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1 Montana Opens Independent Public Health Institute | Montana News | US News
2 Hill County Health Board Discusses Numerous Issues at Quarterly Meeting – Hi-Line Today
3 Gallatin City-County Health Officer Matt Kelley to step down
4 This is the Worst County to Live in Montana
5 The Challenge Of Public Health Messaging Amid An Ever-Changing Virus
6 Montana State, Little Big Horn College receive funding for programming geared toward Native American student success
7 Agenda
8 New Health Institute Focuses On Research, Health Care Funding
9 Covid Renews Interest in Radon Health Mines
10 Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is doubling every dollar invested in it, study finds
11 The Life Sciences Power 50
12 This is the Worst County to Live in Idaho
13 The National Institutes of Health awards MSUB professors grant for science program
14 Opinion: Montana Republicans should not tolerate autocratic behavior and nonsense
15 As COVID-19 renews interest in radiation, doctors caution against radon-filled mines
16 The National Eviction Freeze Is Expiring. What Happens Next?
17 Federal spending supercharges Montana's biennial budget
18 COVID-19 renews interest in radiation, but doctors caution against pilgrimages to radon-filled mines
19 The Worst County To Live In Every State
20 A Summer of Healing and Helping
21 'We're not crying wolf here': CDC releases data, defends new mask guidance
22 MSU virtual conference for science teachers set for Aug. 9-11
23 COVID Concerns Rise As Smoke Drives People Indoors
24 How Montana Is Revolutionizing Healthcare—With Markets
25 NIH Director: Masks unnecessary for small groups of all vaccinated people
26 Biden's push to vaccinate federal workers forces uncomfortable questions
27 Guest view: Montana Republicans should stop supporting autocracy and nonsense
28 Abortion, Race, Gender: State Republicans Wage Culture Wars
29 Native Americans have the highest COVID vaccination rate in the US | NOVA
30 Worker Exodus Could Leave Lasting Impacts On Public Health Services
31 Pandemic eviction crisis leads to greater tenant protections
32 New CDC mask guidance 'exactly the wrong message to send,' expert says
33 CDC Advising Those Vaccinated and Unvaccinated To Wear Masks in Indoor Public Spaces
34 The Trumpies: Where Are They Now?
35 UM creates new L.S. Skaggs Institute for Health Innovation
36 County, city commissioners to decide on new public health officer next week
37 Study Provides New Insights Into Impacts of Wildland Fires on Ozone Monitoring Equipment in Kansas | US EPA
38 In Denver or online, connect with NIA at AAIC 2021
39 Should we even be COVID testing people who are asymptomatic?
40 Gallatin City-County Health Board recommends new public health officer
41 New report outlines how climate change impacts health in Montana
42 City-County Health Board to consider 4 finalists for Missoula health officer
43 Public Health Effects of Legalizing Marijuana | MSU Event
44 Gallatin City-County Board of Health to revisit local COVID-19 emergency rules
45 A prominent voice during the pandemic, Gallatin City-County Health Officer Matt Kelley leaves role
46 Gallatin County Health Officer Kelley Announces Departure
47 Search continues for next Gallatin Co. health officer
48 MSU STES Center hosts April 6 interactive discussion about vaccine hesitancy
49 Mexico Drastically Eases Enforcement in Vaquita 'Zero Tolerance' Area
50 Here’s what Utah’s doing to address ‘tsunami’ of mental health needs
51 Duane Lee Marshall, 78
52 Another bill to limit public health boards advances in House
53 Genetic Testing Can Help Identify Best Mental Health Meds
54 Can Montana boost its vaccination rate?
55 Israeli COVID-19 vaccine response leaders to speak April 6 at MSU
56 CAIRHE awarded $1.8 million grant for COVID-19 testing study
57 Legislature sends governor bill cutting ability to enforce public health measures
58 Research and Education Centers
59 San Diego Community News Group
60 Logan Health: Kalispell Regional begins brand transformation
61 Gallatin City-County Health Officer top three finalists
62 A 'space race' level attack on future public health crises will involve Pittsburgh
63 NIH grant supports Neufeldt's fundamental research into chemical reactions
64 OLLI at MSU to host April 29 online presentation on patient autonomy, reliance on medical experts
65 Governor announces new crisis counseling hotline
66 Mask mandate to remain in effect in Missoula County
67 History | Colorado School of Public Health
68 The Latest: Governor bans vaccine passports for Montana
69 Curry County begins transfer of public health services to the state next week
70 County, city commissioners appoint public health officer
71 'We are struggling'
72 Public health officials schedule vaccination clinic at Mt. Shasta Armory
73 COVID-19 cases decline in Gallatin County, vaccinations continue
74 Blackfeet Nation Is Taking Back the Food System
75 MSU researchers receive $294,000 grant to research bile acids
76 Appointments
77 Next steps for wastewater testing, a valuable tool for public health
78 Survey conducted during COVID-19 pandemic shows food security has decreased among Montanans
79 Experimental antiviral for COVID-19 effective in hamster study
80 How to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine in Montana
81 A Year Into Covid, States Debate Public Health Shutdown Powers
82 Montana looks at Kentucky's past to understand the future of governor's health nominee Adam Meier
83 A Kansas Twist—Following the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout in Kansas (May 27, 2021) – Kansas Health Institute
84 Montana State research expenditures hit record high
85 Why is repositioning public health innovation towards a social paradigm necessary? A reflection on the field of public health through the examples of Ebola and Covid-19
86 MSU's McWethy to discuss Montana's changing wildfire patterns at Café Scientifique on April 7
87 How Native Americans launched successful coronavirus vaccination drives: ‘A story of resilience’
88 Public Options Will Improve Health Equity Across the Country
89 Montana to expand vaccine eligibility to everyone over 16 on April 1
90 For-Profit Medical School Proposed In Montana Sparks Concerns : Shots
91 To require, or not to require
92 Montana State University Billings to open Institute for Neurodiversity
93 The COVID lab-leak hypothesis: what scientists do and don't know
94 Why many countries failed at COVID contact-tracing — but some got it right
95 Bloom named to Montana BioScience Alliance Hall of Fame
96 NIH scientists find that Salmonella use intestinal epithelial cells to colonize the gut
97 Research shows why Montana childhood vaccination rates are lower than they should be
98 The intersection of genomics and big data with public health: Opportunities for precision public health
99 COVID-19 variant found in Missoula Co., case numbers, hospitalizations raising concern
100 ‘Put through the wringer’