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Antibiotic Prescription? It May Depend on Where You Live

 

Elderly In South Use More Antibiotics Than Seniors In Other Areas Of Country

 

Social Networking Reveals Food Safety Connection to Global Trade

 

U.S. Antibiotic Prescribing Rates Highest in South: Study

 

Variation in antibiotic prescribing hints at overuse

 

Pitt Public Health Alumna Elizabeth Surma Pledges $1 Million for New Building, Renovations

 

Antibiotic Use by Seniors Highest in South

 

SOPHAS Virtual Fair!

Tues and Wed 8am-10pm chat with faculty and student services representatives about Pitt Public Health. http://www.sophas.careereco.net/  

Regional and Seasonal Variation in Antibiotic Use, Pitt Research Finds

 

Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Centers

 

Pittsburgh Hosts Preparedness Conference: October 22-24

 

Allegheny County Health Board delays action on air toxics guidelines

 

Fertility drugs promote ovarian cancer if they fail as fertility drugs

 

Helping Hospitals Address Community Health Needs: A Collaboration Between the Center for Public Health Practice and the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences

The Graduate School of Public Health is committed to improving the health of Pennsylvanians. A team of GSPH public health experts, including Drs. Albert, Burke, Doebler, Nolan and Ricci from BHCS, are available to work with hospitals and to help them comply with the requirements of community health under the new federal tax laws and make a difference in the health status of their service populations.   

PHASYS PERRC at Pittsburgh

 

Former Pittsburgh Dean Goldstein Recognized with Honorary Colloquium

 

Scientists at CRV, Directed by Burke, Developing Universal Flu Vaccine in Partnership with Sanofi Pasteur

 

Disability, Race Predictors of Medication Adherence Following a Heart Attack

 

Pittsburgh Identify Behaviors That May Lead to Weight Control in Older Women

 

Public Health Colloquium Honors Dr. Bernard Goldstein, Former Pitt Public Health Dean and Professor Emeritus

 

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O'Neal Summons Satan for Starring Role 

O'Neal Summons Satan for Starring Role

PITTWIRE - Pitt Public Health staff member Scott O'Neal recently took center stage to sing the title role in the world premiere of "Satan's Fall," composed by Steward Copeland, founder of the iconic New Wave band The Police. The metal opera, based on "Paradise Lost", was co-commissioned by the Mend... (02/24/2020)
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Parker elected Hastings Center fellow 

Parker elected Hastings Center fellow

PITTWIRE - HUGEN's Lisa Parker was recently elected fellow to The Hastings Center, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of research scholars studying ethical questions in medicine, science and technology that help inform policy, practice and public understanding. Parker, along with Robert Arnold o... (02/05/2020)
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Sabik sees decline in late stage cancer diagnoses after health reform law 

Sabik sees decline in late stage cancer diagnoses after health reform law

PITT WIRE - Advanced stage cancer diagnoses declined following health insurance expansion in Massachusetts, likely due to increased access to screening and diagnostic services that identified cancers earlier, according to new research led by health economists including HPM's Lindsay Sabik. “Colorec... (01/28/2020)


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El Khoudary finds heart disease risk grows as women move through menopause 

El Khoudary finds heart disease risk grows as women move through menopause

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - A marker for heart disease risk considerably worsens as women transition through menopause. Black women experience this accelerated decline earlier in menopause than their white counterparts. According EPI's Samar El Khoudary, the findings add to growing evidence that menopaus... (02/10/2020)
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Sabik finds decline in advanced stage cancer diagnoses following health reform law 

Sabik finds decline in advanced stage cancer diagnoses following health reform law

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Advanced stage cancer diagnoses declined following health insurance expansion in Massachusetts, likely due to increased access to screening and diagnostic services that identified cancers earlier, according to new research led by health economists including HPM's Lindsay Sabik... (02/04/2020)
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Miller's research proves program effective in preventing dating violence with middle school students 

Miller's research proves program effective in preventing dating violence with middle school students

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Coaching Boys Into Men, a program that seeks to prevent dating violence and sexual assault, reduces abusive behaviors among middle school male athletes toward their female peers, according to clinical trial results published in JAMA Pediatrics. The trial, examining the short- ... (01/28/2020)