Members in the News
The following Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) members and their research were recently featured in news articles or videos. To have your news spot featured in the next issue of Outlook, please email email@example.com.
Danielle Arigo, PhD
Dr. Arigo's collaborative work on risk for binge eating in college was featured by Yahoo News and Allure magazine on November 16, 2015, and she was interviewed by RadioMD about her recent digital health program to promote physical activity among women.
Linda E. Carlson, BSc, PhD
Dr. Carlson appeared on the October 12, 2015, episode of the WHYY podcast, Radio Times, to talk about the science and practice of meditation, and was featured in a September 19 Greatist article about how to cope with noise in the workplace.
Eric S. Kim, PhD
Dr. Kim's work about how volunteering is associated with increased use of preventive health care screenings and fewer hospitalizations was featured in December and January by several media outlets, including The Atlantic, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post.
Karl E. Minges, MPH
Mr. Minges' work about the impact of school-based standing desk interventions on sedentary behavior and physical activity, health-related outcomes, and academic and behavioral outcomes in school-aged children published in Pediatrics was featured in January by media outlets including Reuters and HealthDay.