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Berkeley Wellness: The article offers seven tips on how to protect oneself from getting sick on the plane.  Read article on Berkeley Wellness. 
CORDIS: According to a new study, China’s plans to curb health-damaging emissions from power plants and vehicles may have less impact unless household use of coal and other dirty fuels is also curtailed. The study was partly financed by the EU but more...
Patagon Journal: With some cities in southern Chile registering the highest levels of air pollution they have ever seen, with serious threats to public health such as respiratory diseases and other long term chronic illnesses, the article's author more...
Komo News: According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) a significant percentage of adults are not getting some of the recommended vaccines, such as the Tdap vaccine for tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, which needs to be updated every 10 more...
Cal Alumni Association: Public Health Professor Malcom Potts answers fives questions on over-the-counter oral contraceptives, politics and global health, climate change and population growth.  Read the full article on Cal Alumni Association.
Medical Xpress: Beginning in 2018, nutrition facts labels for packaged foods will list how much added sugar is in a product. University of California food experts highlight six key takeaways from the new federal legislation:  Listing added sugar is more...
Cal Alumni Association: While the Center for Disease Control is banned from conducting research on the impacts of firearm-related violence that would promote gun control, California Legislature recently decided to establish a firearms research more...
NBC News: Two studies published in June show that mosquito saliva lures immune cells to the site of the bite, and tricks them into spreading any viruses, such as Zika virus, throughout the body. One of the studies was conducted by public health more...
Daily Californian: "Each dollar a county spends on public health programs in California has a return on investment of $67 to $88, according to a study conducted by campus public health professor Timothy Brown. The study, which was published Thursday more...
Capital Public Radio: A new study, conducted by public health economist Timothy Brown, shows California county health departments experience a higher return on investment compared to other areas of medical care. County health departments saw a more...

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