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Faculty in Baylor University's Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences are consistently featured in industry-leading publications, and beyond. Check out recent highlights below:
Aug
31
2022
The HPP Podcast: Exploring Partnership Opportunities to Understand and Support Health Promotion Practices in Public Libraries
In this episode of the Health Promotion Practice Journal Podcast, Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer, Associate Dean for Research and Professor (Public Health), joins fellow researchers in discussing how libraries are an underutilized resource for supporting public health in communities.
Aug
9
2022
The Washington Post: Here’s what muscle memory really means, and how to use it
Cory Dungan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology (Health, Human Performance and Recreation) contributes to this article on muscle memory in The Washington Post.
Aug
9
2022
WalletHub: Young Adult Credit-Card Section
Nicole M. McAninch, PhD, MSW, CFLE, Clinical Associate Professor in Child and Family Studies (Human Sciences and Design), shares about young adults and credit cards with WalletHub.
Aug
2
2022
AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology: Daylight Saving Time and Cardiovascular Risk
Jason R. Carter, PhD, Dean of the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences, shares about "Daylight Saving Time and Cardiovascular Risk" on the American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcast.
Jul
21
2022
Psychology Today: Children’s Need for Movement
Maria Boccia, PhD, DMin, LMFT, Professor of Child and Family Studies (Human Sciences and Design), writes about "Children's Need for Movement" in Psychology Today.
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