If you want to get a soccer mom’s attention, bring up the subject of artificial turf, the preferred playing surface for children from pre-K to college – or at least preferred by school boards and parks and recreation departments.
Doctors who work in emergency rooms are generally supportive of prescription drug monitoring programs, while those in other specialties appear more concerned regulatory oversight…more »
Mike Krafick first started experimenting with prescription painkillers as a 10th grader in Vandergrift, Pa., a small town about an hour north of Pittsburgh. He got the drugs through friends who had sports injuries or found them in their parents’ medicine cabinets.
He used opioids sporadically over the… more »
Graduate-level public health programs should provide more advanced biostatistics instruction and training to keep up with the explosion of available health data and available software for analytics, according to a team of researchers led by an expert at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.
“Education in modernized statistical methods, including advanced modeling and… more »
Social media is an effective tool for HIV education and prevention programs, according to research from the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.