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Help Build the General Hazel Johnson-Brown Endowed Scholarship

You can ensure our nursing students receive a high-quality education, regardless of their financial status, by contributing to this endowed scholarship. General Johnson-Brown was a School of Nursing faculty member and the first female African American general in the United States Military. Read more.

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Fueling an Epidemic

More New Hampshire residents will die from opioid overdoses than car accidents in 2017 and the two statistics are no longer even close to each other. Read more.

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CHHS Faculty Blog on Health Care Payment Reform

Learn about some of the options from HAP Faculty Len Nichols, Alison E. Cuellar, Lorens Helmchen, Gilbert Gimm and co-author Jay Want. Read more.

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August is National Breastfeeding Month

Did you know that most breastfed infants in the U.S. are not getting enough vitamin D? Read more about vitamin D supplementation for infants and 5 other facts you might not know about breastfeeding.

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Summer Fieldwork Capturing Ticks at Great Falls

CHHS and College of Science help National Park Service with longitudinal study examining tick-borne diseases. Read more.

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Ingesting More Protein May Improve Bone Health

Dr. Taylor C. Wallace and Dr. Cara L. Frankenfeld examined whether protein intake above the current recommended daily allowance could be beneficial for bone health. Read more.