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San Antonio Express-News
Data shows which states have best and worst obesity ratesthere is a laundry list of variables that impact obesity rates. Walter Willett
Data shows which states have best and worst obesity rates
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 hours ago
there is a laundry list of variables that impact obesity rates. Walter Willett, department chair of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health told U.S. News that the answer to adult obesity in the South is not as simple as it... Read more
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CBS News
When can you stop getting colonoscopies?screened, which is not recommended, he said. Study lead author Dr. Xabier Garc
When can you stop getting colonoscopies?
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
screened, which is not recommended, he said. Study lead author Dr. Xabier Garcia-Albeniz, a research associate at the Harvard School of Public Health, and colleagues noted that colonoscopy is an invasive procedure that requires a thorough... Read more
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McDonough County Voice
Matthew T. Mangino: Gun owners down, gun purchases upprotection.�When I look at our survey, what I see is a population that is livin
Matthew T. Mangino: Gun owners down, gun purchases up
McDonough County Voice / Posted 3 days ago
protection.�When I look at our survey, what I see is a population that is living in fear,� Deb Azrael, a researcher at the Harvard School of Public Health and one of the lead authors of the study, told the Washington Post. �They are buying handguns... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Fast friendships over fast food: Krystal Birthday Club keeps seniors young at heartwho maintain large social networks reduce their risk of dementia and either del
Fast friendships over fast food: Krystal Birthday Club keeps seniors young at heart
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
who maintain large social networks reduce their risk of dementia and either delay or prevent cognitive impairment. A 2008 Harvard School of Public Health study also found that elderly people who engage in many social contacts have the slowest rate... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Longtime islander relocatesknew right away these were my kind of people so I joined them. "When I was in
Longtime islander relocates
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 9 days ago
knew right away these were my kind of people so I joined them. "When I was in Boston, I was the children's coordinator for Harvard School of Public Health and HUD," Piggott said. "We had an after school program for 30 children. A wonderful... Read more
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Newsmax
Gun 'Super Owners': Tiny Niche Possesses Half of US Firearmsbetween that and the decreasing rates of lethal violence in this country," Matt
Gun 'Super Owners': Tiny Niche Possesses Half of US Firearms
Newsmax / Posted 9 days ago
between that and the decreasing rates of lethal violence in this country," Matthew Miller, a Northeastern University and Harvard School of Public Health professor and one of study's authors, told The Guardian. "It isn't a response to actuarial... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
3-percent of adults own half the nation’s gunsdoubling from 230,000 per year to 400,000 per year. Deborah Azrael, the lead a
3-percent of adults own half the nation’s guns
WWLP Springfield / Posted 9 days ago
doubling from 230,000 per year to 400,000 per year. Deborah Azrael, the lead author of the study and a researcher at the Harvard School of Public Health, said, despite the numbers, there was no research on “whether owning a large number of guns... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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KIVI Boise
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
KIVI Boise / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's GunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
A Tiny Portion Of US Adults Own Half The Nation's Guns
KGTV San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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Newsmax
Do Vasectomies Increase Prostate Cancer Risk?have become concerned about the procedure, he said. That study, the Health Pro
Do Vasectomies Increase Prostate Cancer Risk?
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
have become concerned about the procedure, he said. That study, the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study, sponsored by the Harvard School of Public Health, found that vasectomy was linked with about a 10 percent greater overall risk of prostate... Read more
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International Business Times
US top guns: 3% of Americans have 50% of the citizens-owned firearms in countryif we hope to reduce the other potential dangers of guns, my gut is, we have to
US top guns: 3% of Americans have 50% of the citizens-owned firearms in country
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
if we hope to reduce the other potential dangers of guns, my gut is, we have to speak to that fear," Dr Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told the Guardian. Roughly 20,000 of... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
3 percent of adults own half the nation's gunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
3 percent of adults own half the nation's guns
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
3 percent of adults own half the nation's gunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
3 percent of adults own half the nation's guns
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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ajc.com
3 percent of adults own half the nation's gunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
3 percent of adults own half the nation's guns
ajc.com / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
3 percent of adults own half the nation's gunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
3 percent of adults own half the nation's guns
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
3 percent of adults own half the nation's gunsSo according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of a
3 percent of adults own half the nation's guns
Dayton Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
So according to the survey's results, 7.7 million Americans own an average of about 17 guns each. Dr. Deborah Azrael, a Harvard School of Public Health firearms researcher and the lead author of the study, told The Guardian she was more... Read more
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Mashable
Just 3% of Americans own nearly half of all guns, survey findsbetween that and the decreasing rates of lethal violence in this country," Matt
