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CNN: Joel M. Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health, was involved in creating the new Right to Know law that goes into effect in the city of Berkeley, more...
The Los Angeles Times: In an opinion piece, Professor James C. Robinson and Covered California executive director Peter V. Lee state that the Affordable Care Act is working as it is implemented in California, in part because California law gave more...
Latino USA: In Salinas, California, home to a booming agricultural industry and a stark economic contrast between the south and east sides of town, a group of teenagers became involved in a Berkeley research study involving chemicals in cosmetics. more...
Marinij.com: No human infections have been reported in California this year, but as the West Nile season begins, summer temperatures rise and the four-year-old drought drags on, the virus has now been detected in birds in 31 California counties — more...
Interlochen Public Radio: Especially in the early years of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, soldiers burned their waste in big, open-air pits - everything from tires, batteries, and plastic to human and medical waste. A report for the Institute of more...
Health Affairs Blog: California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) has long been recognized as a leader in value-based purchasing with many purchasing strategies focusing on health insurers and health care providers. CalPERS has more more...
Nature World News: This article addresses the recent findings on dengue fever. "Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School; University of California, Berkeley; and University of Texas School more...
NPR: Monnica Williams, director of the Center for Mental Health Disparities at the University of Louisville, Carl Bell, a psychiatrist and former CEO of the Community Mental Health Council in Chicago, and Amani Nuru-Jeter, public health professor more...
LiveScience: John Swartzberg, professor emeritus at the School of Public Health, explains how periods of wakefulness in the middle of the night are not necessarily related to insomnia but can be a result of the normal human sleep rhythm, also called more...
Demos: The author of this article criticizes Derek Thompson's pessimistic view in his piece in the Atlantic in which he discusses the possibility of robot-fueled declines in employment. Thompson says that most unemployed people do not only face loss more...

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