Addressing Racism & Racial Inequities in Cancer Research : Oncology Times

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Law Everywhere: A Causal Framework for Law and Infectious Disease – Aaron J. Siegler, Kelli A. Komro, Alexander C. Wagenaar, 2020

This supplement on HIV, hepatitis, sexually transmitted disease, and tuberculosis is timely and important because it highlights the many ways that law, regulation, and institutional policy affect the incidence and prevalence of infectious disease. Law is a causal factor that deserves careful scientific research attention, not only because it is central to understanding disease variation across…

Metabolic Syndrome Across Psychiatric Disorders

Psychiatric Annals | Metabolic syndrome is a major risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus. The elevated rate of metabolic syndrome across different psychiatric disorders is an ongoing public health challenge for the field of psychiatry. This issue of Psychiatric Annals covers metabolic syndrome across child and adolescent psychiatric disorders,…

Health Departments With A Commitment To Health Equity: A More Skilled Workforce And Higher-Quality Collaborations | Health Affairs

Research Article Health Affairs Vol.37 No.1 Health Departments With A Commitment To Health Equity: A More Skilled Workforce And Higher-Quality Collaborations

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: HPV Prevention Education and Patient Panel. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Join us for an interactive discussion on HPV. Deanna Teoh, MD, will present the latest information on HPV vaccination and preventing your child from getting HPV-related cancers when they grow up. Dr. Teoh will be joined by patients Lily and Nick, who’ll share their personal experience with HPV-related cancer. To submit a question for the Q&A portion of the session, email…

Screen Baby Screen: Perspectives on Newborn Screening – 1352916

I’m a New Jersey school nurse. ‘Fingers crossed’ is not an acceptable reopening strategy.

When communities won’t buy in to practices that can keep everyone safe from COVID-19, how can we expect schools and students to be on the front lines?

Biogen conference likely led to 20,000 COVID-19 cases in Boston area, researchers say – The Boston Globe

A new study shows the Biogen conference held at Boston’s Marriott Long Wharf hotel in February played a far greater role in spreading the coronavirus than previously thought.

Support the TREAT Act

Support a national effort to permit interstate license reciprocity during a public health emergency by adding your name, affiliation and state to this list, which will be shared with Members of Congress to urge them to include the TREAT Act in the next coronavirus relief package. TAKE ACTION: Support Interstate License Reciprocity During a National…

Health security is national security

The Dallas Morning News is publishing a multi-part series on important issues for voters to consider as they decide who to vote for president this year….