In the Media — March 2018

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

									Charlie Plain |
																			April 2, 2018

Ezra Golberstein
3/27: A Work Requirement for Medicaid recipients? It Doesn’t Make Sense (MinnPost)

Rachel Hardeman
3/9: How Racism Causes Child Birth to be a Death Sentence for Black Mothers (Atlanta Black Star)

Carrie Henning-Smith
3/25: UMN Study Reveals Maternity Care Risks in Rural America (Minnesota Daily)

Katy Kozhimannil
3/8: Childbirth risks rise when rural hospitals end delivery services (MPR News)
3/13: Impact Seen in Loss of Rural Maternity Care (Duluth News Tribune)
3/27: Tele-Monitoring Can Reduce Medical Appointments For Low-Risk Pregnancies (Washington Post)

Yasuhiko Kubota (MPH graduate)
3/6: TV binge-watching could increase blood clot risk, according to UMN study (Minnesota Daily)

Russell Luepker
3/22: Depression Could Be a Risk Factor for A-Fib (U.S. News & World Report)

Michael Osterholm
3/5: Is the Zika virus still a concern for travelers? (CBS Minnesota)
3/9: Flu Vaccine Grown Without Eggs Provided Measurably Better Protection This Season, FDA says (STAT)

Maria Stevens (student)
3/26: The Mental Health Crisis in Rural Minnesota: Ways to start addressing it (MinnPost)

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