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Apr 20 2014
Digital Journal: The City of Richmond worked collaboratively with associate professor Jason Corburn to develop a community driven Health in All Policies (HiAP) strategy and ordinance that will guide city policy. Corburn notes, "Richmond is the first more...
Apr 18 2014
Daily Californian: The UC Berkeley Wellness Letter translates health research into daily living advice, writes student editor Shiva Barforoshi in an op-ed. Read the op-ed in the Daily Californian
Apr 08 2014
Dallas News: Backed by Texas’ top environmental officials, some of the country’s biggest industries are working against a possible crackdown on ozone, the air pollutant that afflicts North Texas. Among their main targets is a nationwide study more...
Mar 30 2014
Sacramento Bee: A new study published by the American Cancer Society found that of the 10,000 clinical trials funded by the National Institutes of Health since 1997, only about 150 focused on a particular ethnic or minority population. Cultural and more...
Mar 27 2014
Quartz: The World Health Organization reported this week that 7 million people a year die prematurely due to air pollution, based on 2012 numbers, and that ratio is double what it was in the last estimate in 2008. More than half of those deaths are more...
Mar 26 2014
International New York Times: Last year, 46 people committed suicide off the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, while bridge workers stopped 118 attempts. The bridge is the most popular suicide spot in the nation, and for 60 years debate has more...
Mar 25 2014
National Geographic: The World Health Organization reported this week that one in eight deaths worldwide are attributable to air pollution, based on 2012 numbers, and that ratio is double what it was in the last estimate in 2008. More than half of more...
Mar 21 2014
Los Angeles Sentinel: In recognition of her outstanding contributions to community building and healthy aging, Betty Johnson was selected as one of 29 seniors throughout the state to receive a “California Senior Leaders Award” from the UC Berkeley more...
Mar 20 2014
KALW: Seth Holmes, assistant professor of health and social behavior, is interviewed on "Your Call." Holmes spent time living in labor camps, picking fruit and pruning plants on farms, migrating and crossing the US-Mexico desert border with more...
Mar 15 2014
Cherokee One Feather: According to a new study, “opening or expanding a casino was associated with increased economic resources and decreased risk of childhood overweight/obesity.” The study was conducted by Jessica C. Jones-Smith of the Johns more...

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