CHSS in the News 2019

A selection of recent stories in the media featuring members of the College community

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2019

January

An SF State kinesiology study about the positive effects of fitness on the digestive tract was referenced in an advice column about healthy habits. Harrisburg Register (1/23/19); Benton News (1/23/19) 

Professor of Health Education Erik Peper’s study showing the importance of good posture was referenced in a story about ways to get your energy back. Now To Love (1/19/19) ; First For Women (1/18/19); MSN News (1/18/19) 

A study by SF State’s Family Acceptance Project was referenced in an article about homelessness in the LGBTQ community. MDedge (1/18/19) 

Chair and Professor of Kinesiology Marialice Kern discussed the effectiveness of virtual reality games as a means for exercise. CNN (1/17/19); Fox10 (1/17/19); WFSB (1/17/19); The Philadelphia Tribune (1/17/19)  (This story was published in numerous media outlets.)

Professor Emeritus Brian de Vries commented on how LGBT individuals are dealing with end-of-life issues. Next Avenue (1/17/19) 

Professor of Kinesiology Susan Zieff’s research was referenced in a story about ways communities can promote outdoor activity. Golden Transcript (1/16/19) 

A study by Caitlin Ryan, the director of SF State’s Family Acceptance Project, was referenced in an article about conversion therapy. Advocate (1/16/19) 

Assistant Professor of Health Education Jennifer Daubenmier commented on how mindful eating can help people avoid overeating. Yahoo! Finance (1/16/19) 

A Family Acceptance Project study about the rejection LGBTQ youth face from their caregivers was referenced in a story about an app in the Google Play store that promotes gay conversion therapy. Newsweek (1/15/19) 

A study from SF State’s Family Acceptance Project was referenced in a story about a Utah bill outlawing LGTBQ conversion therapy for minors. KUER (1/15/19) 

Professor of Kinesiology Susan Zieff commented on ways to promote outdoor activity in a story about the best cities for active lifestyles. Digital Journal (1/13/19) 

Professor of Kinesiology Matthew Lee discussed the benefits of a hard workout. Runner’s World (1/7/19) 

Professor of Health Education Erik Peper and Associate Professor of Health Education Richard Harvey published a study showing the importance of good posture while using a computer. Pain News Network (1/5/19); Market Business News (1/6/19); Bustle (1/7/19); Consumer Affairs (1/7/19); IFLScience (1/4/19); CBS Boston (1/7/19); Fox 5 (1/7/19) (clip not available online); WTAX-AM (1/7/19); Top Sante (1/8/19); KVUE-TV 1/11/2019 (clip not available online); Study Finds (1/10/19); All 4 Women (1/10/19); The Pioneer (1/13/19); Oakland Post (1/12/19); Spirituality & Health (1/16/19); The Star (1/24/19); Star 2 (1/26/19) (This story was covered by numerous other media outlets.)