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By The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
Bringing together academic, clinical and community leaders to improve health through better nutrition and advanced education
By CompassHealth Consulting, Inc.
Evading Ebola, a newly released book by David DeRose, MD,MPH, is already providing new hope in the face of rampant Ebola fears.
By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
Urban environments and the planning processes that shape them are strong determinants of public health. On November 3, join city planners and healthcare experts at the GCRI in New York for a discussion on how to plan healthier cities for the future.
By Fountain House
Hilton Humanitarian Prize winner works to improve the lives of people with mental illness around the world
By UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Darien Weatherspoon has joined the faculty within the Division of Prevention and Public Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry as an Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry.
By Pacific Islands Society
The Pacific Islands Society (PacSoc) is now accepting unsolicited commentary submissions from thought leaders on contemporary social, technological, economic, environmental, political, legal, ethical, and demographic policy issues in the Asia-Pacific...
By New York League of Conservation Voters
NYLCV's ‘Blueprint for a Greener Long Island' is a guide for residents and elected officials
By Texila American University
TAU has launched the second issue of South American Journal of Public Health on July 2014.
By National Network of Public Health Institutes
Gaining Ground is a two-year initiative, managed by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), that will develop sustainable, statewide systems to catalyze public health...
By Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
Social & Scientific Systems Wins Healthcare Data Analytics and Statistical Products Contract SILVER SPRING, MD, and DURHAM, NC,  May 9, 2014—Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
By The Beck Group
The Beck Group is serving as architect-of-record and general contractor for $285.6 million project at The Texas A&M Health Science Center to enhance the nation’s biosecurity preparedness.
By First Choice Homes Oldham
Oldham Council and First Choice Homes Oldham integrate Health and Housing in Oldham
By HDScores, Inc
We tell Consumers "How clean is the Restaurant You are about to Eat In? in an iOS, Android, and Windows 8 Phone for restaurants across the US, CA, and UK.
By Texila Digipedia
Texila American University (TAU) has got store house of contents related to various topics like Public Health, Medicine, Emergency Medicine, etc.
By Kitty Kurth
How big a problem is Adult Asthma? What is the outlook for new treatment? Is Adult Asthma worse this winter?
By NC SAGE Partnership
A new international, field-study, pilot program seeks to globalize North Carolina HBCUs' health offerings for starters
By University of California, San Diego
Wireless technologies have the potential to positively impact public health globally
By Knowledge Foundation
www.knowledgefoundation.com BIODETECTION TECHNOLOGIES 2014 - the 22nd conference in our Detection Technologies conference series - is an internationally recognized meeting for experts in detection & identification of biological threats and...
By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is the specialty society in emergency medicine today.
By Case Consortium @ Columbia
The Case Consortium @ Columbia is happy to introduce our first case on business reporting.

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By NAna
Marne Garretson, age 20, to earn Masters of Public Health Degree from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University in New York, New York, on May 20, 2015.
By HDScores
Don’t Eat at a Dirty Restaurant this year or anytime. The CDC states 1 in 6 Americans will get a food borne illness annually (48 Million people). There is a potential for 131,000 food borne illnesses to occur on a daily basis across the US.
By Wyoming Homeland Security Training Program
On September 30, 2014, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC confirmed the first U.S. case of Ebola, and there continue to be ongoing developments associated with the virus.
By Texila American University
Texila American University offers several Public Health Programs via Distance & Online programs. The programs are reliable with affordable tuition fees unlike other universities.
By The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
Bringing together academic, clinical and community leaders to improve health through better nutrition and advanced education
By CompassHealth Consulting, Inc.
Evading Ebola, a newly released book by David DeRose, MD,MPH, is already providing new hope in the face of rampant Ebola fears.
By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
Urban environments and the planning processes that shape them are strong determinants of public health. On November 3, join city planners and healthcare experts at the GCRI in New York for a discussion on how to plan healthier cities for the future.
By Fountain House
Hilton Humanitarian Prize winner works to improve the lives of people with mental illness around the world
By UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Darien Weatherspoon has joined the faculty within the Division of Prevention and Public Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry as an Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry.
By Zurn Industries, LLC
Focus Includes Potential Health Threat from Residential Backflow Incidents
By Pacific Islands Society
The Pacific Islands Society (PacSoc) is now accepting unsolicited commentary submissions from thought leaders on contemporary social, technological, economic, environmental, political, legal, ethical, and demographic policy issues in the Asia-Pacific...
By New York League of Conservation Voters
NYLCV's ‘Blueprint for a Greener Long Island' is a guide for residents and elected officials
By Texila American University
TAU has launched the second issue of South American Journal of Public Health on July 2014.
By National Network of Public Health Institutes
Gaining Ground is a two-year initiative, managed by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), that will develop sustainable, statewide systems to catalyze public health...
By Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
Social & Scientific Systems Wins Healthcare Data Analytics and Statistical Products Contract SILVER SPRING, MD, and DURHAM, NC,  May 9, 2014—Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
By Fashion Bug Private Limited
In its recent CSR activities, Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka’s leading retail clothing stores with over 17 outlets island-wide, refurbished the maternity ward at the Colombo North Teaching Hospital for the beneficial of its needy patients.
