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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...
Vox: Public health professor Art Reingold, head of epidemiology at Berkeley, discusses the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, noting what makes this crisis different and more challenging than previous outbreaks. "People should not be concerned about more...
Los Angeles Times: Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health, writes that Google Glass emits more wireless radiation than most cellphones. Moreover, Glass users may be wearing this device on their heads for more than 12 more...
Cosmopolitan magazine: Martyn Smith, professor of toxicology and director of the UC Berkeley Superfund Research Program, comments on the ongoing controversy regarding the presence of formaldehyde in hair straightening treatments, sometimes known as more...
San Francisco Chronicle: A surprising study out of Stanford was making the blog rounds last week, after it suggested that American weight gain over the past 30 years is linked more to exercise than to the number of calories people consumed. The more...
The Hagstrom Report: Patricia Crawford, director of UC Berkeley's Atkins Center for Weight and Health, was among 27 former panelists for the Institute of Medicine who told Congress not to change healthier foods rules for children, as the Agriculture more...
San Francisco Chronicle: Berkeley, undaunted by abandoned efforts in San Francisco, is attempting to become the first city in the nation to require retailers to put stickers on cell phone packaging warning people that the devices may emit cancer- more...

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