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Healthcare (health-care)

Healthcare (health-care) is broadly defined as any care, service, or supply related to the physical or mental health and well-being of an individual through the services offered by the medical and a...

Phillips HealthCare

Philips Healthcare generated $11.2 billion in sales from its healthcare products in 2010, ranking in the 6th largest medical devices company in the world. With a focus on cardiology and oncology, ...

Substance Use in Children and Adolescents

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Meeting Children’s Needs During Public Health Emergencies

By forming regional coalitions, pediatricians and public health authorities can work together more closely to meet children’s unique needs during a natural or man-made disaster.

Study Sums Up Health Issues for New Child Refugees to U.S.

For refugee children newly arrived in the U.S., hepatitis B, tuberculosis, parasitic worms, high blood lead levels and anemia are among the top public health concerns covered by screening programs. In...

Eat a Burrito and Save a Child's Life with Aeroflow Healthcare

Aeroflow Healthcare and Barberito’s Southwestern Grille & Cantina have teamed up to support Mission Children’s Hospital. On October 16, 2015, 20% of Barberito’s proceeds will go to Mission C...

Deep poverty puts young children at risk for poor health and development

(Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health) Young children in deep poverty, whose family income is below 50 percent of the federal poverty line, fare even worse on health and development i...

Large study sums up health issues for new child refugees to US

(Children's Hospital of Philadelphia) For refugee children newly arrived in the US, hepatitis B, tuberculosis, parasitic worms, high blood lead levels and anemia are among the top public health concer...

GSK and Save the Children launch $1 million award to discover new healthcare innovations for reducing child deaths

The Healthcare Innovation Award is the first joint initiative announced following the launch of an ambitious new partnership between GSK and Save the Children

Blood from small children 'remembers' prenatal smoking exposure

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) New Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research finds that blood taken from children up to the age of five contains molecu...

The Public Health Response to CRE in Wisconsin

Today, on CDC's Safe Healthcare blog, Gwen Borlaug, MPH, CIC, Coordinator of the Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) Prevention Program in the Division of Public Health at the Wisconsin Department ...

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Social representations of public health among healthcare workers within the French Armed Forces.

Public health is a multidisciplinary activity whose fields of action are acquiring an increasingly broad. The Service de santé des armées (SSA) has always had a culture of public health problems tha...

Stakeholders' Perceptions on Shortage of Healthcare Workers in Primary Healthcare in Botswana: Focus Group Discussions.

An adequate health workforce force is central to universal health coverage and positive public health outcomes. However many African countries have critical shortages of healthcare workers, which are ...

Integration of healthcare and financial information: Evaluation in a public hospital using a comprehensive approach.

Public healthcare organisations are moving towards the use of new technologies to automate and improve their internal processes in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their use of re...

Isolated and combined presence of elevated anthropometric indices in children: prevalence and sociodemographic correlates.

This study analyzed the prevalence and sociodemographic factors associated to the isolated and combined presence of elevated anthropometric indices among children. A cross-sectional study was performe...

Quantitative analysis of bariatric procedure trends 2001-13 in South Australia: implications for equity in access and public healthcare expenditure.

The aims of the present study were to: (1) identify trends in bariatric surgery in South Australia (SA) from 2001 to 2013; and (2) compare public and private hospitals, and so discuss the implications...

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