policy Brief)

State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC)
02/20: More Minnesotans lose health insurance coverage (StarTribune, Pioneer Press, U.S. News & World Report)

Nancy Sherwood
02/02: Skipping breakfast is not a good idea in the long run, study finds (StarTribune)

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