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GSPH Welcomes a Rock Star of Alzheimers Research

 

Rudolph Tanzi, Ph.D., to Give Talk on Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease

 

Pitt GSPH and University of Georgia study finds most Americans would refuse FDA-authorized emergency-use swine flu vaccine

 

Most Americans Would Refuse FDA-Authorized Emergency-Use Swine Flu Vaccine, Pitt Survey Finds

 

Prestigious Risk Analyst Award to GSPH Felicia Wu

 

Dean Burke Named Global Health Research Ambassador

 

GSPH Researcher Finds Oversight of Drug Ads Lacking

 

GSPH to Lead Local Center in Landmark Government Child Health Study

 

Hair Today, Health Tomorrow - Local Barbershops, Beauty Salons to Provide Health Screenings

 

Epidemiology Student Reception

 

It’s never too late to learn to use the Internet

 

Fall 2009 Newsletter - Center for Healthy Aging

 

University of Pittsburgh shares world stage with city of Pittsburgh, host of G-20 Summit

 

APHA Student Visit Day

 

Devra Davis to Focus on Environmental Research

 

Aging can negatively impact oral health

When was the last time you went to your dentist? How often do you brush your teeth? Have you ever lost any of your teeth or had a tooth ache right before a special occasion? 

NIDDK LABS study finds low short-term risks after obesity surgery

In the July issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM 361(5):445-454; July 30, 2009), a study coordinated in the Epidemiology Data Center indicates that weight loss surgery is safer than once believed. 

Exercise is the secret to living a longer life

Being active is not only a great way to stay healthy; it is also a secret to living longer. 

GSPH Receives $13.4 Million NIH Grant to Create Virtual Models to Gain Insight into Real-World Epidemics

 

Pitt study touts intensive glucose control for diabetics

The numbers are in, and the results are clear: Blood sugar control is key to preventing complications for people with type 1 diabetes.The University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health tracked people with type 1 diabetes for three decades to determine the causes of diabetes complications, which can involve kidney and eye damage, cardiovascular disease and circulation problems. 

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Coming of Age Ceremony brings Japanese tradition, Pittsburgh community together 

Coming of Age Ceremony brings Japanese tradition, Pittsburgh community together

PITT WIRE - While learning English at Pitt, 25 Japanese students missed out on the annual Coming of Age Ceremony, a national holiday in Japan. The Asian Studies Center threw them a party. “So many people support me here in Pittsburgh,” said Nanami Moriyasu, a Yasuda student majoring in English lite... (02/07/2018)
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Thurston finds link between traumatic events and future heart disease risk in women 

Thurston finds link between traumatic events and future heart disease risk in women

PITT WIRE - When we consider the determinants of women’s cardiovascular health, we need to think beyond biology alone,” said epidemiologist Rebecca Thurston. She recently led a study that demonstrates how traumatic experiences in life are linked to later vascular health issues that place women at ri... (12/12/2017)
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Large Pitt-led study uncovers complex genetics behind earlobe attachment 

Large Pitt-led study uncovers complex genetics behind earlobe attachment

PITTWIRE - New research led by Pitt Public Health affiliates and published in the  American Journal of Human Genetics  reveals that an interplay of at least 49 genes contributes to earlobe attachment inheritance. “Sometimes the genetics of a fairly simple trait are actually quite complex,” said ... (12/06/2017)
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