Jenesse Miller is a media relations specialist with USC University Communications. She previously worked in communications for health and environment organizations, and earned a Master’s in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley.
Stories by Jenesse Miller:
Fasting-mimicking diet holds promise for people with digestive problem
USC study indicates periodic low-calorie diet could help patients with inflammatory bowel disease: A clinical trial shows reduction of inflammation.
U.S. drug overdose death rates the highest among wealthy nations, USC study finds
The nation’s death rate is double that of the Nordic countries, which have the next highest rates, and more than 27 times higher than in Italy and Japan.
Valentine’s Day in the digital age: Yes, just about everything has changed
USC experts agree: Online dating and shopping have many of us wondering if a day dedicated to romantic love might be passé.
Forget the gym — and other tips to making New Year’s resolutions stick
Fewer than 1 in 10 people achieve success, but these pointers will give you a fighting chance.
Think you’re getting less sleep? You’re not alone
A new study finds more Americans are getting less sleep. Find out what you can do about it.
Culturally tailored text messages improve Alzheimer’s education among African-Americans
The work is critical: Older African-Americans are far more likely to have the disease or other dementias than their white counterparts; they’re also diagnosed later, after the disease has progressed.
Youngest voters more discouraged by today’s political climate than other voters, poll finds
The big questions: How will that disappointment affect how they vote Nov. 6 — and will they bother to vote at all?