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  1. The New Public Health is a contemporary application of a broad range of evidencebased scientific, technological, and management systems implementing measures to improve the health of individuals and population...

    Authors: Theodore H. Tulchinsky and Elena A. Varavikova
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391592
  2. Chronic diseases are the major causes of morbidity and mortality across the globe in developed and developing countries, and in countries transitioning from former socialist status. Chronic diseases — includin...

    Authors: Helen Ann Halpin, Maria M. Morales-Suárez-Varela and José M. Martin-Moreno
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391595
  3. Public health is politically paradoxical because its core conceptual components — the exercise of public authority and the promotion of population health — stand in practical tension that belies their theoreti...

    Authors: Lawrence D. Brown
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391596
  4. As in other countries, public heath in the United States continues to evolve to ensure healthy families and communities as well as individuals. Great achievements in the control of infectious and chronic disea...

    Authors: Jonathan E. Fielding, Steven Teutsch and Lester Breslow
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391597
  5. Population aging, rapidly increasing costs of healthcare and the growing burden of chronic disease are challenges to health systems worldwide. To meet these challenges will require new approaches to healthcare...

    Authors: Stephen M. Shortell, Robin Gillies and Frances Wu
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391598
  6. Health policy in Europe is at a crossroads. Longstanding challenges, such as persisting social and geographical inequalities, ageing populations, and rising burdens of chronic diseases, are being compounded by...

    Authors: David Stuckler, Sanjay Basu and Martin McKee
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391599
  7. Micronutrient deficiency conditions are widespread among 2 billion people in developing and in developed countries. These are silent epidemics of vitamin and mineral deficiencies affecting people of all gender...

    Authors: Theodore H. Tulchinsky
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391600
  8. With increased globalization and interdependence among countries, sustained health worker migration and the complex threats of rapidly spreading infectious diseases, as well as changing lifestyles, a strong he...

    Authors: Shrikant I. Bangdiwala, Sharon Fonn, Osegbeaghe Okoye and Stephen Tollman
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391604
  9. Influenza epidemics occur regularly and prediction of their conversion to pandemics and their impact is difficult. Coordination of efforts on a global scale to control or reduce the impact is fraught with pote...

    Authors: Antoine Flahault and Patrick Zylberman
    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391605