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The Story of a Successful Crusade in Cleveland against Flies
Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide: Perspective on the 12 Recommendation of the Institute of MedicineElaborate Safety Measures Have Been Developed By the Health Physics Departments of Atomic Energy Plants to Protect Both the Workers and the General Public from Dangerous Radiations. These Protective Measures, Proved Successful in Small Scale Operations, Will Aid Greatly in Solving the Staggering Radiation Safety Problems of the Large Scale Atomic Energy Plants
Affecting 3 to 8 percent of the population, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) is the most common of all the personality disorders. This week, the Savvy Psychologist explains the eight traits of OCPDThe amount and cost of hospital treatment in a community have more to do with the number of physicians there, their medical specialties and the procedures they prefer than with the health of the residentsA U.S. abortion ruling affects women's health worldwideVitamin A from Shark Livers, Varied Products from Weeds, Form Growing Industries
Fires have spread smoke and haze throughout southeast AsiaWork of Modern Veterinarians Vital to Human Health, People "Catch" Many Serious Animal Disease! Vets Study and Rigidly Control Them
On June 5, 1981, the scientific community received a wake-up call from the CDC in the form of a terrible new illness that the world would soon know as AIDS. Three decades later, remarkable progress has been made but much more remains to be understood and to be done. In this book, HIV and AIDS: A Global Health Pandemic , we chronicle the war against the disease from its discovery by Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier to the most current research on gene editing and potential drug targets.Food Sleuths Stop Flour Spoilage, Olives Given Clean Health Bill, Chlorine Gas Saves Lives, Cautions For Home Canners, Truth in Canned Food Labels, Constant Vigilance NecessaryA growing number of U.S. hospitals now compel health care workers to get vaccinated against the flu and other infectious diseases to protect patients from communicable diseases.
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