Our MPH students here at the UGA College of Public Health are health experts in their own right. In a recent article in the Athens Banner Herald, HPB MPH student Deenene Chandler shared five strength training exercises you can do out home without equipment.
Check out the story on the Athens Banner Herald.
The Georgia Department of Public Health and the College of Public Health invite the UGA community to attend the Tobacco-Free Colleges and Universities Summit Sept. 19 on the Health Sciences Campus.
The Georgia Health News recently shared the results of a pilot study evaluting health impacts at the 39 elementary schools participating in the "Health Empowers You" program - part of the state’s “Power Up for 30” initiative which encourages schools to give children an additional 30 minutes of physical activity daily.
In its coverage of the College's 2014 State of Public Health Conference, the Athens Banner Herald offered a report on a morning workshop addressing the expansion of Medicaid coverage in Georgia. The presentation took a look at how the use of Medicaid Section 1115 Demonstration Waivers might offer a solution to both economic and health equity concerns.
What do playgrounds, school lunches, vaccinations, sidewalks and wheelchair ramps have in common? They all contribute to a community's ability to help its residents get healthy and stay healthy, sometimes called a culture of health.
At the State of Public Health Conference held at UGA on Sept. 10, UGA's College of Public Health and J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development unveiled a joint initiative designed to engage community leaders in creating and sustaining a culture of health in their communities.