Science and religion may seem like uneasy partners at times, but when it comes to promoting healthy lifestyles, one UConn Health researcher has shown they can be an effective combination.
Judith... Read More
This year, CHIP has worked alongside the Psychiatry Department at UConn Health to fund a Seed Grant in Mental Health and Health Behavior Research. This Seed Grant aims to foster collaboration... Read More
In the war on obesity, the medical profession is needed on the front lines. Yet there is mounting concern that some practitioners harbor a negative weight bias.
Research has found that... Read More
In recent years, significant research has been begun aimed at reducing hospital readmissions. New research is being focused at changing doctor and patient behavior to improve outcomes... Read More
Obesity prevention efforts increasingly are targeting young children, but few researchers are bringing interventions to childcare settings.
Professor Kim Gans, who joined UConn’s... Read More
American food and beverage manufacturers are turning to digital media and mobile devices to encourage children to like their products, opening up a new front in the nation’s war on... Read More
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