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Sir Edwin Chadwick

Recently, this blog has had a lot of posts about health conditions that are unequally distributed among the population, causing increased health problems among people affected by poverty. 818 more words

Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell

A tribute to my recent acceptance to medical school, this month’s Famous Names in Public Health series post centers around women’s achievements in medicine. This notable figure was the first woman to earn a medical doctorate degree in the United States. 549 more words

Dr. Souhel Najjar

Neurology is the study of the nervous system, most notably the brain. While the field has been around as far back as 2000BC, our understanding of the brain is continuing to evolve. 332 more words

Name, Please

Not much weighs less than a name. Still –

Names connote more than letters on a birth certificate. They are the blessings of our parents and the identity for our national placement. 1,101 more words

Sharon Pratt

Final Jeopardy 11-20-2017

November 20, 2017

 

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Famous Names

 

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She declared, “By blood, I am Albanian… as to my calling, I belong to the world” 8 more words

Buckeye Zealot

Dr. Harvey Cushing

This month, for the third edition of “Famous Names in Public Health!” I will focus on the medical side of healthcare by recognizing a figure who contributed significantly to the fields of neurosurgery and epidemiology, Dr.Harvey Cushing. 320 more words

Name, Please

Not much weighs less than a name. Still –

Names connote more than letters on a birth certificate. They are the blessings of our parents and the identity for our national placement. 1,110 more words

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