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High Society Impunity

Op-Ed Updates: Where We Stand

Bassem Masri: “Racism is the conduit to white power”

With one in 100 Americans imprisoned, mass incarceration is a high mortality and morbidity contagious disease, that has gone unnoticed by public health and other medical officials.   259 more words

Failure To Listen

Seeing Stars, Medicare Rates Hospitals- A Good Thing?

CMS has just released its overall rating for hospitals using a system that awards 1-5 stars. In the NY area, where I live, there are 78 hospitals listed within 25 miles of NYC, 74 received a rating. 158 more words

Public Health

A Powerful New Antibiotic May Have Been Living in Our Noses This Whole Time

The decades-long lack of innovation in developing new antibiotics and the rise of drug-resistant bacteria has terrified the scientific community. But researchers may have discovered a promising bacteria-fighting compound that’s been hiding right under our noses—or at least… 318 more words

Pubdesk

Cobb & Douglas Public Health Win Model Practice Award!

At the recent NACCHO Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ, Cobb & Douglas Public Health was recognized for their efforts in both producing and sustaining their Food Safety Partnership Panels.   15 more words

Public Health

What to do if you find a bat in your home

Bats play an important role in our ecosystem.
However, they are also associated with diseases deadly to humans.

Bats eat insects, including some that can cause damage to farms and crops. 838 more words

Public Health

Thursday, July 27, 1916

Page 5. (1916, Jul 27). Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971) 8 more words

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