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This series contains podcasts realted to CDC’s online journal Preventing Chronic Disease.

This series contains podcasts realted to CDC’s online journal Preventing Chronic Disease.
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United States

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This series contains podcasts realted to CDC’s online journal Preventing Chronic Disease.

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English


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Improving Healthy Eating Through Social Marketing

10/9/2017
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This podcast features Emily Liu, a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania and one of the winners of PCD’s 2017 Student Research Paper Contest. Emily answers questions about her winning research and what impact her study has on obesity prevention and public health.

Duration: 00:05:17


The Use of Compañeros in Childhood Obesity Prevention

10/9/2017
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This podcast features Katie Arlinghaus, a doctoral student at the University of Houston and one of the winners of PCD’s 2017 Student Research Paper Contest. Katie answers questions about her winning research and what impact her study has on childhood obesity prevention and public health, particularly for the Hispanic community.

Duration: 00:05:44


Early Onset Childhood Obesity and Risk of Metabolic Syndrome

10/9/2017
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This podcast features Lorena Pacheco, a doctoral student at the University of California San Diego and one of the winners of PCD’s 2017 Student Research Paper Contest. Lorena answers questions about her winning research, which focuses on the relationship between early onset obesity as a risk factor for increased metabolic syndrome in Chilean children.

Duration: 00:04:56


Detecting Diabetic Blindness in Low-Income Mexican Adults

10/9/2017
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This podcast features Kenny Mendoza-Herrera, a former graduate student at the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico and one of the winners of PCD’s 2017 Student Research Paper Contest. Kenny answers questions about his winning research and what impact his study has on the prevention of diabetic blindness and public health, particularly for Mexican adults.

Duration: 00:06:38


Geographical Overlapping of Obesity, Heart Disease, and Type 2 Diabetes

10/9/2017
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This podcast features Kayla Smurthwaite, an undergraduate student at Australian National University in Canberra, Australia, and one of the winners of PCD’s 2017 Student Research Paper Contest. Kayla answers questions about her winning research and what impact her study has on chronic disease prevention and public health.

Duration: 00:05:43


Food Environment, Diet, and Obesity Among LA County Adults

8/31/2015
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This podcast features Nelly Mejia, winner of the journal’s 2015 Student Research Paper Contest and PhD Candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, California. Nelly discusses her winning paper, which examined the relationship between neighborhood food outlet locations and the diet and body mass index of adults living in Los Angeles County, California.

Duration: 00:05:51


Food Environment, Diet, and Obesity Among LA County Adults

8/31/2015
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This podcast features Nelly Mejia, winner of the journal’s 2015 Student Research Paper Contest and PhD Candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, California. Nelly discusses her winning paper, which examined the relationship between neighborhood food outlet locations and the diet and body mass index of adults living in Los Angeles County, California.

Duration: 00:05:51


Using GIS Maps to Improve Diabetes Prevention in New York

2/26/2014
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This podcast features Rachael Ruberto, MPH, New York State Department of Health research scientist and lead author of PCD’s most recent Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Snapshots article. Rachael provides an overview of her article and how GIS was used for the analysis of diabetes prevention in New York.

Duration: 00:03:16


Nutrition Recommendations for Foods Marketed to Children

9/25/2013
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In this audio podcast, listen to Michigan State University authors Lorraine J. Weatherspoon, PhD, RD, and Elizabeth Taylor Quilliam, PhD, talk about the impact food advertising may have on children’s eating behaviors.

Duration: 00:07:13


Bringing Bike Share to a Low-Income Community

8/14/2013
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This podcast is an interview with Sarah Kretman Stewart, MPH, MEd, Healthy Living Minneapolis Project Specialist at the Minneapolis Health Department. In this program, Sarah talks about the impact a bike share program had on the low-income town of Near North, Minnesota.

Duration: 00:05:26


Communities Putting Prevention to Work: The Healthy Corner Store Initiative

7/18/2013
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This podcast is an interview with Dr. Stephanie Jilcott Pitts, Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health at East Carolina University. Dr. Pitts answers questions about her study involving a healthy corner store initiative in North Carolina.

Duration: 00:04:24


Defining and Measuring Chronic Conditions

5/20/2013
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This podcast is an interview with Dr. Anand Parekh, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, and Dr. Samuel Posner, Preventing Chronic Disease Editor in Chief, about the definition and burden of multiple chronic conditions in the United States.

Duration: 00:05:26


"Promises and Betrayals": A Radio Novella Focused on Chronic Disease Education

8/2/2012
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The occurrence of diabetes and other chronic diseases among the Hispanic community living in the United States continues to increase. In this podcast, the authors of an article published in CDC’s Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) describe how they used a unique entertainment education model to develop a Spanish-language radio novella aimed at reducing the risk factors for chronic diseases among this population.

Duration: 00:06:45


Finding Nutritious Foods in Small Food Stores

7/12/2012
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Nutrition has consistently been a popular topic of discussion among researchers and public health officials. This podcast consists of an interview with a nutrition-minded author and University of California, Berkeley PhD candidate whose 2012 original research article was the winner of PCD’s 2012 Student Paper Contest.

Duration: 00:05:19


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 1

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the first of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and University of North Carolina's Gene Matthews talk about the history of public health partnerships with the for profit sector.

Duration: 00:10:18


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 2

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the second of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and University of North Carolina's Gene Matthews talk about sharing resources and forming relationships that address chronic diseases, as well as urgent health threats, such as terrorism.

Duration: 00:10:12


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 4

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the fourth of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and University of North Carolina's Gene Matthews talk about strategies that should serve as the cornerstone for partnership development.

Duration: 00:10:33


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 6

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the sixth of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and Georgia State University's Michael Eriksen discuss whether the tobacco industry has forfeited its opportunity to participate in traditional public-private partnerships.

Duration: 00:16:13


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 5

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the fifth of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and University of North Carolina's Gene Matthews talk about how the economic downturn will increase the demands on public heath.

Duration: 00:08:56


Public-Private Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention-Part 7

4/6/2009
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This podcast is the last installment of a seven part series discussing public health partnerships with the private sector. In this segment, CDC's Elizabeth Majestic and Georgia State University's Michael Eriksen discuss how some lessons learned in the tobacco control experience might be relevant for the obesity epidemic.

Duration: 00:14:04