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Demographically younger nations have a higher aging burden than previously thought and need new policies to prevent large numbers of people from leaving the workforce due to ill health.
Mailman School of Public Health Dean Linda P. Fried has received an Association of American Physicians’ medal in recognition of her groundbreaking contributions to the science of healthy aging.
Using community wastewater surveillance records, Columbia public health researchers found that Hispanic neighborhoods had the highest levels of uranium, selenium, barium, chromium, and arsenic.
A new study from Mailman researchers is the first to detail the extent of particulate air pollution in rural, American Indian communities and its potential health consequences.
- October 25, 2010
New Analysis Suggests Exposure in Middle Age May Result in More Risk than Previously Thought
- October 8, 2010
Obesity, smoking, traffic fatalities and homicide are not to blame. research points to defects in our healthcare system
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