JHU Students Use Peer-to-Peer Communciation to Spread Health Messages

Kids in PEEPs work with CHEW at JHU to push health info. WTF? Katherine Simeon in the Johns Hopkins News-Letter:

To bring health and sexual wellness information to an accessible level can be a daunting task — especially when reaching out to college students. However, PEEPs (Peer Health and Empowerment for Peers) works to do just that.

PEEPs runs programs to promote health education and information about sexually transmitted diseases, drugs and alcohol, healthy living, contraception and sexual health. They work with the Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW) and help promote Student Health and Wellness.”

Curious? http://www.jhunewsletter.com/news-features/peeps-raises-student-health-awarness-1.2721465

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