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Do you need help getting your kids to be more active?

Exercise science professor Russell Pate and student Aliyah Abrams talk to WIS TV about parent/caregiver resources for helping kids be physically active, compiled by the Children's Physical Activity Research Group. 

Arnold School faculty and postdoctoral scholars to serve as principal investigators on 14 projects supported by 2021 ASPIRE grants

Faculty and postdoctoral scholars from across the Arnold School received funding through the Office of the Vice President for Research's Advanced Support for Innovative Research Excellence (ASPIRE) program.

I Am Public Health: Leslie Watson

Corporate accountant returns to school to earn Master of Health Administration and pursue career in healthcare. The May graduate's next stop will be a residency with a major insurance organization.

Marine Corps staff Sergeant earns public health degree to improve mental health for military service members and veterans

UofSC appealed to Matt Trogdon because of the Arnold School's rankings as a top tier public health program (No. 13 in 2020 among public universities according to U.S. News & World Report) and its top notch Navy ROTC program.

Cell study suggests pesticide exposure may increase COVID-19 susceptibility

New research from ENHS associate professor Saurabh Chatterjee's Environmental Health and Disease Laboratory suggests increased COVID-19 susceptibility among those exposed to pesticides, particularly veterans with Gulf War Illness.

South Carolina Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network partners with communities to improve health, reduce cancer disparities

Twelve years after the UofSC Prevention Research Center established the South Carolina Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (SC-CPCRN), the Network has become more impactful than anyone predicted.

Public health grad to attend UofSC School of Medicine Greenville in pursuit of equity in women's health

Carson Collins was determined to choose the best major to prepare her for a career in medicine, zeroing in on the Arnold School's Bachelor of Science in Public Health program as the perfect foundation.

May graduate completes MPH to help disseminate research conducted by public health scientists

The Arnold School's Master of Public Health in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior was a natural fit for learning more about her public health interests, and Wendy Besmann jumped into the program.

Brushing away oral health disparities in America’s rural children

New research from HSPM assistant professor/Rural and Minority Health Research Center deputy director Elizabeth Crouch and MUSC professor Amy Martin has revealed that rural children are less likely to receive preventive oral care than urban kids.

New NIH-funded study to add cultural relevance to U.S. dietary guidelines

Brie Turner-McGrievy has been awarded $3.4 million to increase dietary quality and reduce type 2 diabetes risk among African Americans by ensuring the cultural relevance of the dietary patterns recommended by the United States Dietary Guidelines

May graduate brings athletic training expertise, public health focus to residency position at The Steadman Clinic

As an athletic trainer, Madison Hauge has developed expertise in examination, diagnosis and treatment. She has also learned the power of prevention and the need to focus on public health overall.

Center for Community Health Alignment Partners with Johnson & Johnson to Combat Racial and Health Inequities

In partnership with the National Association of Community Health Workers, the Center for Community Health Alignment is working to eradicate racial/social injustice as a public health threat by leveraging the community health worker program.

 

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