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6 Ways Information Dissemination is Important in Global Health

The world has become increasingly interconnected, demonstrating a nation’s dependency on the global economic, security, and health status. Diseases, especially infectious and contagious diseases, do not recognize borders. Thus, a disease for example, can easily migrate to bordering countries if not contained. Nations must find educated and

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The Bridge Between: a Case for Addressing Disparities

In our Special Blog Post, Guest Writer and author Hanif S. Abdul-Amin of Maryland, USA, reflects on the need to build bridges between the haves and have-nots in addressing parity in health and education not only here in the US but across the world by supporting organizations

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: 2030

Editor’s Note: The United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda was held from 25 to 27 September 2015, in New York, USA, and convened as a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly. At the end of the summit, member nations adopted a

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Shaping the Future of our Planet, by Pope Francis

Editor’s Note: In a historical and widely-received encyclical, Pope Francis calls on a global preservation of the environment calling it our home that we ought not destroy.  The contents of this encyclical transcend religion, ideology, and cultures and is worth sharing.  In this encyclical, the Pontiff  calls

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Saving Premature Babies by Helping Them Breathe

Editor’s Note: In this Special Blog, we continue our series on the 4th of the 7 Great Achievements of Pediatric research. These achievements are brought to you courtesy of the fabulous work by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) under its new campaign 7 Great Achievements in

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Curing Common Childhood Cancer

Editor’s Note: In this Special Blog, we continue our series on the 3rd of the 7 achievements of Pediatric research. These achievements are brought to you courtesy of the fabulous work by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) under its new campaign 7 Great Achievements in Pediatric Research.

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Reducing Sudden Infant Death with “Back to Sleep”

Editor’s Note: In this Blog, we continue our series on the 2nd of the 7 achievements of Pediatric research. These achievements are brought to you courtesy of the fabulous work by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) under its new campaign 7 Great Achievements in Pediatric Research.  

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Domestic and Global Health are Intertwined

Global health issues have a direct impact on U.S. domestic public health via its direct impact on medical care in the U.S.  The more the connected the world becomes, the easier it is for disease to spread, thus increasing the potential for sickness. I believe that, s

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Public Health: It Takes More than One Person to Make an Impact

An investment and interest in global health not only aligns with the core values of wanting to help others or creating a better future, it makes practical sense. We are reflections of our environment, and as the global landscape becomes more connected, our inter-dependence on each other

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GHEP is Positioned for Worldwide Impact

No one organization can deal with public health alone; but by partnering with the community and other organizations, the Global Health and Education Projects (GHEP) positions itself to have a profound impact worldwide, says Janna Murray of the University of South Florida, USA. PUBLIC HEALTH is a

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