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Is there a correlation between how much a state spends on social services and its population health outcomes? Are there ways for states to integrate social and health...
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U.S. News and World Report has ranked Yale University as one of the ten “Best Global Universities for Social Sciences and Public Health.” In addition to its recent new...
Director Clinical and Community Services, Ministry of Health Prof Mbonye Anthony (L) with Assoc Prof Yale University school of Medicine Dr. Jeremy Schwartz (R) during the GHLI forum NCDs symposium at Protea Hotel. PHOTO BY JOSEPH KIGGUNDU
Training health workers and research will be critical if Uganda is to effectively fight Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), Prof Anthony Mbonye, the Director Health Services (...
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A doctor who returned to New York City recently after treating Ebola patients in West Africa tested positive for the virus on Thursday, becoming the first Ebola patient in...
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Getting greater numbers of trained health workers to West Africa is the key to stopping the spread of the Ebola virus, according to experts who spoke Thursday at a Yale forum...
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Over the past several months, about 3,100 people have died from Ebola infection in western Africa. Now, we have a confirmed case of Ebola in the United States, making this...
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When a homeless patient and her disabled son had no way to get to a doctor last winter, William A. Gillespie, MD, sent a car service to pick them up. The driver was...

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