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Social distancing: why some comply and others don’t
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and the world, many communities have lingering questions about the deadly virus and its impact. To help address concerns, Miami’s office of university news and communications connected with Philip Smith, assistant professor of kinesiology and health.
Philip Smith on replication rate numbers for COVID-19
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Phil Smith Featured in Cincinnati Enquirer
The replication rate, or the R-naught factor, is more for the novel coronavirus than we typically see for the flu, but less for other things, like measles.
Reframe: Episode 71
Why Even a Little Exercise Goes a Very Long Way
Nancy Parkinson Quoted in Local Story
Nancy Parkinson, registered dietitian and clinical nutrition lecturer at Miami was quoted in article about the rise in plant-based products.
Want to Change Your Diet? Change the Way You Think About Food
“Food is not good or bad,” says Pamela Nisevich Bede ‘03, registered dietitian and author of the new book Sweat. Eat. Repeat. The 90-Day Playbook to Change Your Food Habits. “It’s fuel and it’s a tool to potentially move you toward your goals or away from them.”
Want to Change Your Diet? Change the Way You Think About Food
Why are two-thirds of adults now overweight or obese, and why are more and more spiraling downward into debilitating, even life-threatening chronic conditions? Part of the problem can be traced back to the food we eat. But, as most dietitians and nutritionists will tell you, the food itself is not to blame.
KNH Alum Adam Ortman Featured in The Dayton Daily News
The Dayton Daily News recently featured KNH alumnus and local Anytime Fitness owner Adam Ortman, who transformed his own life after deciding to get healthy.
EHS Faculty Members Awarded Research Grants from the University Senate Committee on Faculty Research
The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Faculty Research Grants Program awards three types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research.