Professor Timothy Church co-authored the new guideline that is based in part on data showing rates of colorectal cancer are increasing in young and middle-aged populations.
Researcher Allison Watts found that adults in a regular yoga practice eat more fruits and vegetables, less junk food, and have higher levels of intense physical activity than those who don’t practice regularly or at all.
After her husband’s experience with fragmented health care, MHA student Audrey Workman turned her focus on finding potential solutions.
Research by graduate Kayla Hanson (MPH ’17) shows many parents lack the facts when it comes to HPV vaccination and consider it unnecessary for their teens.
Research by Associate Professor Pamela Lutsey found that patients viewed the reversibility of an anticoagulant and the ability to monitor its levels as important.
A study by Assistant Professor Nathan Shippee shows that Health Care Homes had better asthma outcomes than other primary care clinics.
A new study from researcher Kara Whitaker looked at an array of sedentary behaviors and found that when it comes to developing cardiovascular disease, watching TV may be the riskiest of them all.
Assistant Professor Carrie Henning-Smith found that hospital discharge planners encounter transportation, financial, space availability and other problems when trying to place patients in rural nursing homes.
PhD student Kimberly Bonner is the lead author of a commentary on developing strategies for providing HPV vaccine to young girls who are not in school.
An analysis by Assistant Professor Mary Butler shows trials of physical activity, prescription medications, over-the-counter vitamins and supplements, or cognitive training interventions did not prevent dementia in patients who did not have it at the time of the studies.