Cheers! Take a shot with Public Health

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On Friday, October 25, the USF College of Public Health hosts their Annual Free Flu Shot Drive. Click here to view the flyer. This is the 17th year of the college’s flu shot drive for adults 18 and older.  The longstanding community service is a collaboration between the college, USF Health, and the Hillsborough County Health Department, which provides […]

Walkin’ Lawton returns to The Chiles Center

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The Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babies is pleased to host the Tampa leg of the Florida Historical Society Press’ book tour for Walkin’ Lawton – the first authorized biography about former U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, and Florida Governor Lawton Chiles. Join author John Dos Passos Coggin on Tuesday, May 21 […]

Red light cameras increase crashes and costs, USF report finds

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– Researchers recommend engineering solutions to improve intersection safety – Tampa, FL (March 11, 2008) — Rather than improving motorist safety, red-light cameras significantly increase crashes and are a ticket to higher auto insurance premiums, researchers at the University of South Florida College of Public Health conclude. The effective remedy to red-light running uses engineering […]

Did you know…Chiles Center fun facts

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* Dr. Charles Mahan, currently a Profesor & Dean Emeritus of the USF College of Public Health and the Chiles Center, helped organize public hearings around the country regarding infant mortality. The public hearings were held by then Senator Lawton Chiles. When Chiles became a Florida Governor, Dr. Mahan served as Director of the Florida […]

Favorite Greg Alexander Recipes

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SAVORY BUTTER BEANS by Greg Alexander We made this recipe using dry butter beans (lima beans). Broad beans work well too. These beans are tasty either way, but according to the Doctor of Butterbeans, fresh ones have great color. Wields: J food-sized bowl of beans) 4 cups Fresh butter beans, washed 2 tbsp Butter 1/2 […]

Attend “Public Health Day” at the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) 67th Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida on March 28-31 at a special negotiated rate.

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Public Health Day Registration Public Health Day Sessions The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) will convene the 67th Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida on March 28-31 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.  The theme of the meeting is “Global Insecurities and Global Solutions for the 21st Century.”   The College of Public Health has partnered with […]