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Three women honored as recipients of the 2020 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health Award

Initiated by the USF College of Public Health in 1988, Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health nominations are solicited from public health practitioners across...

Early Data Shows African Americans Have Contracted and Died of Coronavirus at an Alarming Rate

“We declared racism as a public health issue. It frames not only how we do our work but how transparent we are about how things are going. It impacts how we manage an outbreak.” Jeanette Kowalik, Milwaukee health commissioner.

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Invasive Cheatgrass Taking Over Western Desert

by Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss Dear EarthTalk: What is Cheatgrass and when did it become such a big problem out west? —William G., Portland, ME Cheatgrass...

U.S. Coronavirus Cases Race Past 13 Million Heading Towards Holidays

Data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows that the United States has now recorded more than 13 million coronavirus cases, and almost 265,000 deaths. This is significant....

Satellite images confirm uneven impact of climate change

University of Copenhagen researchers have been following vegetation trends across the planet's driest areas using satellite imagery from recent decades. They have identified a...

Florida Health, Seminole County Recognizes National Diabetes Month

Sanford, Fla. – In recognition of National Diabetes Month, the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County (DOH-Seminole) continues to increase awareness of diabetes  and encourages the...

Charlotte Lane: PSC Helping Keep Us Safe from Human Trafficking

by Charlotte Lane Shocking! Just across our border in Ohio a prominent criminal defense attorney and former city councilman was recently indicted on 18 counts relating...
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