- Alumna aims to create a more equitable health care system
Lizzy Ragan, ’13, is using her public health degree to ensure all people have an equal chance at living healthy lives
- Applied ergonomics study finds fishermen-developed “banger bar” helps reduce risk of injury on crab boats
Dungeness crab fishermen are at high risk for on-the-job injury, but having a metal bar to bang crab pots against as they harvest can help them prevent injury.
- HIV self-testing shown to save lives, reduce spread
Public health team turns HIV self-testing research into impact for LGBTQ+ community in Portland
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5 tips for contacting faculty advisors when applying to graduate school
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Understand your metabolism and learn how to modify it
- Seeking a better relationship with food? Try intuitive eating.
Have you ever tried to follow a rigid diet plan? Do you often think about dieting or food in general? Cue the need for intuitive eating.