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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: What can we learn from Nigeria's success quashing an Ebola outbreak? Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, comments. Read the story in Scientific American This story 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...
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...
CNN: Amber Vinson is the third person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. Some question whether Vinson should have flown from Cleveland to Dallas when she had a slightly elevated temperature. Professor Arthur Reingold comments. Read the more...
International Business Times: Arthur Reingold, head of epidemiology at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health, says any expectations that all workers at every facility within the large and diverse U.S. health care system could be perfectly trained more...
San Francisco Business Times: Dr. Art Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, is quoted in a story investigating whether or not the Bay Area is ready for the Ebola virus. He said he hopes hospitals and more...
Bloomberg TV: Dr. Arthur Reingold, professor and head of epidemiology at Berkeley's School of Public Health, is interviewed about the new U.S. plan to do fever checks at five of the busiest U.S. airports for passengers from the three West African more...
The Alternative Daily: A story about alternative homemade lipstick cites a 2013 study coauthored by professor of environmental health sciences Katharine Hammond. The study found that commonly sold lipsticks and lip glosses contained lead, cadmium, more...
Medical Xpress: A study co-authored by public health doctoral student Zach Wagner looked at a government health care program in India offering health insurance for catastrophic illness to households below the poverty link in Karnataka. The more...

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