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Reframe Podcast: Episode 46
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
Holiday Project's record donation total spreads cheer
Many volunteers shopped for gifts for the Holiday Project. Even Santa Claus would be amazed by the list of gifts collected this year by Miami University’s Holiday Project.
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
E-cigarettes are being used by teenagers almost everywhere. The FDA has called this growing phenomenon an epidemic, and it’s a major concern among those who hope to stop the momentum now.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 45
New Series of “Rox the Fox” Comic Books Promote Public Health
KNH Students Win ACSM Quiz Bowl
acsm1200x600.pngMiami kinesiology and health students Jared Bottger, Sarah Brown, and Taylor Roof received the first place trophy at the Midwest Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Quiz Bowl Championship held in Grand Rapids, MI, on November 9th.
Emily Wright, M.S. '17 Announced as Winner of the 2018 AASP Masters Thesis Award
emily-wright-headshot3x2-3.pngEmily Wright, M.S. '17 won the 2018 Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Master’s Thesis Award.
An African Nation in Poverty Provides Important Perspectives on Public Health
Emily Krile is a Miami University sophomore studying kinesiology and family science. She, along with a group of students, recently returned from studying abroad in The Gambia, where they learned how healthcare is delivered in a developing country.
Twelve students receive the 2018 Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award 
The 2018 PSAAA recipients. Top row, left to right, Callie Miller, Kayla Cartwright, Sydnee Roese, Paris Franz, Sara Al-Zubi, Elizabeth Angi-O'Brien.  Bottom row, left to right, Nicole Rusk, Jackie Ziegman, John Tarter, Nathan Rayens. Not pictured, Bob Krueger, Jacob Bruggeman.Twelve seniors have received the Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award (PSAAA) for an outstanding record of academic excellence.
Move More. Live Longer. It Can Really be that Simple.
It’s a behavior that can be so unhealthy, it is now linked to some of the worst chronic diseases. It can lead to heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Even cancer. And if you’re reading this, you are probably doing it right now.