Kinesiology graduate students work toward healthier futures for pregnant women and newborns
- Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
This summer graduate students Brenna Menke and Samantha Henry have begun their second year of studies in the Kinesiology program by researching newborn babies and toddlers. As graduate assistants for Dr. Rachel Tinius, Menke and Henry have been able to participate in a research study designed to measure the effects of exercise during pregnancy on the health of newborn babies. They hope their research will help to set a new standard for physical activity guidelines for pregnant women and young children.
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