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Benedictine University’s Online Master of Public Health (MPH) program will benefit from the addition of two new faculty members, Jeanette May, MPH, Ph.D., and Jude-Marie Alexis Smalec, Dr.PH.
LTT GLOBAL Communications expands its MyMobileUniversity global health learning channel to meet its international commitment to provide “health for all” and universal health coverage.
Analyses of hospital readmissions, potentially avoidable emergency room use and geographic distribution of common medical tests and procedures finds widespread variation by counties, age groups and
A diverse partnership designed to improve the health and well-being of residents TORONTO, Jan.
You don’t know what’s in them, and you certainly don’t know where they originated from. But that hasn’t stopped the growth of the synthetic drug trade. The total international drug trade is now the most lucrative illicit business in the world, generating $400 billion annually, according the U.N. world drug report.
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Clinic sponsors experience reduced costs, improved employee health, productivity and engagement CHICAGO, Jan.
Diseases that run rampant in one part of the world are well-contained in other parts and a new study from an international team of researchers has found that latitude and healthcare spending of a location play a large role in the prevalence of bacterial infections.
Strategies to Reduce Climate Change Are Adaptable to Curtail Emerging Pandemic Threats New York, NY (PRWEB) December 15, 2014 EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit
Population Served by a PHAB-Accredited Health Department Now Totals 111 Million Alexandria, Virginia (PRWEB) December 16, 2014 Demonstrating the capacity