In the Media — June 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			June 11, 2018

Bruce Alexander
6/01: NIEHS brings environmental focus to One Health meeting (Environmental Factor)

Timothy Church
6/05: Start colorectal cancer screening at age 45, new guidelines say (MinnPost)
6/9: Minnesota woman learned the young are not immune to colon cancer (StarTribune)
6/11: Minnesota woman learned the young are not immune to colon cancer (Bristol Herald Courier

Haley Cureton (alumna)
6/5: Haley Cureton, School of Public Health ‘13, selected as 2018 Dalai Lama Fellow (UMN News)

Susan Bartlett Foote (professor emerita)
6/11: Community happenings June 14-21 (The Free Press)

Sarah Gollust
6/05: It’s a primary day: The contests we’re watching (Politico)

Katy Kozhimannil
6/13: A bundle of joy, a pile of bills: Childbirth can cost thousands in out-of-pocket expenses (
6/15: 5 updates on maternal health in the United States (AJMC Managed Markets Network)
6/21: Why rural maternity care is disappearing and how South Dakota can fix it (Sioux Falls Argus Leader)

Jacqueline Logan (student) and Nicole Basta
6/13: Explaining herd immunity benefits raises willingness to get flu shot (Medical Xpress)

Toben Nelson
6/15: As beer flows at college sporting events, so does criticism (Tampa Bay Times)

Dianne Neumark-Sztainer and Mary Christoph (student)
6/18: Research Brief: Traits and dietary intake of young adults who value gluten-free food (UMN News)
6/18: Valuing gluten-free foods relates to health behaviors in young adults (Medical Express)
6/18: Valuing gluten-free foods relates to health behaviors in young adults (Science Daily)
6/18: Obsessed with gluten free? You may have a toxic relationship with weight (Hindustan Times)
6/18: Extreme dieters eating gluten-free food alongside smoking and vomiting (The Guardian)
6/18: Going gluten-free linked to unhealthy weight loss behaviors (New York Post)
6/18: Gluten-free obsession linked to unhealthy weight loss fixation in young adults (NDTV)
6/18: Choosing gluten-free foods could indicate an underlying harmful preoccupation with staying slim (The London Economic)
6/19: Young adults that go gluten-free are more likely to purge, smoke and have bad body images (Daily Mail)
6/19: Gluten-free diet by choice linked to unhealthy weight loss behaviour (New Zealand Herald)
6/22: U study: Adolescents having eating, activity issues (KARE 11)
6/25: Teenagers and the agony of body image: Nearly all young people struggle with eating, exercise and weight as they move into adulthood, reveals study (Daily Mail)
6/25: Health Notes — A common scourge for youth (Duluth News Tribune)
6/25: The smarter sip: Knights Kids learn to ‘Rethink Your Drink’ (

Michael Osterholm
6/9: China May Compete for Limited Opportunities to Test Ebola Vaccine (Scientific American)
6/11: With short outbreaks and complex permissions, testing critical Ebola treatments is a challenge (STAT)
6/12: An outspoken epidemiologist becomes US science envoy (Science Magazine)
6/14: The next plague is coming. Is America ready? (The Atlantic)
6/20: A structural response to pandemic threats (BRINK)
6/22: A straight-talking U.S. science envoy (Science)
6/24: Business People — Honors (Star Tribune)
6/27: Flu Season 2017-2018: A look at what happened and what’s to come (Contagion Live)

Kelsey Schertz (student)
6/06: What Becomes of America’s Military Brats? (American Journal of Public Health)

Gary Schwitzer
6/26: With funding scarce, hurtles toward closure (

SHADAC and Elizabeth Lukanen (deputy director)
6/18: Number of uninsured children has fallen by 38 percent (BenefitsPro)
6/19: Fewer Texas children are uninsured, but some fear the momentum could be lost (The Dallas Morning News)
6/19: Number of uninsured kids in Georgia down sharply under ACA (Gwinnett Daily Post)
6/19: Number of uninsured children drops in Georgia (Statesboro Herald)

Daniel Zismer (professor emeritus)
6/03: Fairview tries to break geographic lines in new structure (StarTribune)

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