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Multi-level Models of Health Behavior for HIV

In a post about public health and epistemologies of ignorance, I argued that public health interventions have focused solely on the individual rather than looking at other factors impacting health. Moving forward, we need to develop multi-level models of health behavior, so here are a few examples of a multi-level analysis and multi-level models related…

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A Very Vegan Christmas – Pro Tips

The number of American’s participating in a Vegan diet has risen to new heights in the year 2017. In response to this, below is a list of tips to hopefully make that trip home to visit our non-Vegan family easier to handle. The following were adapted from Romesh Ranganathan’s Christmas survival guide for vegans: Accept…

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Diseases and Conditions, Health Communication, In the News, Mass Media, Obesity

UNC alumnus writes about journalism’s role in stopping stigma against obesity

Chioma Ihekweazu is a recent doctoral graduate from our very own School of Media and Journalism here at UNC. Not only was I thrilled to see a kind peer’s work showcased in my newsfeed, I was also drawn in by her accurate criticism of how we talk about weight–obesity in particular. She makes the very…

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