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Why Americans Should ‘Take a Hike’

By Jennifer Pharr Davis, Member of the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition … Read post   . See on Source

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22/11/2022

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A Concerted Focus on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health Will Help Ensure Well-Being

The recent White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health renewed national attention and inspired action to end hunger and reduce the prevalence of chronic disease in the United States by 2030 — with emphasis on enhancing e. See on Source

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21/11/2022

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Announcing the Federal Plan for Equitable Long-Term Recovery and Resilience!

The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) is excited to announce the release of the Federal Plan for Equitable Long-Term Recovery and Resilience (ELTRR), which lays out a whole-of-government approach to strengthe. See on Source

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15/11/2022

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Newly released: Vital and Health Statistics Series Report on Health Disparities in Healthy People 2020

Today, the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) released a report titled “Examining Progress Toward Elimination of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities for Healthy People 2020 Objectives Using Three Measures of Overall Dispa. See on Source

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14/11/2022

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Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry and Healthy People: Repairing Homes to Help Ensure Safety and Independence

This post is part of Healthy People 2020 in Review, a blog series highlighting how organizations across the nation are addressing social determinants of health — and how their efforts have helped us make progress toward Healthy Peop. See on Source

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09/11/2022

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Registration for Healthy People, Healthy Hearts: Healthy People 2030 and Cardiovascular Health Webinar is Now Open

The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) is pleased to announce the next webinar in the Healthy People 2030 Webinar Series: Healthy People, Healthy Hearts: Healthy People 2030 and Cardiovascular Health. This web. See on Source

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02/11/2022

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Promote Health Literacy with Our New “5 Things to Know About Health Literacy” Video and Other Resources

The last day of October marks the end of Health Literacy Month — but health literacy continues to be a Healthy People 2030 priority area. … Read post   . See on Source

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31/10/2022

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Sacramento Public Library and Healthy People: Prioritizing Health Literacy to Meet Community Members’ Needs

This post is part of Healthy People 2020 in Review, a blog series highlighting how organizations across the nation are addressing social determinants of health — and how their efforts have helped us make progress toward Healthy Peop. See on Source

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26/10/2022

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Organizations Have an Opportunity to Enhance Health Literacy

Health and Well-Being Matter is the monthly blog of the Director of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. This month RDML Paul Reed, ODPHP Director is pleased to welcome a co-author, Cindy Brach, MPP, a Senior Healt. See on Source

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25/10/2022

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November National Health Observances: Diabetes, COPD, and Antibiotic Resistance

Each month we feature select National Health Observances (NHOs) that highlight important health issues that affect people across the United States. In November, we’re raising awareness about diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary d. See on Source

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24/10/2022

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Nearly 40 million children susceptible to measles due to COVID-19 disruptions

Nearly 40 million children are at risk of getting measles due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a joint report published on Wednesday.. See on Source

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23/11/2022

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UNICEF seeks $27.5 million to step up cholera response in Haiti

Children account for roughly 40 per cent of the confirmed cholera cases in Haiti, or two in five, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Wednesday, appealing for $27.5 million to save more lives from the disease. . See on Source

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23/11/2022

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WHO convenes experts to identify new pathogens that could spark pandemics

The World Health Organization (WHO) is working to compile an updated list of priority pathogens that can cause future outbreaks or pandemics, the UN agency announced on Monday. . See on Source

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21/11/2022

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First Person: Saving lives and preventing the spread of cholera in Haiti

A community health worker in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, has been describing how she is going door-to-door to raise awareness about cholera prevention.. See on Source

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20/11/2022

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Score ‘triple billion’ health goals, ahead of World Cup kick-off: WHO

People of all ages and abilities are walking, jogging, dancing their way towards healthier lives everywhere, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, inviting everyone – as the football World Cup gets underway, hosted by Qatar - to participate . See on Source

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18/11/2022

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WHO unveils new strategy to tackle antimalarial drug resistance in Africa

A new strategy has been launched to address the urgent problem of antimalarial drug resistance in Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday. . See on Source

