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Good Magazine: Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, weighs in on the need for a U.S. Surgeon General, currently a vacant political appointment. "There is no question we could use a surgeon more...
The Seattle Times: With a focus of improving health care while keeping costs in control, more providers and insurers are turning to accountable care organizations as a preferred way of providing health coverage. But, though ACOs can look promising, more...
Wall Street Journal: Dr. Arthur Reingold, a professor and chair of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, comments on some school districts' active responses to fears of an Ebola outbreak. "I can understand wanting to be prepared," he more...
San Francisco Chronicle: In responding to roughly 28,000 fire calls a year, members of the San Francisco Fire Department are routinely exposed to flame retardants, diesel exhaust and other toxic chemicals that seep out of raging infernos and work more...
Medical Xpress: The trend of hospitals consolidating medical groups and physician practices in an effort to improve the coordination of patient care is backfiring and increasing the cost of patient care, according to a new study led by the more...
Fox News: Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at Berkeley's School of Public Health, warns that wearable technologies, such as Internet-connected glasses, smart watches and health-monitoring equipment, could put more...
Scientific American: Dr. Art Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, weighs in on Nigeria's handling of its Ebola outbreak. He says the steps are basic: "isolation, quarantine of contacts, etcetera," but more...
Yahoo! Travel: It’s become the latest travel fashion accessory sweeping through social media: the anti-Ebola mask/glove selfie. Nervous fliers have started taking to the air in all kinds of makeshift gear, lending a (masked) face to the Ebola scare more...
Univiision: The CDC is now teaching a crash course in preventing infection to doctors and nurses headed to West Africa. Among them is Dr. Phuoc Le, assistant professor at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and director of the Interdisciplinary more...
Yahoo! Health: Dr. Art Reingold, public health professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley, comments on the risk posed by a Dallas nurse who flew from Cleveland to Dallas on a commercial jet before being diagnosed with Ebola. "In retrospect, I more...

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