Just 3% of Americans own nearly half of all guns, survey finds
Mashable / Posted 10 days ago
between that and the decreasing rates of lethal violence in this country," Matthew Miller, a Northeastern University and Harvard School of Public Health professor who co-authored the new study, told the Guardian. "It isn’t a response to... Read more
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Batavia Republican
Strength training: Important for womento increase.” Furthermore, lifting promotes a healthy waist-to-hip ratio – whi
Strength training: Important for women
Batavia Republican / Posted 16 days ago
to increase.” Furthermore, lifting promotes a healthy waist-to-hip ratio – which, in turn, lowers the risk of death. The Harvard School of Public Health Obesity Prevention Source discusses a long-term study, where, “after 16 years, women who... Read more
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MLive.com
Oscoda toxic PFC groundwater plumes approaching Lake Huronstudies put the safety threshold for PFOS/PFOA exposure much lower than the EPA
Oscoda toxic PFC groundwater plumes approaching Lake Huron
MLive.com / Posted 17 days ago
studies put the safety threshold for PFOS/PFOA exposure much lower than the EPA. In 2015, researchers Philippe Grandjean at Harvard School of Public Health and Richard Clapp of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell pegged 1 ppt as the safe level of... Read more
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CircleID
Protecting Online Access to Safe and Affordable Medicationnumbers. Thirty-five million Americans did not fill a prescription in 2014 beca
Protecting Online Access to Safe and Affordable Medication
CircleID / Posted 17 days ago
numbers. Thirty-five million Americans did not fill a prescription in 2014 because of cost. According to a survey by the Harvard School of Public Health and Kaiser Health Foundation about 50% of Americans who could not afford medication said they... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Health law innovator drops out of programlittle in the way of analysis or data about how ACOs did in 2015,� said Dr. Ash
Health law innovator drops out of program
Rutland Herald / Posted 18 days ago
little in the way of analysis or data about how ACOs did in 2015,� said Dr. Ashish K. Jha, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health. �The results have not been a home run.� In addition, he said, �there is little reason to... Read more
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The Columbian
Outsmart your smartphonesurveyed the changing landscape, including articles and reports by Usher at OSH
Outsmart your smartphone
The Columbian / Posted 19 days ago
surveyed the changing landscape, including articles and reports by Usher at OSHU, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Harvard School of Public Health and more, to assemble the following commonsense list of tips and pointers for parents. • NO... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Whole Grains Month and Fruit & Veggies Month: Heart disease, stroke, weight loss, cholesterol, glaucoma, and breast cancersuggests by incorporating whole grains into your diet, you’re highly benefiting
Whole Grains Month and Fruit & Veggies Month: Heart disease, stroke, weight loss, cholesterol, glaucoma, and breast cancer
Bel Marra Health / Posted 19 days ago
suggests by incorporating whole grains into your diet, you’re highly benefiting your heart. According to research by the Harvard School of Public Health – published in JAMA Internal Medicine – eating more whole grains just might reduce the number... Read more
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The Border Mail
Time to explore fluoride optionsof your teeth, and there is no benefit when swallowed. So, why it is of any co
Time to explore fluoride options
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
of your teeth, and there is no benefit when swallowed. So, why it is of any concern if fluoride is swallowed? Well, Harvard School of Public Health and China Medical University in Shenyang studies have concluded fluoride lowers IQ by as much... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dartmouth drops out of health care program it helped developlittle in the way of analysis or data about how ACOs did in 2015,” said Dr. Ash
Dartmouth drops out of health care program it helped develop
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
little in the way of analysis or data about how ACOs did in 2015,” said Dr. Ashish K. Jha, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health. “The results have not been a home run.” In addition, he said, “there is little reason to... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Does owning a gun make you safer?— suggest that you very carefully weigh the actual costs and benefits before br
Does owning a gun make you safer?
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
— suggest that you very carefully weigh the actual costs and benefits before bringing a lethal weapon into your home. David Hemenway is a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health and director of the Harvard Injury Control Research... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Connector: Consumers should shop to avoid sharp premium increasessufficient time or information to process this,” said Nancy Turnbull, a Connect
Connector: Consumers should shop to avoid sharp premium increases
WWLP Springfield / Posted 21 days ago
sufficient time or information to process this,” said Nancy Turnbull, a Connector board member and associate dean at the Harvard School of Public Health, who said board members learned of the change less than a day ahead of Thursday’s... Read more
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Daily Mail
C-section babies are more likely to grow up FATby Caesarean section are more likely to be obese children than those born natur
C-section babies are more likely to grow up FAT
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
by Caesarean section are more likely to be obese children than those born naturally, new research suggests. Experts at Harvard School of Public Health found children whose mothers underwent the procedure were 15 per cent more likely to be obese... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama law firm says it has received 26k calls after talcum powder verdictsrestricted the use of talc in baby products based on data indicating potential
Alabama law firm says it has received 26k calls after talcum powder verdicts
Al.com / Posted 1 months ago
restricted the use of talc in baby products based on data indicating potential hazards to infants and children. A 2010 Harvard School of Public Health study found a "modest positive association" between genital use of talcum powder and the risk... Read more

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