WVU professor of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences recently spoke with Public News Service about the cancellation of a study investigating the health impacts of mountaintop removal and other surface mining. Read the full story online.
This semester, students in the WVU School of Public Health are helping to implement a training program that will assist the area’s older adults in raising their grandchildren.
Elizabeth Claydon, Ph.D., recently spoke with The Minnesota Daily about eating disorders among college students, stigma and misinformation. Claydon is an assistant professor in the WVU School of Public Health's Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Get your running shoes ready and join us for a family-friendly 5K on April 7, 2019, hosted by the WVU Student Association of Public Health (SAPH) . We'll have games, prizes, snacks, face painting and a FREE kids fun run to kick off the event! Register before March 24 to receive a T-shirt. Check the event page on Facebook.