Examples of public health in a Sentence
a disease that poses a serious threat to public health
She got her degree in public health.
Public health officials warned of an influenza outbreak.
Recent Examples of public health from the Web
Aloneness and loneliness are not the same thing, but one begets the other: the former U.S. Surgeon General has called loneliness the public health crisis of our time.
However, Kolodny and other public health experts were disappointed that the actions by the president and the commission were not accompanied by funds.
Obama wrote her back and visited a month later, drawing international attention to the public health crisis.
The blue pill — which drastically reduces the risk of contracting the virus when taken daily — will be made available at no cost to eligible Brazilians at 35 public health clinics in 22 cities during an inaugural phase of the program.
In a recent commentary co-authored by the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, public health experts warned that a bad flu season is upon us.
Huff's death is a chilling example of domestic violence in Cincinnati, a public health crisis that advocates are trying to change with a closer partnership with Cincinnati Police.
Thus, Republicans have spent most of their time in power trying to pass trillion-dollar cuts to Medicaid and insurance subsidies for low-income people, even as a historic public health crisis raged in their own backyards.
That's one reason why some public health experts suggest focusing on healthy behaviors—exercise, nutrition, sleep—rather than weight itself as a marker of health.
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First Known Use of public health
PUBLIC HEALTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of public health for English Language Learners
: the health of people in general
: the science of caring for the people of a community by giving them basic health care and health information, improving living conditions, etc.
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Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about public health
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