By The Beck Group
The Beck Group is serving as architect-of-record and general contractor for $285.6 million project at The Texas A&M Health Science Center to enhance the nation’s biosecurity preparedness.
By First Choice Homes Oldham
Oldham Council and First Choice Homes Oldham integrate Health and Housing in Oldham
By HDScores, Inc
We tell Consumers "How clean is the Restaurant You are about to Eat In? in an iOS, Android, and Windows 8 Phone for restaurants across the US, CA, and UK.
By Texila Digipedia
Texila American University (TAU) has got store house of contents related to various topics like Public Health, Medicine, Emergency Medicine, etc.
By Kitty Kurth
How big a problem is Adult Asthma? What is the outlook for new treatment? Is Adult Asthma worse this winter?
By NC SAGE Partnership
A new international, field-study, pilot program seeks to globalize North Carolina HBCUs' health offerings for starters
By Kalorama Information
Kalorama Information has published "Molecular Diagnostics Six Month Update," the latest look at this fast-growing IVD test segment.
By University of California, San Diego
Wireless technologies have the potential to positively impact public health globally
By Texila Digipedia
by Kevin Mcdonald Even though there are valuable contents related to Public Health, still Texila Digipedia has started an innovative concept where individuals can present data related to Public Health.
By Knowledge Foundation
www.knowledgefoundation.com BIODETECTION TECHNOLOGIES 2014 - the 22nd conference in our Detection Technologies conference series - is an internationally recognized meeting for experts in detection & identification of biological threats and...
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, (914) 740-2100, vcohn@liebertpub.com Blue Light Phototherapy Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, According to New Studies New Rochelle, NY--Blue light has proven to have powerful bacteria-killing ability in the laboratory.
By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is the specialty society in emergency medicine today.
By Case Consortium @ Columbia
The Case Consortium @ Columbia is happy to introduce our first case on business reporting.
By Dept. of Tourism, Recreation and Sports Management
Dr. J.O. Spengler was a part of an interdisciplinary writing group invited by the American Heart Association in 2012 to write a policy statement aimed at increasing opportunities for physical activity
By Human Intonation
NEW YORK – Premium, unisex apparel brand, Human Intonation, celebrates five years of raising awareness for social and human rights issues with "For the LOVE of LIFE: HUMAN INTONATION”, a fashion presentation and fundraiser to promote HIV/AIDS...
By HealthFore Technologies Limited
HealthFore Technologies Limited, a global healthcare IT solutions and advisory services company has launched a new website, www.healthfore.com.
By PretaWeb Pty Ltd
We live in a global village. In many of the world’s markets we see people from a huge number of different countries contributing to a rich and vibrant cultural life.
By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is proud to announce that the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act (H.R.
By Adelphi University
College of Nursing and Public Health is officially launched.
By RJ Media Public Relations&Communications
Celebrity Friends Support Organization’s Philanthropic Efforts in Haiti
By www.samuellawrencefoundation.org
On Tuesday, June 4th, former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan visits San Diego to speak about his experiences in a seminar entitled, "The Fukushima Daiichi Disaster: Ongoing Lessons for California". He will be joined by former U.S.
By Capita Conferences
A One Day National Conference covering the implemented changes to Public Health.
By The Health Insurance Group
The Health Insurance Group recently signed up to the Department of Health’s Responsibility Deal, ensuring that they provide a healthy working environment for their employees.
By Health Technology Forum
San Francisco Conference Features Live Keynote Address by California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom
By Integress Meetings and Events
Options VIII will provide a global platform for the exchange of scientific ideas related to influenza, which will affect future research, policies, and guidelines for many years.
By mypressmanager
The Illinois State Medical Society has come out against Illinois State Dental Society-proposed legislation that would allow dentists to administer vaccinations as part of their services to the public.
By Kalorama Information
The recent discovery that some of retailer IKEA’s trademark meatballs in its European stores contained equine DNA will focus attention on the need for better controls for the food supply for some highly dangerous threats, according to Kalorama.
By The Health Insurance Group
The Health Insurance Group agrees to the Department of Health's Responsibility Deal, pledging to help improve public health.
By Ecovec
MI Dengue Will Be Recognized at Edison Awards Gala on April 25 in Chicago
By Epoch 5 Public Relations
The highly rated Exploring Critical Issues broadcast series returns with a focus on Public Health --airing in NY and CT on Cablevision 29 and 137 and FiOS 296; streaming at www.telecaretv.org
By PATH OneWorld Health
PATH's Drug Development program has developed a new medication to treat diarrhea. This new drug treats the diarrheal process to shorten its duration.
By Boecker Public Health
Boecker Public Health launches its Social Network sites for the purpose of having an online presence and to be a reference in the Public Health industry.
By University of New England
UNE’s fully online Master of Public Health program welcomes largest class ever for its fall 2012 term.
By Saint Katherine College
The College has established a public health field station at the Université d'Antananarivo, the principal university of Madagascar, located in the capital Antananarivo.


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