A study on the quality and costs of workers’ compensation programs by Ohio State University researcher Thomas Wickizer, PhD, MPH, and his former colleagues at the University of Washington has resulted in a new law in the state of Washington which reorganizes how occupational care is delivered.
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The College of Public Health would like to congratulate Mariah E. Charette on her successful application for the OSU-Research Scholar Award.
Mariah has a wealth of training and experiences that have prepared her for success in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree program.
“This award means that I can continue my endeavors as I further explore public health and...Read more »
Exposure to polluted air early in life led to an accumulation of abdominal fat and insulin resistance in mice even if they ate a normal diet, according to new research.
Animals exposed to the fine-particulate air pollution had larger and more fat cells in their abdominal area and higher blood sugar levels than did animals eating the same diet but breathing clean air.
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Tobacco-free pharmacy laws have resulted in a reduction of tobacco retailer density in California and Massachusetts, according to a new study in the American Journal of Public Health.
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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 areas in the world are impacted by public health threats such as limited access to quality health care.
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College of Public Health Surpasses Goal in But for Ohio State Campaign, Increasing Support for Students and Improving Lives
The College of Public Health recently raised $9,802,439 during the But for Ohio State capital campaign, surpassing our goal by more than $500,000. The funds raised support education, research and community engagement, allowing faculty and students to make an impact in public health both locally and internationally.
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Haikady Nagaraja, professor and chair of biostatistics, was one of 18 Ohio State University faculty elected among the newest class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Nagaraja was selected for distinguished...Read more »