In the Media — May 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			May 21, 2018
					

Susan Bartlett Foote (professor emerita)
5/20: Foote presents her book ‘The Crusade for Forgotten Souls’ at OTC museum (Fergus Falls Journal)
5/31: Professor, author brings story of mental health reform to Scout & Morgan (Isanti County News)

Lynn Blewett
5/2: Medical Assistance recipients would face work mandate under new bill (Watchdog.org)
5/25: Readers Write: Minnesota Government (StarTribune)

Tim Church
5/30: Start colon cancer screening at 45, not 50, ACS urges (KARE 11)
5/30: Experts say colon cancer screening should start at 45 (WCCO)
5/30: Cancer Group Says Colon Screening Should Start at 45, Not 50 (KSTP)

Lisa Harnack
5/7: Does posting calorie counts change what we order? (WCCO-TV)
5/8: Does posting calorie counts change what we order? (CBS News)
5/9: Does posting calorie counts change what we order? (10-TV)
5/9: Does posting calorie counts change what we order? (WDBJ7)

John Finnegan
5/2: How the University of Minnesota hides its professors’ sexual harassment (City Pages)

David Jacobs
5/2: Nutritionist Ancel Keys, once the pride of UMN research, presents a fat problem for modern science (Minnesota Daily)
5/14: University of Minnesota nutritionist presents a fat problem for modern science (Crookston Times)
5/14: UMN nutritionist presents a fat problem for modern science (Star Tribune)

Amy Kircher
5/7: Food fraud detection at Ohio State makes sure food is pure (WBNS-TV)

Mary Kosuth (alumna)
5/7: Microplastics found in Great Lakes (KARE 11)
5/9: Plastic in most Great Lakes tap water, beer (Duluth News Tribune)
5/9: Plastic found in most Great Lakes tap water, beer (Daily Globe)
5/10: Plastic bits found in most Great Lakes tap water — and maybe your beer (Pioneer Press)
5/11: Microplastics found in beer made with Great Lakes water (WFRV-TV)
5/11: Minnesota researchers find microplastics in beer made with Great Lakes Water (Superior Telegram)
5/14: Study finds tiny bits of plastic in beer samples, including in Milwaukee (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
5/19: Everyone’s problem — plastics pollution goes way beyond Great Lakes (Duluth News Tribune)
5/22: Researchers find ‘microplastics’ in beers that source water from Lake Michigan (WTMJ-TV)

Jon Oliver
5/4: Cases of tick-related disease on the rise (KSTP-TV)
5/15: Rise in tick-borne diseases as insect spreads across metro (Chanhassen Villager)
5/22: Tips and strategies to avoid tick-borne diseases (WTIP North Shore Community Radio)

Michael Osterholm
5/4: Prioritize transnational biothreats now, experts warn (Homeland Preparedness News)
5/9: Ted Koppel visits Luther (Luther College Chips)
5/11: A pioneering vaccine is being sent to Congo in hopes of containing a new Ebola outbreak (The Washington Post)
5/11: A pioneering vaccine is being sent to Congo in hopes of containing a new Ebola outbreak (Chicago Tribune)
5/12: A pioneering vaccine is being sent to Congo in hopes of containing a new Ebola outbreak (Tampa Bay Times)
5/12: WHO to ship Ebola vaccine to Congo (Arkansas Online)
5/14: A new push for a universal Flu vaccine (Scientific American)
5/15: Ebola Vaccine Headed to Congo to Help Contain Outbreak (The Wallstreet Journal)
5/17: Flu vaccine spending not enough, Minnesota researcher says (INFORUM)
5/17: WHO to weigh declaration of international emergency over Ebola outbreak  (STAT News)
5/17: Flu vaccine spending not enough, researcher says (Duluth News Tribune)
5/18: Flu vaccine spending not enough, Minnesota researcher says (Faribault Daily News)
5/21: We have never been so well prepared (Zeit-Germany)

School of Public Health
5/2: UMN community partnership program to work with two counties (Minnesota Daily)

Kelsey Shertz (student)
5/10: Public Health Activism Old and New (AJPH Podcast)

Traci Toomey
5/29: Stricter state alcohol access rules can save 800 DUI deaths a year, study says (CNN)

Elizabeth Wattenberg
5/10: Minnesota researchers find microplastics in beer made with Great Lakes water (Wisconsin Public Radio)
5/11: Minnesota researchers find microplastics in beer made with Great Lakes Water (Superior Telegram)

Rachel Widome
5/18: VA partners with food banks as more veterans struggle to afford food (WUNC)
5/24: VA partners with food banks as more veterans struggle to afford food (KPBS

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