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Preventing Chronic Disease

Author: U.S.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)

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This series contains podcasts related to CDC's online journal Preventing Chronic Disease.
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Listen as Edward Hu, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the high school category, talks about his recently published research, which looks at obesity among high school students in the United States.
Listen as Brittney Keller-Hamilton, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the doctoral category, talks about her recently published research, which looks the frequency of tobacco and alcohol use in adolescents' favorite TV shows and examines whether the rates of tobacco and alcohol use differed by the show's parental rating.
In this podcast interview, Calla Holzahauser, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the graduate category, talks about her recently published research, which estimates the number of women in South Dakota who will participate in a free breast cancer screening program from 2017 through 2022.
Listen as Leigha Vilen, winner of PCD's 2018 Student Research Paper Contest in the undergraduate category, talks about her recently published research, which looked at the education level and health status of Latino adults with arthritis participating in a walking program in North Carolina.
Listen as Dr. Ingrid Hall, an epidemiologist with CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, talks about her team's recently published research, which examine the prevalence of cancer screening reported in 2015 by U.S. adults.
Listen as Eliza Whiteman, PhD, discusses her research, which documents and reinforces the evidence that public libraries can be an integral partner in public health.
Listen as CDC Epidemiologist Susan Carlson, PhD, talks about her research, which estimates the percentage of US deaths attributed to inadequate levels of physical activity.
This podcast features Philip Massey, PhD, MPH, an assistant professor at Drexel University and one of the authors of a recent study that looks at what motivates health professionals to tweet about the HPV vaccine. Philip answers questions about his research and what impact social media can have on public health and health care communication.
In this edition of PCD Sound Bites, author Erica Kenney, ScD, answers questions about her study, which looked at how frequently U.S. schools used evidence-based obesity prevention programs and how often schools implement programs that may unintentionally worsen weight stigma among students.
This podcast features Christine Thompson, Community Programs Manager at the Nevada Cancer Coalition, and author of a recent study detailing a school-based program to help Nevada school children establish healthy sun safety habits and decrease UV exposure. Christine answers questions about her research and what impact her what impact the program had on children's skin health.
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