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The College of Public Health and Health Professions celebrated outstanding students and graduates at the annual convocation ceremony May 5.
Researchers in health services research, management and policy found that people who have a normal BMI, but a high body fat percentage, were more likely to have prediabetes or diabetes than people who have lower body fat, but a BMI that categorizes them as overweight.
Knowing who is at risk for chronic pain could help clinicians tailor treatments to control pain and limit prescription drug use, researchers say.