Class Of Fall 2017: Get To Know Some Of Our Inspiring Public Health Graduates
Published 12/11/2017 in News Hub
Our Fall 2017 graduates include a social justice-seeker who has seen the effects of addiction firsthand, a globe-trotting supporter of healthy communities, a microbiologist who responds to environmental disasters and a health communicator who answered the call to pursue sexual violence prevention.
Trust In E-Cigarette Safety Varies By Worldview, Source Of Messaging
Published 12/6/2017 in News Hub
Public health messaging about the safety of e-cigarettes needs to account for the worldviews of different target audiences, according to a Georgia State study.
Study: Regulators Should Not Consider ‘Lost Pleasure’ Of Quitting Smoking
Published 11/28/2017 in News Hub
Federal officials considering new regulations on tobacco products should give more weight to the fact that a majority of smokers are unhappy about feeling addicted to cigarettes, and should put less emphasis on the theory that smokers who quit are losing “pleasure” in their lives, according to a recent study.