SOURCE: The Atlantic
Bad information online is a concern. But the history of public health shows that understanding how it spreads and circulates is critical to fighting it.
SOURCE: The Lancet
Historian Jim Downs's "Maladies of Empire" is cited as a source showing that the profession of public health grew out of the concerns of slavery, war and imperialism.
by Deirdre Mask
“The poor were dying in disproportionate numbers not because they suffered from moral failings,” Steven Johnson writes. “They were dying because they were being poisoned.”
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