Wellness day offers check ups, preventive health care
At last week’s wellness day in Rocky Mount, Willie Green compared preventive health care to looking after his car. "You got to keep everything checked up," he said. "It's like checking the air in your tires." At last week's wellness day in Rocky Mount, Willie Green compared preventive health care to looking after his car. Read more...
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ECU professor, bioethicist quoted in New York Times
ECU bioethicist Janet Malek was quoted in the New York Times article, "Ethics Questions Arise as Genetic Testing of Embryos Increases," regarding emotionally-charged decisions prospective parents face when they discover embryos carry a gene for a disease that will affect the next generation. Malek's research interests include ethical questions surrounding reproduction and new technology. Read the article.
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March madness takes practice for optimal performance
College athletes and fans will soon be caught up in March madness, the frenzy that often accompanies the annual contest for the winning title in the NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament. Competing well within that stressful environment requires practice, training and effort, according to ECU kinesiology professor Dr. Tom Raedeke. Read more...
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UNC decision supports community college transfers
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors approved a plan last month to ease the path for students moving from N.C. community colleges to public universities. Approximately 3,600 of all students attending East Carolina University during the fall semester transferred to ECU from a North Carolina community college. Read more...
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