Health Archive

Rebecca Price, University of Pittsburgh – Ketamine and Depression

Treating those with depression is a vital endeavor in today’s society. Rebecca Price, associate professor in

Jason Richardson, Florida International University – How DDT Exposure Contributes to Alzheimer’s Disease Risk

Your risk for Alzheimer’s goes beyond genetics. Jason Richardson, professor and associate dean for research in

Jun Wu, University of California, Irvine – Examining Effects of Environment on Preterm Birth

Nature or nurture? Today on The Academic Minute: Jun Wu, professor of environment and occupational health

Joshua Rhee, University of California, Irvine – Tobacco and Cannabis Retailer Locations

On this Student Spotlight: Location matters, especially so for tobacco retailers. Joshua Rhee, Ph. D student

Jasmine Travers, New York University – Nursing Home Staffing Suffers in Disadvantaged Communities

On New York University Week: Staffing is a critical factor for nursing homes. Jasmine Travers, assistant

Suellen Hopfer, University of California Irvine – Social Media Strategies to Educate Young Adults on Vaccines

How do we best educate young adults about vaccines? Suellen Hopfer, assistant professor of health, society,

Henry Tran, University of South Carolina – Improving the Attractiveness of the Teaching Profession Through Talent-Centered Education Leadership

The world needs more teachers. Henry Tran, Associate Professor in Education Leadership at the University of

Tracy Brooks, Binghamton University – Targeting Proteins Related to Cancer

We’re still seeking new treatments for cancer patients. Tracy Brooks, associate professor and vice chair at

Daniel George, Penn State College of Medicine – The Power of Music: Effects of a Personalized Music Intervention for Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers

Helping those in eldercare environments have good quality of life is important. Daniel George, associate professor

David Richardson, University of California Irvine – The Effects of Lung Cancer and Radon in Uranium Miners

Even low level exposure to radon gas can have harmful impacts. David Richardson, professor of environmental