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New Grant to Assess Health of Mexican Immigrants to the United States

Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD, an associate professor in the department of Community Health and Prevention, was awarded R01 grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

The award will be used for the “HIV Risk and Access to Healthcare Among Mexican Immigrants” project.


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New Research Finds Asbestos in Talc Commonly Used Across Southeast Asia

The public health risks associated with talcum powder containing asbestos have been widely explored in the United States, and now a similar risk has been found in Southeast Asia.

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Life Expectancy May Be Linked to Socioeconomic Status Even with Universal Healthcare

A study of 6 million people found a strong link between socioeconomic status and life expectancy among a population with universal healthcare.

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Community Environments Play a Complex Role in Health Interventions

New research looked at the effectiveness of a mindful eating intervention on the health of overweight or obese pregnant women.

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The Impact of the ACA on Health Care Access for Children

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Many nail technicians put in long hours, without basic health care coverage, while earning annual salaries estimated at roughly $25,000.