University of Pittsburgh

Television Viewing Linked to Higher Injury Risk in Hostile People

People with hostile personality traits who watch more television than their peers may be at a greater risk for injury, potentially because they are more susceptible to the influence of television on violence and risk-taking behaviors, a University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health analysis discovered.

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ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out

Please join Contemporary Craft for the opening weekend of “ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out”. This program features work by 14 contemporary artists from around the world. ENOUGH Violence investigates the impact violence has on our lives and the role the arts can play in providing solutions.

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Summer Dangers of Drowning

Director Dr. Anthony Fabio interviewed about the summer dangers of drowning. Experts urge adults to be aware of drowning danger.

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Congratulations to Dr. Chung-Yu Chen!

Dr. Chen, student of Dr. Fabio’s, has successfully completed her PhD program. Dr. Chen’s main research has examined the effects of hostility on various outcomes including injury and cardiovascular disease.

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