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Healthcare IT News: "Healthcare data is getting bigger all the time," said Dean Stefano Bertozzi of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health.  Consequently, that enables a health system to start to be able to put together a much more compelling more...
As Zika tapered, and news coverage of the epidemic became less frequent, the truly vulnerable people became invisible, according to a new study by public health researchers at UC Berkeley.  “Zika is just another example of how populations that more...
Daily Cal: Berkeley City Council has expressed support for a new state bill that would prohibit the sale or distribution of a sugar-sweetened beverage in the state without a health warning. Joan Bloom, a professor in the UC Berkeley School of Public more...
SF Chronicle: For four years, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has been quietly buying multimillion-dollar homes in the Marina and scooping out their backyards. The utility, California’s largest, is trying to remove chemical contamination that has more...
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is wary of what’s to come. Although Congress has final say over agency budgets, the White House proposal has added to general anxiety over the future of science, climate and environmental more...
Berkeley News: Aileen Suzara, a land- and kitchen-based educator who earned her master's degree in public health at UC Berkeley has been awarded the 2016 Foundations for Change: Thomas I. Yamashita Prize.  Read the full article at Berkeley News. 
Berkeley News: Parasite-carrying snails can travel long distances, spreading a deadly disease along the way, according to new research led by UC Berkeley. “We don’t think of snails as particularly mobile, but the genetic evidence we found — that more...
Berkeley News: A Berkeley School of Public Health research team has been awarded a $3.6 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop new approaches for simulating and optimizing surveillance networks that detect more...
Time: Experts have grave concerns about the types of low-intensity radiation our wireless devices produce. “We have animal studies suggesting even low-level exposures to the kind of radio wave radiation associated with Wi-Fi could have a variety of more...
ABC 7 News: a new report says that the state of California may have kept information about the cancer risk secret. "We have evidence of brain tumors and other head and neck tumors. We also have evidence of sperm damage in males, infertility in more...

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