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Learn truths about arthritis during May

 

Presentation given by Daniel Nagin, PhD. "An Overview of Recent Development of Group-Based Trajectory Modeling"

 

Are you feeding your bones enough calcium?

 

Russell Rule Rycheck Fund

 

Pitt receives grant to study infections spread in hospitals

 

Changing health behaviors takes some patience

Why is it hard to fit exercise into my daily routine? I always seem to be too busy or I find an excuse why I shouldn’t exercise. If you are feeling what I am feeling, you are not alone. 

Epidemiology Department Student Survey 2009

The spring 2009 Epidemiology Student Survey is now closed.  

Keep active inside during winter

It’s early in the morning; you are sipping on some hot chocolate and looking out your front window. You notice that the snow is falling; people are bundled up as they head out to work, and the trees are covered with snow and are moving in the wind. 

When was your last eye examination?

Was there ever a time that you realized that you couldn’t read a road sign while you were driving until you were right on top of it? What about the time you were trying to read the nutrition label on the soup can to find out the salt content? 

Be happier in ’09: Turn your frown upside down

Are you happy? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself that? Don&%8223;t pass over the question too lightly. 

Don't neglect exercise during the winter

Has the winter weather left you wondering what to do about exercise and outdoor activities? Do you find that your motivational level is low at this time of year and you feel like hibernating just like the bears? 

Evelyn Wei Fundraiser Breaks Records

The fall fundraiser benefiting the Evelyn H. Wei Scholarship Award in Epidemiology was hugely successful. 

Enjoy the holidays without all the stress

I have to think about a gift for Aunt Sally who has everything, prepare all the food for the big Holiday brunch, I have two parties to go to on the same night, plus write out all of my holiday cards. Does this sound familiar to you? 

New Introduction to SAS Course (EPIDEM 2185) Available in Spring 2009

Students will learn to use SAS by research examples. This course is for students interested in conducting research on their own using SAS, a statistical software package which is commonly used to perform data preparation and statistical analysis. 

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