For an article in the Journal of public health and Epidemiology, the author must fork over $650 for “handling.”
In one of the odd twists that rule the world of public health, free choice sometimes gets in the way of disease control.
Such initiatives pose a serious danger to public health and well-being, the very aim of the international drug control treaties.
These consequences form the subject-matter of David Hemenway's careful and comprehensive study, Private Guns, public health.
It was totally wrong, concludes a panel of professors at the Harvard School of public health.
There he sits all day long—a menace to the public health, and an object of disgust.
In public health the discoveries of science have opened a new era.
The first is that the substitution of measles for smallpox was one of a series of such changes in the public health of Britain.
Hospitals and health officers are doing much for the public health.
Constructive and far-reaching measures are suggested pertaining to public health.
public health pub·lic health (pŭb'lĭk)
Abbr. PH, P.H.
The science and practice of protecting and improving the health of a community, as by preventive medicine, health education, control of communicable diseases, application of sanitary measures, and monitoring of environmental hazards.