A new TEDX podcast features an interview with Dr. Michael McCawley of the School of Public Health's Department of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences. In the interview, TEDX asks, "Can noise from fracking operations affect your health?"
McCawley shares his insight about the adverse health effects associated with stress from environmental noise exposure and how factors contributing to noise levels might not be effectively addressed through mitigation measures or setbacks.
"Fracking and Health: Ask an Expert" is available on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher and the web.
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The tobacco cessation treatment training program at WVU urges collaboration in helping patients kick the tobacco habit and decrease health risks associated with tobacco use.
WVU School of Public Health (SPH) PhD candidate and WVU Injury Control Research Center (ICRC) graduate research assistant, Sara Warfield, recently shared her path to graduate school and her research focused on opioids in The Summit Ahead, a blog for future graduate students at WVU.
The Japanese concept of forest bathing is simple - getting out in nature offers numerous calming, restorative benefits. Social and Behavioral Sciences assistant professor Christiaan Abildso and Exercise Physiology professor Sam Zizzi shared insights on forest bathing with WV Public Broadcasting.