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Joel A. Halverson

Vice President - Data Analytics

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Director for the Office of Social Environment and Health Research

West Virginia University Health Sciences Center


Assistant Professor - School of Pharmacy

West Virginia University


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healthjournalism.org

Joel Halverson, assistant professor, School of Pharmacy and Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, West Virginia University analyze the nation by county for food insecurity, food availability and health outcomes.


www.statesville.com

The $45,000 study was conducted by Joel Halverson, director of the Office for Social Environment and Health Research at West Virginia University.It builds on a 2004 report that showed Appalachia _ a 13-state region stretching from southern New York to northeast Mississippi _ had some of the nation's highest death rates for heart disease, cancers and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.The new report, completed this month, confirms a statistical correlation between poor socio-economic conditions and early mortality, or deaths among those under 65.But Halverson says it's the anomalies that are most intriguing.Even within Appalachia, there are differences: People live longer in the northern reaches of the region than in the southern."Part of it's health care access.Part of it's behavior.Part of it's culture.Part of it's diet," Halverson says."There's a whole range of issues that vary from place to place."To really understand the disparities, he says, researchers would need to conduct case studies, visiting certain areas and assessing their conditions in great detail.


www.timeswv.com

"There could be a lot of reasons for that," said Joel Halverson, professor of community medicine at West Virginia University.


www.news-star.com [cached]

In West Virginia, Joel Halverson of the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center is trying to unravel the mystery of why some areas have a higher rate of obesity than others.But so far he has no answers.


www.phillyburbs.com [cached]

In West Virginia, Joel Halverson of the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center is trying to unravel the mystery of why some areas have a higher rate of obesity than others.But so far he has no answers.


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