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A summary of evidence meeting criteria for physical frailty as a product of complex system dysregulation.
A new national infectious disease early warning system extends coverage to areas that lack health clinics participating in infectious disease surveillance.
An expanded set of key competencies in climate health education are announced for students of public health, nursing, and medicine.
Long-acting injectable HIV therapies have emerged as an alternative to daily pills, with the potential to boost adherence.
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Yasmeen Rose, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, patents, covid-19 vaccine
Yasmeen Rose examines an altruistic patent pledge and how the end of the pandemic for some could lead to further marginalization for others.
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Inspired by her family's experience, Meghana Atre discusses raising the bar on end of life planning and how public health practitioners fit into advanced care management.
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