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The New York Times: Graduate public health student Isabelle Thibau writes a response to the article "The Government's Bad Diet Advice" (Op-Ed, Feb. 21), saying: "Americans are tired of taking dietary advice on 'nutrients.' We eat food; why not guide more...
Los Angeles Times: Adjunct public health professor David Ragland, director of Berkeley's Safe Transportation Education and Research Center, comments on railroad crossing safety in California, saying: "Separating a grade crossing is a giant leap in more...
ABC Baltimore Online: Public health professor Lee Riley, an epidemiology and infectious diseases specialist, comments on a "superbug" that has now killed three people in the U.S. "Right now we really don't have good effective antibiotics to treat more...
Mother Jones: Public health professor Richard Scheffler and psychology professor Stephen Hinshaw discuss the worldwide explosion of ADHD diagnoses and subsequent treatment with medications. Professor Scheffler points out that the trend is especially more...
Boise State Public Radio: Do employers have any responsibility to check the vaccination status of their staff, even when there's no imminent outbreak? "It depends on what type of employer and what type of job," says Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor more...
KESQ TV (Palm Springs, CA): A story about fears that wireless radiation could cause malignant tumors quotes Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at Berkeley's School of Public Health. He recommends cell phone users more...
PLOS: Assistant public health and medical anthropology professor Seth Holmes co-writes this review of S. Lochlann Jain's book Malignant: How Cancer Becomes US (UC Press). The review concludes: "Malignant is a powerful analysis of cancer that moves more...
WalletHub.com: Associate professor Amani Nuru-Jeter is interviewed about the wealth gap between races in the United States. Read the interview at WalletHub.com
Mother Jones: A story about vaccinations and global warming cites a landmark 2013 report by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, co-authored by public health professor Kirk Smith, an environmental health expert. Professor Smith was a more...
NPR: Dr. Arthur Reingold, public health professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley, discusses the issue of whether employers have the responsibility to check the vaccination status of their employees. "It depends on what type of employer and more...

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