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As I write this, a front page story in the New York Times is reporting a population based study that followed smokers who had recently quit.
As he worked on his thesis in public health two years ago, University of Miami master’s degree candidate Hansel Tookes spent hundreds of hours with fellow students prowling Miami-Dade’s most notorious sites for illegal drug use.
With more than 26 million Americans suffering from diabetes and 79 million at risk for developing the comorbidity, working to thwart the disease and its associated costs should take center stage in preventive medicine.
Generic Viagra this spring? Who said healthcare news was always bleak?
Taking no chances, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is laying the groundwork for a possible vaccine against a novel strain of a swine influenza virus that has surfaced in 5 states and sickened 12 individuals, mostly children, s
Results of a recent study suggest that commercial disease-management programs that use nurse-based call centers are associated with modest or no improvements in quality care measures, acute care and expenditures among fee-for-service Medicare benefic
The Chmura and RTI International uranium mining studies convey the same message — Southside could possibly reap economic benefits fromuranium mining, but those benefits could come at the cost of environmental and economic degradation.
According to a report published online in Preventive Medicine, a weight management intervention designed for military members who are inactive and retired, and their families, could improve their health in addition to lowering medical expenditures.
Catalytic biomass pyrolysis: there’s three words you don’t hear every day.
A weight management program for inactive/retired U.S. military members and their families could improve health and cut medical costs, researchers say.