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“We’ve been testing this program with local moms over the past six months and we are now ready for moms to enroll,” said Dr. Katie Baker, assistant professor in the ETSU College of Public Health. “The moms who have been a part of this program so far have really enjoyed it, calling it a ‘one-stop shop’ for information on teen health. They found it especially beneficial in helping them start conversations with their daughters about these topics. And for us, that’s the bottom line, to improve mother-daughter communication so that we may also improve health.”

“We’ve been testing this program with local moms over the past six months and we are now ready for moms to enroll,” said Dr. Katie Baker, assistant professor in the ETSU College of Public Health. “The moms who have been a part of this program so far have really enjoyed it, calling it a ‘one-stop shop’ for information on teen health. They found it especially beneficial in helping them start conversations with their daughters about these topics. And for us, that’s the bottom line, to improve mother-daughter communication so that we may also improve health.”