Lisa Renzi-Hammond, an assistant professor of health promotion and behavior in the College of Public Health, has been selected to join the first group of faculty developing entrepreneurial projects with
Health Promotion is a behavioral social science that draws from the biological, environmental, psychological, physical and medical sciences to positively influence the health behavior of individuals and communities, as well as the living and working conditions, that influence their health.
Since its implementation in 2010, the Affordable Care Act has provided new pathways for Americans to access the healthcare services they need. Now, new research from the University of Georgia
New research from the University of Georgia College of Public Health is investigating the link between the amount of physical activity we get on the job and our overall health.