“I was very excited to learn that I was awarded this prestigious fellowship. It's an incredible honor to be recognized by the AAUW,” says LaBarbera.
"Low-value imaging use can harm patients, exposing them to unnecessary radiation and having downstream implications,” she said
"Strong and positive links to their culture support young people, especially as they encounter and respond to hardships,” says Wexler.
"There is no compelling scientific evidence that supports the use of detox tea or diet for weight loss or toxin elimination," he explains.
“Abortion data are scarce and it’s difficult to get good quality information, especially where abortions are illegal or there is a stigma attached to it," she says.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences held its Senior Recognition Ceremony on Saturday, May 7, 2016 in the Fine Arts Center on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus. The SPHHS ceremony recognized its undergraduate Class of 2016, which this year welcomed over 600 graduating seniors into its ranks. View the slideshows below or visit our Facebook page to view photos from the ceremony.
It described research into connections between breast cancer treatment and vasomotor symptoms (commonly called hot flashes).
The campaign, known as "Catmaggedon," urges smokers to quite for the health of their feline pets.
Maria Fallavollita, Sarah Kurvilla, Danielle Lewis, and Tova Weinronk were among the 22 students honored with the award.