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Financing TB Management in Uganda

“If your health services largely depend on the kindness of other countries, then you know you are a banana republic. If you have to hold a ceremony to receive just 9 GeneExpert machines, which your country cannot afford to buy without a fuss, then you are a banana republic.” Geoffrey Buga in response to a story, “Uganda receives Shs 500m Tuberculosis machines” that was published in the Daily Monitor newspaper.

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A Transport Defence System

I’ve been thinking a bit over the weekend about the attacks in Barcelona. And Charlottesville. And London, Nice, and more places than I can quite keep track of recently. 665 more words

Home Visits Help New Parents Overcome Tough Histories, Raise Healthy Children

EL CENTRO, Calif. — Seated at a kitchen table in a cramped apartment, Rosendo Gil asked the young parents sitting across from him what they should do if their daughter caught a cold. 1,254 more words

The Health Law

Teenaged boy injured after falling from Manoa Falls Hiking Trail

Hawaii News Digest, 21 August 2017, 04:45 hrs, UTC, Post #15452.



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the solar eclipse and your eyes

A solar eclipse is a rare astronomical event. It happens when the Sun, Moon, and Earth line up in the daytime sky: the Moon passes in-front of the Sun to either partially or totally block it and plunge us momentarily into darkness. 366 more words

Public Health

PSAs Two Ways: Zika Virus

Bus shelter ad in Philadelphia

Targeted Facebook ad in Philadelphia

I saw this bus-shelter PSA about the Zika virus recently and thought it was interesting for a couple reasons. 177 more words

Public Health