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Medical Xpress: Children who live in "smart growth" neighborhoods—developments that are designed to increase walkability and have more parks and green space areas—get 46 percent more moderate or vigorous physical activity than kids who live in more...
San Francisco Chronicle: It's common knowledge that chronic exposure to air pollution is linked to respiratory problems, but a new UC Berkeley-led study of California adults now links it to deaths from heart disease. Michael Jerrett, more...
Sep 09 2013
Green Gazette: Joel Moskowitz, director of the Center for Family and Community Health at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, shares his research findings regarding the health effects of cellphones.  Read the article in Green Gazette
Chronicle of Higher Education: Stefano Bertozzi, a senior fellow at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and director of the foundation's HIV and tuberculosis programs, has been named the new dean of Berkeley's School of Public Health.  Read the more...
Bioscience Technology: A new study led by public health professor Michael Jerrett, chair of environmental health sciences at the School of Public Health, has linked chronic exposure to ground level ozone to premature death from cardiovascular more...
San Francisco Chronicle: Martha Campbell, director of International Population Dialogue at Berkeley's School of Public Health, is among those who weigh in on the topic of overpopulation and climate change. Read the story in the San Francisco more...
NPR On Point: School of Public Health Professor Brenda Eskenazi joins a discussion about the growing global use of pesticides, and the implications and alternatives. Listen to the program on WBUR Radio
The California Report (KQED): Assistant Professor Seth Holmes spent five years out in the field (picking crops, crossing the Mexican border, getting arrested, etc.) traveling up and down the West Coast from Oaxaca on north. His latest book, Fresh more...
Vermont Public Radio: In response to the lack of transportation to medical care in his native Uganda, Chris Ategeka founded CA Bikes, a nonprofit that teaches villagers how to build bike ambulances and wheelchairs from scrap metal. Dr. Arthur L. more...
The Salt Blog: Assistant Professor Seth Holmes, a medical anthropologist, is interviewed about his new book, Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies, about the suffering of the people who grow, pick, and package our food. Read the interview in The Salt

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