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The Future of Globalization in a Fracturing World

Perry World House’s 2022 Global Order Colloquium hosted experts from government, the media, and across the University to tackle the topic of the state of globalization.

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Public Knowledge of Monkeypox Increases But Over 1 in 4 Unlikely to Get Vaccinated if Exposed

The public’s knowledge about monkeypox has increased rapidly in recent weeks though misconceptions and uncertainty persist.

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What Makes Us Share Posts on Social Media?

A new study reveals that we share the social media posts that we think are the most relevant to ourselves or to our friends and family.

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Which Teens Are More Likely to Vape? Research Shows Surprising Patterns Across Race and Sexuality Groups

A new study aims to examine differences in current e-cigarette use prevalence among US youth at the intersections of sexual orientation with race and ethnicity.

Doctoral Students Take Part in Community-Engaged Research Mentorship Program

This summer, doctoral students Danielle Clark and Darin Johnson gained hands-on research experience working in the Philadelphia community.

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Health Communication Scholar Andy Tan Receives Tenure and Looks Ahead

In reaching this milestone, Andy Tan, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., M.B.B.S., takes stock of his years at Annenberg and discusses his ongoing work.

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Despite Awareness of COVID-19 Risks, Many Americans Say They’re Back to ‘Normal’

Many Americans know the potential health risks from infection with COVID-19, but growing numbers say they have returned to living their “normal” pre-pandemic lives.

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The Importance of Protecting Privacy in a Post-Roe World

Professor Jessa Lingel says privacy watchdogs are warning Americans who seek abortions that authorities may use their digital data against them.

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"Trusted Messengers" Distill Science, Debunk Myths about COVID-19 Vaccine

VaxUpPhillyFamilies engages Philadelphia parents and caregivers as vaccine ambassadors to identify concerns and provide support related to COVID-19 vaccines, increase vaccine uptake, and address social support needs.

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Survey: 1 in 5 Americans Fear Getting Monkeypox but Many Know Little About It

As Covid-19 cases surge across the United States dominated by a highly transmissible subvariant and worry about Covid persists, some in the public have begun to voice concern about the new health threat of monkeypox, according to a new Annenberg Public Policy Center national survey.