News & Spotlights

COVID-19 Student Survey
May 24, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"Additionally, the data collected can be used to help UCI continue to address student’s concerns regarding the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, assess UCI’s COVID-19 related services and communication methods, and provide needed support to students." (Featuring: Boden-Albala, Bernadette)


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Editorial: Bad news pileup can lead to anxiety (The Philadelphia Tribune)
May 24, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"We've had so much news from COVID-19 and the economic breakdown to the reckoning with racial injustice combined with hurricanes and firestorms," (Featuring: Cohen Silver, Roxane)


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The Urgency for Reproductive Freedom: From Slavery to the New Jane Crow (Ms. Magazine)
May 24, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"If the Supreme Court dismantles Roe v. Wade and its legacy of jurisprudence, it will bring significant harm to all women and all people capable of pregnancy in anti-abortion states, while imposing a death sentence for Black and Brown women." (Featuring: Goodwin, Michele)


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How do rape and incest exceptions work in state abortion bans? (Yahoo! News)
May 24, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"For some, going through all of that will be just utterly exhausting to such a degree where it can feel hopeless," (Featuring: Goodwin, Michele)


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It’s Not Your Job to Fix Your Work Stress (Slate)
May 24, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"We have widespread karoshi. We simply don’t call it that. We basically are in denial about the work environment" (Featuring: Schnall, Peter)


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Study finds unsafe feeding practices among formula-reliant families due to the pandemic, food shortages (New Medical Life Scienes)
May 23, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"With more severe and frequent impacts on maternal and infant well-being and supply chains, government programs and policies must continue to promote exclusive and supplementary breastfeeding practices to protect pediatric nutrition. If we increase breastfeeding practices among mothers, supply chain disruptions, such as the one going on right now, won't be as devastating." (Featuring: Payan, Denise)


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You Can Now Get Another 8 Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests: How to Order Them (Healthline)
May 23, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"When case counts increase and people’s perceived risk increases, we tend to see greater use of COVID-19 home tests," (Featuring: Souleles, David)


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How Long Do Breakthrough COVID-19 Symptoms Last? Experts Examine Average Recovery Timelines (Good Housekeeping)
May 21, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"COVID-19 vaccines are doing exactly what they're supposed to do — prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death. What they don't do is guarantee you won't get infected at all," (Featuring: Boden-Abala, Bernadette)


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HOW LONG DOES COVID-19 LAST IF YOU HAVE BEEN VACCINATED? PIONEERING COVID LENGTH AND DIFFICULTY (Community 99)
May 21, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"COVID-19 vaccines do exactly what they are supposed to do – prevent serious illness, hospitalization and death. What they do not do is guarantee that you will not be infected at all," (Featuring: Boden-Albala, Bernadette)


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OC COVID-19 Infections on the Rise, But Hospitalizations Remain Steady (My News LA)
May 20, 2022 - Public Health News Spotlight

"I’m not resting on my laurels or anything, but that’s good. More of the same, please," (Featuring: Noymer, Andrew)


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