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Dr. Vasan Ramachandran, PI of The RURAL Study, discusses at this TEDxBeaconStreetSalon event health inequities in rural areas
Page 6 in the March issue of Mississippi RURAL Health Association's Crossroads discusses UMMC's local engagements that researchers engaged in so far.
In an effort to understand why people born in rural communities in the South live shorter and less healthy lives than their counterparts elsewhere in the same counties as well as across the country, researchers from the University of Mississippi Medical Center and partner institutions announced May 22 the launch... More
Dr. O'Connor, PI of RURAL's Pulmonary Core, has been named one of the top doctors in his field in the Boston area.
Dr. Brody, of RURAL's Social Determinants of Health Core, led the seminar that brought together researchers, medical practitioners, and others to explore topics in rural health and to share research ideas for how innovations in clinical and translational science could improve rural health outcomes.
On Thursday, Nov. 21, the The National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) celebrated National Rural Health Day (NRHD). This day recognizes the spirit of rural communities, while raising awareness around the unique health-related challenges that rural Americans face. Given the statistics around the rural health disparities, The RURAL... More
By: "The Brink", which delivers the latest news from Boston University research.
According to a 2017 Centers for Disease Control publication, rural areas of the South have the highest rates of potentially excess deaths related to heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease and stroke.
The University of Louisville is part of a new study that could illuminate the reasons why there are high rates of certain health conditions in parts of rural America, such as eastern Kentucky.
Why people in rural communities in the South live shorter and less healthy lives than those who reside elsewhere in the United States is the focus of a new national study that will be based at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.