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KALW Public Radio: Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at Berkeley's School of Public Health, joins a discussion of the documentary film Mobilize, which he co-produced. It explores the potential long-term health more...
Alzheimers News Today: A study led by public health and neuroscience professor William Jagust has found that the human brain has the plasticity to compensate for the accumulation of the protein beta-amyloid that causes Alzheimer's disease. The more...
KPFA Radio: Berkeley public health researcher Joel Moskowitz, director of Berkeley's Center for Family and Community Health, discusses a film he co-produced — Mobilize: A Film on Cell Phone Radiation. It premieres this weekend in the Bay Area as more...
San Francisco Chronicle: Researchers from UC Berkeley's School of Public Health and Kaiser Permanente are into their fourth year of a five-year study of faith-based cancer screening outreach methods. The purpose is to find ways to reduce cancer more...
Wall Street Journal: Public health professor Fenyong Liu, a specialist in infectious diseases, says that the spread of West Nile virus in California is being exacerbated by unusually warm temperatures that are conducive to the proliferation of more...
Medicine X panel
Stanford Scope: On Saturday, September 6, four innovators participated in a Stanford Medicine X panel, “Fostering Digital Citizenship in Medical School." Among them was Dr. Amin Azzam, associate program director and head of Contextually Integrated more...
San Francisco Chronicle: Dr. Dan Kelly, a public health graduate student at Berkeley and a UCSF researcher who has been working with a primary care clinic in Eastern Sierra Leone for the past eight years, writes about the need for health care more...
CALIFORNIA Magazine: Under a proposed city ordinance, every new mobile phone sold in town would carry a sticker advising that the World Health Organization has deemed transmissions from cell phones a “possible” cause of brain cancer. Berkeley could more...
Aug 04 2014
The New York Times: In opinion piece, David Tuller, academic coordinator for the concurrent master’s program in public health and journalism, addresses the challenges of writing about academic subjects for a general audience. Read the story in The more...
Sacramento Bee: At its July 31 meeting, the California State Board of Pharmacy steered away from a decision on whether pharmacies should be required to translate prescription drug labels for limited-English speakers and passing the issue to another more...

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