In the Media — September 2018

									Charlie Plain |
																			October 5, 2018
					

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

Jean Abraham
9/20: Chad Hartman Show – “Conversations” on Healthcare (WCCO Radio)

Amira Adawe (alumna)
9/14: Twin Cities radio host aims to ‘redefine’ how we think about skin color and beauty (Star Tribune)

Silvia Balbo and Irina Stepanov
9/24: FDA creates new regulations for e-cigarette companies (MN Daily)

Jesse Berman
9/4: Wildfire smoke impacts University of Minnesota student health (Minnesota Daily)

Lynn Blewett
9/12: Number of Minnesotans without health insurance grows by 18,000 (Star Tribune)
9/14: Politics Friday: Campaigns and health care (MPR News)

John Finnegan
9/3: UMN sexual assault prevention training updated for older students (Minnesota Daily)

Rachel Hardeman
9/11: Bringing race awareness to medical students (UMN Research Brief)
9/26: Research Brief: Measuring structural racism to eliminate health inequities (UMN News)

Carrie Henning-Smith
9/14: Challenges of delivering babies in Greater Minnesota (TPT)

Joseph Gaugler
9/5: Aging Out (Minnesota Medicine)

Rebecca Kehm (alumna)
9/5: Research Roundup: Socioeconomic status affects some childhood cancer survival rates (Minnesota Daily)
9/19: Socioeconomic status may affect racial/ethnic disparities among childhood cancer survivors (Cure Today)

Mary Kosuth (alumna)
9/9: Microplastics in my microbrew? (Alpena News)

Katy Kozhimannil
9/10: Serious childbirth complications have risen dramatically in U.S., study finds (MinnPost)

Russell Luepker
9/25: Drugmaker touts major heart benefits of fish oil derivative (CNN)
9/25: Drugmaker touts major heart benefits of fish oil derivative (WISC-TV)

Michael Osterholm
9/7: Cyclospora Blue-Ribbon Panel, China withholding H7N9 avian flu samples (Outbreak News Today — Podcast)
9/11: Flu shots: What you need To know before getting vaccinated (WCCO-TV)
9/12: When is the right time to get your flu shot? (CBS News)
9/20: Do you actually need to get a flu shot or what? (Men’s Health)
9/22: Considering an early flu shot? Maybe not: Vaccine wears off with time (Star Tribune)
9/28: Vulnerability to pandemic flu could be greater today than a century ago (JAMA Network)
9/28: 100 years ago, influenza killed as many as 50 million people. Could it happen again today? (USA Today)
9/28: 100 years ago, influenza killed as many as 50 million people. Could it happen again today? (WKYC)

Theresa Osypuk
9/6: US housing subsidy may improve adolescent girls’ binge drinking but worsen boys’ (Science Codex)
9/26: When a better neighborhood is bad for boys (The Wall Street Journal)

Rural Health Research Center
9/23: Long-distance delivery: Lack of obstetrical services in rural areas mean women must travel to give birth (Prairie Business Magazine)
9/23: Long-distance delivery: Lack of obstetrical services in rural areas mean women must travel to give birth (Duluth News Tribune)

Pamela Schreiner
9/14: Study reveals benefits of companion animals (KIMT-TV)

School of Public Health
9/6: Studies uncover flaws in youth sports concussion laws (UMN Research Brief)
9/25: Health Short: When cutting carbs, go easy on meats (Sarasota-Herald TribuneThe Washington Post)

Gary Schwitzer
9/19: New study gives State of the Union on science fact-checking (Columbia Journalism Review)
9/23: Gary Schwitzer discusses issues with health communication (Lehigh Univ. – The Brown and White)

Leigh Turner
9/18: Crowdfunding sites need to be proactive in stopping medical ‘quackery,’ experts say (MinnPost)
9/21: Feds target misuse of database on clinical trials by stem cell firms, others (San Francisco Chronicle)
9/21: FTC charges first marketer of intravenous products (Regulatory Focus)
9/26: Unlicensed clinics offering stem cell treatments across Canada: study (The Star)

UMASH
9/17: Reducing electrical hazards on the farm (Fillmore County Journal)

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