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Researcher Gets Nearly $3 Million To Study Mechanisms That Cause Obesity
Published August 7, 2018 in News Hub
Georgia State University has received two four-year grants totaling almost $3 million from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to research the epigenetic mechanisms that may fuel obesity.
Study: Academic Probation, Public Praise Both Improve Performance
Published August 7, 2018 in News Hub
College students who receive dean’s list recognition and those put on academic probation both improve their academic performance in subsequent semesters, according to a working paper by Georgia State University economist Nicholas Wright.
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Smokers Who Don’t Plan To Quit Don’t Accept Health Dangers
Published August 3, 2018 in News Hub
Smokers who never plan to quit are less likely than other smokers to agree that cigarettes cause lung cancer, heart disease and other serious health problems, according to a study by a group of tobacco researchers at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.

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scale, childhood obesity
Researcher Gets Nearly $3 Million To Study Mechanisms That Cause Obesity
Published August 7, 2018 in News Hub
Georgia State University has received two four-year grants totaling almost $3 million from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to research the epigenetic mechanisms that may fuel obesity.
Study: Academic Probation, Public Praise Both Improve Performance
Published August 7, 2018 in News Hub
College students who receive dean’s list recognition and those put on academic probation both improve their academic performance in subsequent semesters, according to a working paper by Georgia State University economist Nicholas Wright.
An old man with white hair and wrinkled hands looks glum while smoking a cigarette
Smokers Who Don’t Plan To Quit Don’t Accept Health Dangers
Published August 3, 2018 in News Hub
Smokers who never plan to quit are less likely than other smokers to agree that cigarettes cause lung cancer, heart disease and other serious health problems, according to a study by a group of tobacco researchers at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.

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