In the media (July 27, 2018)

NewsUTHealth School of Public Health was featured in the following media stories recently.

Research by James Langabeer, PhD, MBA, on the financial challenges facing hospitals was featured in Becker's Hospital CFO Report.

The cover story of the July TMC Pulse featured an interview with Joseph McCormick, MD, about the initial usage of an experimental vaccine designed to fight the Ebola virus at its onset. It has been deployed to contain an outbreak in Africa.

The Independent, The Atlantic, Runner's World and Bustle were among an additional 24 media outlets to cover a School of Public Health study done by Marcia Otto, PhD, finding no significant link between dairy fats and cause of death or heart disease.

Cheryl Perry, PhD, was featured in the ASPPH News for a study showing an alarming trend of first-time smoking among young adults.

Shreela Sharma, PhD, RD, was featured on a lifestyle show on NBC's WSAV News 3 Today in Savannah, Georgia for a segment on the hidden sugars and fats to watch out for in food and beverages.

Paula Stigler Granados, PhD, was featured in a Texas Standard radio segment about Chagas disease, transferred by kissing bugs. UTHealth's guide to raise awareness of the little-known disease also was highlighted in news from the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health.

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