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.
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If medical tests show no dangers after another two days, parents will be able to enter the isolation area dressed in sterilized clothing, staying 2 meters (yards) away from the boys, said another public health official, Tosthep Bunthong.
If medical tests show no dangers, after another two days, parents will be able to enter the isolation area dressed in sterilized clothing and staying 2 yards away from the boys, said Tosthep Bunthong, a public health official.
The website reported that state public health officials could not confirm a human had contracted the disease, nor where and when the person might have gotten it.
Temperance and public health grew up together in the disease-ridden cities of America, where despite the modern conveniences and excitements, mortality rates were higher than in the countryside.
Physicians and veterinarians who suspect plague should promptly report it to their local public health district, day or night.
In addition to posing a public health risk, this species poses an ecological hazard as well by reducing plant diversity and causing soil erosion, Kraus says.
Oregon public health statistics show the rate of contracting chlamydia or gonorrhea can also be much higher.
In 2009, public health workers from the Thai Ministry of Public Health, Thai universities, NIAID, the US military, and lots of other places reported that RV144 showed an efficacy of 31.2 percent.
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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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