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The Application Process: Long, Stressful, Expensive

In defense of the graduate school application process, I decided to apply about 90 days before the application was due. Waiting until so late in the game is uncommon for a Type-A person, like me, but after switching jobs I realized my employer would pay for  a graduate degree. 418 more words

Catch Of The Day - Book Haul While I Was Away

I couldn’t resist whenever there’s an MPH Warehouse Sale. As I remembered there were less crowd in the sweltering hot afternoon and the place was only powered by electrical fans. 161 more words

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Who should you listen to?

Who should we listen to on what to eat? Dietitians, journalists, nutritionists, bloggers, vegetarians, vegans, the government, our grandparents? The LAST person I trust on that list is the government. 417 more words

Does Exercise Aid Brain Health?

The Debate’s Yet to be Decided

Published in Woonsocket Call on August 31, 2016

According to AARP’s latest health aging survey findings, age 40 and over respondents who regularly exercise rate their brain health significantly higher than non-exercisers. 1,121 more words


Woman Physician Assures Parents Their Daughter Will Not Face as Harsh a Path as Predecessors

Congratulations on your daughter’s acceptance into medical school.  Like the first day of kindergarten, this launch is notable for parents as well as children. You may have some concerns about the stresses she will face.

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Public health students experience Panama

In June, USC Master of Public Health students participated in a graduate course in Panama through a collaboration between the Keck School of Medicine of USC… 82 more words


Student Insights: How to Get the Most Out of Your Time at Touro

We asked recent MPH alum Mey Saephan some questions about her time here at Touro — What did you find helpful? What did you find not helpful? 378 more words

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