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7/8/2020 - The project provides an analysis of United Way/2-1-1 call data performed by UT-SPH professor Dr. Alexandra van den Berg and her graduate assistant, Kathryn Janda.
7/8/2020 - In early April 2020, the City of Austin Office of Sustainability reached out to Dell Medical School and UTHealth School of Public Health in Austin for assistance in identifying areas where there are unmet food needs in Austin pertaining to COVID-19.
7/6/2020 - We invite your child to join the CATCH My Breath Youth Focus Group.
5/21/20 - Healthy Children, Healthy State. A one-pager on the child sugar-sweetened beverage crisis in Texas from the Texas Child Health Status Report Project.
1/9/20 - Healthy Children, Healthy State. A one-pager on the child sleep quality crisis in Texas from the Texas Child Health Status Report Project.
WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR: As of December 4th, 2019, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 2 U.S territories have reported over 2,400 cases of e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury (EVALI).
9/12/19 - Healthy Children, Healthy State. A one-pager on the child screen time crisis in Texas from the Texas Child Health Status Report Project.
8/13/19 - Texas very likely represents the future of the United States, given the current shifts in demographics across the country. Diverse population, geography and an array of cultures are only a few of the benefits that make Texas an ideal place to perform public health research.
6/27/19 - Access to healthy food is seen as a key determinant for addressing food insecurity. One innovative strategy to improving access to healthy food is by strategically placing mobile markets in under-served communities. The UTHealth School of Public Health team conducted qualitative interviews with groups implementing mobile markets to better understand how they conduct their operations, marketing, community feedback, and evaluation.
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6/27/19 - Access to affordable and quality fruits and vegetables (F&V) is a critical factor in the ability to consume a healthy diet. Learn more about the evaluation study of the Healthy Food Access Initiative in Austin with this annual report.