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Nov 30, 2009 Of Carrot Cake and Oreos Dr. David Kessler, as you’ve probably heard, is out with a terrific best-seller called The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite. The cover grabs your attention: very pure white glossy background with a carrot cake and carrots. Obesity | Public Health
Nov 17, 2009 How Health Reform Can Improve End-of-Life Care Health care reform offers significant opportunities not only to improve the quality of end-of-life care, but to apply the principles of good end-of-life care to improving our health care system. Aging | Health Reform
Nov 10, 2009 Immigrants and Health Care – The Real Numbers and Policy Implications As the House and Senate move toward the final outlines of health care reform legislation, they confront important questions about how proposals might apply to immigrants Health Policy | Public Health
Nov 4, 2009 The Challenge of Modern Health Information Privacy Laws Access to identifiable health data among multiple groups continues to grow exponentially as digital personal health records (PHRs) become pervasive. Ongoing national health care reform efforts may only increase demands for greater public and private sector access to health data... Information Technology