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As childhood obesity rates rise, Lee focuses research on the health and well-being of school-aged children – UCCS Communique

Joey Lee, Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at UCCS, focuses his academic and professional career on increasing health and wellness opportunities for school-aged children. Photo credit: Alvin Mahmudov via Unsplash. One-third of children in the United States are overweight or obese, and 80 percent of those children become overweight or …

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Study: Peer Messages Improve Chances of Participation in Clinical Trials | Nebraska today

A recent study, “Effects of Communication Source and Racial Representation in Clinical Trial Recruitment Fliers,” published in Health Communication, found that peer messages improved participants’ attitudes towards clinical trials and increased intentions to participate in future studies. testing. The study was conducted by Ciera Elaine Kirkpatrick, assistant professor in the …

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Cho joins the Washington Research Consortium on Korea

Joan cho As a newly selected non-resident adjunct researcher for the Washington Korea Research Consortium, Joan Cho hopes to present the democratization of South Korea through a new scientific book tentatively titled, The Dictator’s Modern Dilemma: Development and Democracy in South Korea, 1961-1987. Cho, an assistant professor of East Asian …

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Professor Maureen Heffern Ponicki highlights importance of social connections during Hispanic Heritage Month – The Courier

In a research and insight sharing session from her time in Córdoba, Argentina, COD Professor Maureen Heffern Ponicki passed on many lessons that Argentina’s history, people and culture can bring to states. -United. and COD students. She stressed the importance of connection for all aspects of individual and community life. …

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