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Do Face Masks Really Reduce Coronavirus Spread? Experts Have Mixed Answers

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Publish DateJune 04, 2020

"Putting a face mask on does not mean that you stop the other practices," said May Chu, a clinical professor in epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health on the Anschutz Medical Campus who was not involved in either new study.

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Do Face Masks Really Reduce Coronavirus Spread? Experts Have Mixed Answers

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Publish DateApril 14, 2020

"Putting a face mask on does not mean that you stop the other practices," said May Chu, a clinical professor in epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health on the Anschutz Medical Campus who was not involved in either new study. "It does not mean you get closer to people, it does not mean you don't have to wash your hands as often and you can touch your face. All of that still is in place, this is just an add-on."

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Sleeping in on weekends causes weight gain risks, research shows

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Publish DateMarch 03, 2019

Our findings suggest that the common behavior of burning the candle during the week and trying to make up for it on the weekend is not an effective health strategy,” said senior author Kenneth Wright, an integrative physiology professor and director of the Sleep and Chronobiology Lab at the University of Colorado (CU). Wright and his colleagues monitored the food intake, light exposure and sleep of 36 healthy adults between the ages of 18 and 39 years old for two weeks at the Clinical Translational Research Center at CU’s Anschutz Medical Campus.

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More parents smoking pot around kids, study finds

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Publish DateMay 15, 2018

Even so, the findings underscore how legalization of cannabis in many U.S. states may reflect and reinforce more permissive attitudes about marijuana use, said Ashley Brooks-Russell, author of an accompanying editorial and a researcher at the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. "Cannabis legalization has increased the accessibility of cannabis for adults and removed many penalties for use," Brooks-Russell said by email. "It is possible these laws also convey a sense the product is safe, or at least safer than it once was perceived."

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