In the Media: News Roundup (November 25, 2022)
Media mentions from SPHHS faculty.
SPHHS researchers including Lisa Chasan-Taber and Nicholas Reich (Biostatistics and Epidemiology), Richard Peltier (Environmental Health Sciences), Chanup Jeung, Laura Attanasio and Kimberley Geissler (Health Promotion and Policy) and Amanda Paluch (Kinesiology) comment in multiple news stories women's health during and after pregnancy; infectious disease forecasting; hazardous waste; and steps per day for optimal health.
Updated November 25, 2022:
Computer Forecasts, Expert Judgment, And ‘Chimeric Forecasting’ Of Infectious Diseases - Nicholas Reich, Biostatistics and Epidemiology (Forbes, 11/21/22)
Upping your step count, even in small amounts, may increase life span - Amanda Paluch, Kinesiology (American Heart Association News, 11/3/22)
1 in 3 people transition insurance after giving birth: Study - Chanup Jeung, Laura Attanasio and Kimberley Geissler, Health Promotion and Policy (Becker's Payer Issues, 11/3/222)
NIH awards $2.1 million grant to UMass Amherst epidemiologist - Lisa Chasan-Taber, Biostatistics and Epidemiology (News-medical.net, 11/2/22)
Woman wants Haverhill cemetery soil tested after 'suspicious' waste dumped - Richard Peltier, Environmental Health Sciences (CBS Boston, 10/28/22)