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Opening Up US Will Trigger More COVID-19 Cases, but Disease Models Suggest How to Avoid a Second Peak

U-M Professor and Chair of Epidemiology Joseph Eisenberg discusses how relaxed social distancing will increase deaths from COVID-19, and explains a disease model that details how a second peak can be avoided if it's followed carefully. June 2, 2020. #5mins #web-article ...


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Social Distancing 2.0: A New Normal

U-M School of Public Health released a "Population Healthy Podcast" that discusses the COVID-19 news updates and understanding changes in social distancing. April 24, 2020. #5-15mins #PublicHealth #podcast #SchoolofPublicHealth #Health/Wellness #Society #Epidemiology ...


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Changing Perceptions of Countermeasures to COVID-19

School of Public Health's Abram Wagner discusses his ongoing research examining how changes in the epidemiology of COVID-19 affects behaviors. May 12, 2020. #5-15mins #podcast #PublicEngagementandImpact #Health/Wellness #Society #Epidemiology #COVID-19


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3 Things to Know about Managing the Spread of Coronavirus

School of Public Health Chair of Epidemiology Joseph Eisenberg explains how COVID-19 is different than the flu and how social distancing will continue to save lives. March 20, 2020. # #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #HealthandWellness #Science #Disease ...


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Coronavirus: The Long Path to a Vaccine

School of Public Health Associate Professor of Epidemiology Emily Martin explains the reasons why a vaccine for COVID-19 will take at least 12-18 months from development to implementation. March 26, 2020. # #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #HealthandWellness ...


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Viruses Live on Doorknobs and Phones and Can Get You Sick—Smart Cleaning and Good Habits Can Help Protect You

U-M Epidemiology Chair and professor Joseph Eisenberg discusses how COVID-19 can spread easily and in ways people normally do not think of, and the importance of good cleaning habits. March 17, 2020. #5mins #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #Health/Wellness ...


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How Coronavirus Infections Show Up (or Don't) in a Population

School of Public Health Professor of Epidemiology Sharon Kardia discusses how coronavirus spreads throughout a population, how it can be hard to detect who is infected, and how to determine who may transmit it. March 27, 2020. # #PublicHealth #video #SchoolofPublicHealth ...


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For Many Female Athletes, Bone Stress and Missing Period is the Norm

School of Public Health Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez and doctoral students study how body shaming and unrealistic body ideals have led to negative health effects in female athletes. March 2, 2020. #5mins #PublicHealth #web-article ...


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Preventing Cancer: Thwarting a Disease that Affects 1 in 3 Americans

School of Public Health Professors offer their unique expertise to explain cancer research from environmental, nutritional, and epidemiological perspectives in this podcast episode. August 13, 2019. #5-15mins #PublicHealth #podcast #SchoolofPublicHealth #HealthandWellness ...


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Low Levels of Vitamin D in Elementary School Could Spell Trouble in Adolescence

School of Public Health Professor of Epidemiology Eduardo Villamor discusses the correlation of lower blood Vitamin D levels with aggressive behaviors and anxious/depressive symptoms in children, extending his research to include effects in adulthood. August 20, 2019. #5-15mins ...