Study: Smoking bans do not cause job losses in bars, restaurants

New public health research suggests that exempting bars from community smoking bans makes no economic difference in terms of preserving bar employment, and that even the most comprehensive clean indoor air policies do not lead to a reduction in hospitality jobs.


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H1N1 outbreak offers teachable moment for professors

Faculty in the College of Public Health are using the current H1N1 influenza outbreak to bring some lessons home for their students.

A few of the classes being taught this quarter include:

Assessing exposures to things that may harm or improve health Infectious...
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Thinking Globally: College of Public Health digs deeper into global health

Researchers and students in the College of Public Health are advancing knowledge about global health. They're visiting places such as Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, Sichuan Province in China and the Republic of Uganda in East Africa to learn how these and other remote...

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