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Jun 21

American Geriatrics Society 2021 Annual Meeting Offers a Chance for Reflection

David Lynch, MD, and John Batsis, MD (Faculty Fellow) wrote a Doximity op-ed on key takeaways from the American Geriatrics Society...
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Jun 21

Measuring Convergence in Science and Engineering: Proceedings of a Workshop

Measuring Convergence in Science and Engineering: Proceedings of a Workshop was released April 26, 2021. Free PDFs and printed reports...
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Jun 21

Luca Flabbi interviewed for WRAL Tech Wire

Faculty Fellow Luca Flabbi was interviewed for WRAL Tech Wire about a possible labor shortage.
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Jun 21

Interview: Rapid testing of COVID-19 messaging

Predoctoral Trainee Sophie Bartels (Health Behavior) is the lead author on a new research study on rapid testing of COVID-19 messaging...
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May 21

Tonia Poteat highlighted by NPR’s Source of the Week.

Faculty Fellow Tonia Poteat was featured on NPR's Source of the Week on Twitter. In response to recent news about...
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May 21

In South Africa, a tax on unhealthy beverages is changing what people drink

A UNC-Chapel Hill study of beverage consumption in a South African township shows that a country-wide tax on sugary beverages...
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May 21

Poteat and colleagues publish Lancet comment

Faculty Fellow Tonia Poteat and colleagues just published a Comment in the Lancet. The comment, "Advancing LGBTQI health research," discusses...
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May 21

UNC-Chapel Hill helps expand COVID-19 vaccination to doctor’s offices

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is working to support expansion of COVID-19 vaccination to primary care clinics in areas with low vaccination rates, thanks...
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May 21

Obesity may slow progress against cancer deaths

May 12, 2021 Cancer death rates have fallen dramatically in the United States. Factor in obesity, however — as researchers...
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May 21

High and Rising Working-Age Mortality in the US: A Report From the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

In March, a report issued by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine revealed that young and middle-aged adults...
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