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PBS Online: Dr. Arthur Reingold, public health professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley, joined a live chat about vaccinations and the legislative battle in California and elsewhere over personal belief exemptions. View the archived chat on more...
San Francisco Chronicle: Dr. Art Reingold, public health professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley, weighs in on the state's measles outbreak and the reactions of parents who haven't had their children vaccinated. "Some parents may be more...
CBS News: CBS News asked public health and epidemiology professor Allan Smith to review data in a class action lawsuit being filed Thursday. The suit alleges that some top-selling California wines have levels of arsenic that are up to four and five more...
KPCC Southern California Public Radio: Clinical professor Norman Constantine was interviewed on the program "Take Two," discussing how sex ed is taught in schools: what's required, what's considered appropriate, and what's effective. This is in the more...
The New York Times: Responding to the article "Tracking a Killer Over Decades" (Matter, March 10), public health professor Malcom Potts writes: "This interesting article on the origin and spread of H.I.V. omits one important fact. Chimpanzees are more...
OUPblog: In the Oxford University Press Blog, Professor Meredith Minkler and coauthors write that community leaders and members must be prominently included in disease prevention and control. They outline an eight step process to better address more...
Green Street Radio: Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at Berkeley's School of Public Health, discusses the potential health risks of our increasing exposure to wireless radiation from cell phones, tablets, and more...
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...

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