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18/11/2022

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Almost half of us worldwide are neglecting oral healthcare: WHO report

A new report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday reveals that some 3.5 billion people suffer from oral diseases – with three out of four affected living in low and middle-income countries.. See on Source

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18/11/2022

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UN’s game plan for sanitation for all

Ahead of World Toilet Day on 19 November, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is launching a new game plan to help governments achieve safely managed sanitation for their populations and meet the sanitation target laid out in the Sustainable Development Goals. See on Source

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17/11/2022

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Doses of Ebola candidate vaccines expected to be shipped to Uganda next week: WHO

Three candidate Ebola vaccines for a proposed clinical trial in Uganda should be shipped to the country next week, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said on Wednesday. . See on Source

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16/11/2022

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WHO urges immediate skin to skin contact for babies born prematurely

Premature babies should be given skin to skin contact immediately after birth to improve their survival and health outcomes, the World Health Organization (WHO) said, in new guidelines published on Tuesday. . See on Source

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15/11/2022

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Updated family planning guide promotes empowerment, health and wellbeing – WHO 

Wider access to self-administered contraceptives and the use of digital technologies by providers are just two of the tangible measures outlined in the latest edition of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidance on family planning. . See on Source

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15/11/2022

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Global disparity in access to essential vaccines, says WHO report

Limited supply and unequal vaccine distribution means that lower-income countries consistently struggle to access essential inoculations in demand by wealthier countries, according to the latest Global Vaccine Market Report, released on Wednesday by the W. See on Source

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09/11/2022

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Climate change much deadlier than cancer in some places, UNDP data shows

The impact of climate change on health if carbon emissions remain high, could be up to twice as deadly as cancer in some parts of the world, according to new data released on Friday by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Climate Impact Lab.. See on Source

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04/11/2022

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Public health risks increasing in flood-affected Pakistan, warns WHO

Although flood waters have continued to recede in many flood-affected areas across Pakistan in recent weeks, around eight million people need essential health assistance, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.. See on Source

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01/11/2022

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Cholera spreading throughout Lebanon, WHO warns

The first cholera outbreak in nearly three decades in Lebanon is now spreading throughout the country, with more than 1,400 suspected cases, and 17 reported deaths so far, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Tuesday.. See on Source

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01/11/2022

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Northern Ethiopia facing devastating spike in preventable disease: WHO

The UN health agency WHO expressed serious concerns on Friday about a likely spike in a range of preventable diseases in Ethiopia’s northern regions - and in particular Tigray – caused by nearly two years of conflict and chronic aid access problems.. See on Source

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28/10/2022

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Rise in TB deaths another fallout from the pandemic, WHO report reveals

Tuberculosis (TB) deaths and infections rose during the COVID-19 pandemic, which disrupted access to treatment and support services, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Thursday. . See on Source

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27/10/2022

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19 life-threatening fungi listed in bid to tackle antifungal resistance

If you had to name some of the planet’s most life-threatening fungal diseases, would you know where to begin? . See on Source

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26/10/2022

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‘Haitians are coming together to tackle the cholera crisis’: A UN Resident Coordinator Blog

Haitians are coming together to tackle the recent outbreak of cholera in the country, says the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in the country. Ulrika Richardson, the most senior UN humanitarian official in Haiti, visited a number of cholera treat. See on Source

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25/10/2022

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Featured News from HSPH

The latest on the coronavirus

Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.... See on Source

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23/11/2022

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Tips for having a safe, healthy Thanksgiving

Amid surges in respiratory infections across the U.S., and the possibility of an uptick in COVID-19 rates, public health experts are offering advice on how people can make Thanksgiving gatherings as safe as possible.... See on Source

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23/11/2022

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Harvard Chan School faculty among most highly cited in the world

More than 30 faculty members or researchers affiliated with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have been named among the world’s most influential researchers over the past decade.... See on Source

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21/11/2022

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Opinion: Strengthening SNAP to improve health for children and families

