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CHHS in the Media
- January 5, 2022
- December 31, 2021
- December 27, 2021
- December 17, 2021
- December 16, 2021
- January 18, 2022Promote the Vote: Positioning Social Workers for Action asserts that supporting political participation is integral to social work practice.
- January 13, 2022Youth smoking remains a significant public health problem in the U.S. and in Virginia. Hong Xue, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy, is conducting a study of youth smoking and prevention on the effects of policy and prevention strategies on the use of conventional and e-cigarettes in Virginia adolescents.
- January 7, 2022Amira Roess, professor in the Department of Global and Community, offers insight into practicing proper mask usage, such as identifying which masks are most effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and how long you should wear the masks before they are considered ineffective.
- January 7, 2022CHHS welcomes Dr. Jeah Jung to the Health Administration and Policy faculty. Jung brings research expertise in health economics, health policy, and health disparities.
- January 6, 2022Farrokh Alemi, professor of Health Administration and Policy, is working on a new study to identify a connection between COVID-19 and suicide among essential workers. The study aims to offer evidence-based policy recommendations for improving mental health and preventing suicide in essential workers.
- January 5, 2022Schools across US bracing for impact as Omicron spreads and threatens to disrupt in-person learning.
- January 5, 2022Infectious Disease Expert Shares Insight on How the Omicron Variant's Spread Could Affect Schools and In-Person Instruction
- Mason Researchers Create Digital Health Solution for Students Experiencing Academic, Mental Health ConcernsJanuary 5, 2022A team of #MasonCHHS researchers designed an app to combat the growing mental health concerns affecting undergraduate students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers created a predictive health app that detects when undergraduate students are exhibiting behavioral, emotional, and academic concerns and connects the students to appropriate resources, such as Mason's Counseling and Psychological Services.
- December 31, 2021For weight loss resolutions, experts suggest finding diet method that fits lifestyle.
- December 27, 2021COVID-19 surge due to omicron variant impacting testing sites, travel, NYE plans. Roess starts at the 1 minute and 26-second mark.
- December 17, 2021Comparison of Intimate Partner Violence Injuries among Sexes.
- December 16, 2021HealthDay Now: Which Trending Diets Are Backed by Science? Cheskin starts at the 1 minute and 24-second mark.