There’s an App for That: A Look at the Science Behind Health Apps

Did you know that in 2019, 2.71 billion people owned smartphones? ((https://leftronic.com/smartphone-usage-statistics/)) That almost outnumbered the amount of Americans who own personal computers! ((Kratzke, C., & Cox, C. (2012). Smartphone technology and apps: Rapidly changing health promotion. Global Journal of Health Education and Promotion, 15(1) Retrieved from http://ulib.iupui.edu/cgi-bin/proxy.pl?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1730212527?accountid=7398)) As Jimmy…

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There’s an App for That: A Look at the Science Behind Health Apps
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Hurricane Dorian: Miamians Reflect on Public Health Response, Climate Change

Miami is no stranger to hurricanes, and admittedly, we’re often more likely to glance at radar images of an approaching storm, only to shrug and minimize its potential, joking about stocking up on alcohol. But we all know deep down that hurricane destruction is nothing we would wish on anyone.

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Hurricane Dorian: Miamians Reflect on Public Health Response, Climate Change
Hurricane Dorian reaching the Bahamas on its track to Florida, USA - September 1st, 2019 14.11 UTC. Image processed by Pierre Markuse, distributed on Flickr.

Influence of Sexuality Discourse on Federal Sex Education Policy

Introduction to Sex Discourse in the United States In the United States (US), 95% of the population has sex before marriage. ((Donovan, M. K. (2017). The Looming Threat to Sex Education: A Resurgence of Federal Funding for Abstinence-Only Programs? Guttmacher Policy Review, 20. Retrieved from https://www.guttmacher.org/gpr/2017/03/looming-threat-sex-education-resurgence-federal-funding-abstinence-only-programs)) On average, young people…

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Influence of Sexuality Discourse on Federal Sex Education Policy
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