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Huffington Post: In a blog post, Dr. Coco Auerswald, associate professor in the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, proposes an agenda to address the needs of homeless minors living without their parents/guardians and homeless young adults. more...
Marketplace: A new report on child homelessness in America finds that 2.5 million children experience homelessness annually. The numbers represent a historic high and the root causes are primarily economic. Dr. Coco Auerswald, a pediatrician and more...
USICH Blog: In prepation for the 2015 Point-in-Time Count of sheltered and non-sheltered homeless persons, Dr. Coco Auerswald, a professor in the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, and coauthors suggest ways to get the best possible count of more...
The Daily Californian: Researchers at UC Berkeley participated in a meeting to discuss the potential of robotics in the fight against Ebola and future epidemics. According to World Health Organization statistics through the end of October, more than more...
CALIFORNIA Magazine: Meeting the needs of aging baby boomers becomes more crucial as the number of professional caregivers continues to decline. Some experts say the solution lies in what they call techno-wayfinding: the idea that people can be—and more...
The Chronicle of Social Change: One in six Californians has experienced severe childhood trauma, which is strongly linked to serious health problems in adulthood, according to a new study released by the Center for Youth Wellness and the Public more...
KTVU Online: Dr. Phuoc Le, a public health professor at UC Berkeley and UCSF, is on his way to Liberia for a month to help teach health workers how to detect Ebola and triage patients. He has prepared for the work through prevention training at the more...
Huffington Post: Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, helps to clarify the issue of whether or not Ebola could be considered an airborne virus. "Coughing and sneezing can produce such more...
Good Magazine: Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, weighs in on the need for a U.S. Surgeon General, currently a vacant political appointment. "There is no question we could use a surgeon more...
The Seattle Times: With a focus of improving health care while keeping costs in control, more providers and insurers are turning to accountable care organizations as a preferred way of providing health coverage. But, though ACOs can look promising, more...

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