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Mar 21

Fellow Yong Cai featured in Washington Post

Faculty Fellow Yong Cai, who focuses on China's birth policies, was interviewed for a recent Washington Post article about a...
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Mar 21

Fellow Poteat’s HIV work highlighted

Faculty Fellow Tonia Poteat recently co-authored a research paper entitled "HIV and women in the USA: what we know and...
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Mar 21

Carolina Demography’s Impact in 2020

Carolina Demography is an applied demography group located within the Carolina Population Center. The group just released their 2020 Impact...
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Mar 21

Single Vaccine Dose May Offer Protection to Those Who Have Had COVID-19

UNC-Chapel Hill research, led by CPC Faculty Fellow Allison Aiello, PhD, and Emily Ciccone, MD, shows that individuals previously infected...
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Mar 21

Depression and anxiety among first-year college students worsen during pandemic

First-year college students are reporting symptoms of depression and anxiety significantly more often than they were before the coronavirus pandemic,...
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Mar 21

Fellow Allison Aiello interviewed on NPR

Faculty Fellow Allison Aiello was recently interviewed on NPR about the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Mar 21

Death Rates Rising Among Middle-Aged and Younger Americans; Report Recommends Urgent National Response

This piece was originally published by the National Academics of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. WASHINGTON — Young and middle-aged adults...
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Mar 21

Carolina Population Center receives $38.2 million to study adult health and aging

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carolina Population Center has received two grants, providing an expected $38.2 million...
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Feb 21

Study shows Latino families more likely to have purchased toddler milk

Though multiple national health organizations recommend against giving toddler milk – a nutrient-fortified drink for children ages 12 months to...
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Feb 21

Fellow Robinson quoted in North Carolina Health News

Faculty Fellow Whitney Robinson was quoted in North Carolina Health News discussing COVID-19 variants and vaccinations.
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