As the largest federal food assistance program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) could be doing more to alleviate childhood obesity and diet-related diseases.... See on Source

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18/11/2022

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Weighing the benefits of plant protein for human and planetary health

Shifting diets to be more plant-centric is vital for human health and the health of the planet, according to Harvard Chan School's Walter Willett.... See on Source

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18/11/2022

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UN names World Day for prevention of child sexual abuse, exploitation

The United Nations has declared November 18 as the World Day for the Prevention of and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence.... See on Source

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15/11/2022

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Extreme heat in Texas prisons linked with higher death rates

Death rates were higher among people in Texas prisons without air conditioning compared to those living in climate-controlled facilities, according to a new study.... See on Source

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15/11/2022

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No link found between brain cancer and cell phone use, experts say

Concerns about a possible link between cell phones and brain cancer—a hot topic in the news 5 to 10 years ago—have all but disappeared in recent years, because studies haven't found evidence of such a link.... See on Source

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09/11/2022

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How journalists can report science amid polarization, misinformation

There are several steps newsrooms can take to report on polarized or potentially polarizing science topics such as vaccines or climate change, according to a recent article co-authored by Harvard Chan School's Amanda Yarnell.... See on Source

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08/11/2022

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Addressing the wide-ranging health challenges of homelessness

Homelessness leads to a wide range of health challenges and should be tackled through multiple angles, according to Howard Koh.... See on Source

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03/11/2022

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JPET current issue

Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Interactive Effects of {micro}-Opioid and Adrenergic-{alpha}2 Receptor Agonists in Rats: Pharmacological Investigation of the Primary Kratom Alkaloid Mitragynine and Its Metabolite 7-Hydroxymitragynine [Behavioral Pharmacology]

The primary kratom alkaloid mitragynine is proposed to act through multiple mechanisms, including actions at µ-opioid receptors (MORs) and adrenergic-α2 receptors (Aα2Rs), as well as conversion in vivo to a MOR agonist metabolite (i.e.,... See on Source

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27/11/2022

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Self-Administration of Fentanyl-Alprazolam Combinations by Rhesus Monkeys Responding under a Progressive-Ratio Schedule [Behavioral Pharmacology]

This study evaluated the reinforcing effects of fentanyl, alone or in combination with the benzodiazepine alprazolam, in rhesus monkeys (3 females, 3 males). Subjects were trained to self-administer the opioid remifentanil (0.3 µg/kg/injection) und... See on Source

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Effects of a Novel Beta Lactam Compound, MC-100093, on the Expression of Glutamate Transporters/Receptors and Ethanol Drinking Behavior of Alcohol-Preferring Rats [Neuropharmacology]

Chronic ethanol exposure affects the glutamatergic system in several brain reward regions including the nucleus accumbens (NAc). Our laboratory has shown that chronic exposure to ethanol reduced the expression of glutamate transporter 1 (GLT-1) and cysti... See on Source

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A Physiologically-Based Pharmacokinetic Model of the Brain Considering Regional Lipid Variance [Neuropharmacology]

Modeling and simulation of the central nervous system provides a tool for understanding and predicting the distribution of small molecules throughout the brain tissue and cerebral spinal fluid (CSF), and these efforts often rely on empirical data to make... See on Source

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Botulinum Toxin A, a Better Choice for Skeletal Muscle Block in a Comparative Study With Lidocaine in Rats [Neuropharmacology]

A positive response to scalene muscle block (SMB) is an important indication for the diagnosis of thoracic outlet syndrome. Lidocaine injection is commonly used in clinical practice in SMB, although there have been some cases of misdiagnosis. Botulinum t... See on Source

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Competitive Interactions Between Propofol and Diazepam: Studies in GABAA Receptors and Zebrafish [Neuropharmacology]

Although propofol is among the most commonly administered general anesthetics, its mechanism of action is not fully understood. It has been hypothesized that propofol acts via a similar mechanism as (R)-ethyl 1-(1-phenylethyl)-1H-imidazole-5-carboxylate ... See on Source

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