• But public health officials have also had to consider the risks if the public overreacts to a pandemic declaration.

    VOA: special.2009.06.10

  • There are very important public health victories that have occurred along the way with supplementation of these sort of things.


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  • And so I live with a, with a friend who's actually in another graduate school who's doing public health.


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  • The head of the Lemuelson-MIT Award program says Doctor Selanikio's work has saved lives and strengthened the global public health system.

    VOA: special.2010.05.03

  • It's important for the public health to change the partitioning of fat so you move from bad to the better fats in the diets.


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  • The technology is helping public health services collect information to follow the spread of diseases and to better organize their work.

    VOA: special.2010.05.03

  • It's true that there are negative effects to the public finance of the Czech government because there are increased health care costs for people who develop smoking-related diseases.


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  • In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday declared carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases a threat to public health.

    VOA: special.2009.12.12

  • Relative risk of death is an interesting concept from public health.


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  • One of the researchers was Megan Moreno of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

    VOA: special.2009.02.03

  • We'll loop back as we go through the class to questions about what's gone so horribly wrong, and more important, from a public health point of view, what can be done about it?


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  • They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt.

    VOA: special.2010.03.03

  • That creates all sorts of social consequences that we'll talk about sustainability, with shipping water long distances, all the plastic involved, people's distrust of public water systems that's unfounded, and things like that are very interesting and have big public health consequences.


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  • Kim Bertrand at the Harvard School of Public Health is an epidemiologist -- someone who studies the spread and control of diseases.

    VOA: special.2011.04.28

  • It was the first time a country had taken action on that, so these are very positive public health changes.


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  • To others,they are enemies of the public health in a time of what the World Health Organization calls a "global obesity epidemic."

    VOA: special.2010.04.12

  • This is done by researchers at The Harvard School of Public Health.


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  • Doctor Supachai Rerks-Ngarm, who led the study for the Thai Ministry of Public Health,called it a scientific breakthrough.

    VOA: special.2009.09.30

  • Those of you in public health and there are some grad students here have probably heard this discussion before, but you guys aside, can anybody guess what might be explaining this relationship over in the left hand side?


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  • Republicans say the idea for a new public health plan to cover millions of the uninsured would hurt the private health care market.

    VOA: special.2009.05.15

  • But other people, in fact probably a larger percentage, default to the top option here: that these are personal health issues rather then public health issues; that people are making choices about what they eat, if they make bad choices it's their fault.


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  • Elizabeth Klein,an assistant professor at the College of Public Health at Ohio State University,was the lead author.

    VOA: special.2009.05.27

  • Some of this can be done if consumers make different choices in what they eat, but some can be silent changes too, so Frito-Lay taking the Trans fats out of their products and switching them with a healthier fat is a silent change that could have a positive impact on public health.


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  • Lynn Goldman is an environmental health scientist at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health in Maryland.

    VOA: special.2010.05.26

  • Now Susan Mayne, who is a Professor here in the School of Public Health, has done some very interesting work with an electronic device that can be passed over the palm of your hand and measures pigmentation in the hand as a way to assess vegetable intake in people.


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  • But public health officials point out that flu viruses can return more aggressively after a few months.

    VOA: special.2009.05.06

  • First of all, what you choose to eat, and what the world chooses to eat, which has enormous impact on the public's health, and even on world politics.


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  • Public health officials are now advised to include the rotavirus vaccine in all national immunization programs.

    VOA: special.2009.11.17

  • We'll talk about whether food can promote health; of course it can if done right, and we'll talk about the specific properties of food that promote good health and what can be done to increase the opportunity of food to improve the public's health in a national and international way.


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  • The United States declared a public health emergency to permit the use of federal money and the use of flu medicines in federal storage.

    VOA: special.2009.04.29

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