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E-magazine highlights research by UNG students and faculty

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Caroline Brown took part in multiple research projects while at UNG and is now in graduate school at Yale University.

Does cigarette smoke lead to bladder cancer? Are physical therapy ball pits a danger to a child's health? Are mealworms on track to be the hot new trend in dietary protein sources? Is there a better way to protect your data privacy on social media?

UNG students and faculty explore these and many other questions as they work together to contribute to the body of research in their disciplines and reveal new findings that will help improve lives and make an impact in our local communities and beyond.

Read their stories in the Research Edition of #UNGIMPACT, an e-magazine focused on giving readers an in-depth look at select topics.

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