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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...
Joel Moskowitz, Director of the Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California-Berkeley School of Public Health is on a crusade to prove that California is secretly hiding data that shows cell phones are giving people cancer more...
Representative Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, spoke at UC Berkeley’s “Fighting for Health Equity in 2017 and Beyond” on Monday about her stance on the Affordable Care Act and the GOP’s health care bill.  According to Seth Holmes, the co-chair of Berkeley more...
SF Gate: For years, state health officials kept secret a set of guidelines meant to inform the public about the risks associated with cell phone use and the best practices to avoid potential harm. The California Department of Public Health released more...
A new research study suggests some hospitals might be charging private insurers twice as much for knee and hip replacements as the implants typically cost. James Robinson, professor of health economics at the University of California, Berkeley more...
NIH: Millions of people around the world are exposed to arsenic concentrations in drinking water above the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommended limit. Using the northern Chile cohort, as well as data from an additional 1,500 participants more...
Dr. Scheffler was quoted in a January 2017 USA Today Magazine article about the future of the Affordable Care Act. The article explores the common ground and areas of agreement between Republicans and Democrats regarding health care reform in the more...
HealthcareITNews: The National Institutes of Health awarded $3.6 million, five-year grant to a University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health research team. Justin Remais, associate professor of environmental health sciences at UC more...
Healthcare Informatics: A recent study examining the adoption and use of health information technology by small primary care physician practices found that external incentives, such as those practices participating in pay-for-performance programs more...
The Denver Post: Bicyclists who roll through stop signs and red lights may infuriate drivers. But a “safety stop” bill in the state legislature would legalize the practice, and its supporters say it would make cycling in Colorado safer and more more...

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