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The Gale encyclopedia of public health / Brigham Narins, editor

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20210407
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Farmington Hills, Michigan : Gale, [2020]
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©2020
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Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2021.

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Edition
Second edition.
[Enhanced Credo edition]
Description
1 online resource (296 entries) : 214 images ; digital files.
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Series
Credo reference.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
AARP -- Abortion -- Acrylamide -- Addition -- Aging -- AIDS -- Air pollution -- Alcohol use disorder -- Allergies -- Amebiasis -- American Public Health Association -- Animal abuse -- Anthrax -- Antibiotic stewardship -- Antibiotics -- Antimicrobial resistance -- Antiviral drugs -- Anxiety disorders -- Asbestosis -- Assessment Protocol for Excellence in Public Health (APEX-PH) -- Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) -- Asthma -- Autism -- Avian flu -- Bedbug infestation -- Behavioral health -- Birth defects -- Bisphenol A (BPA) -- Black lung disease -- Bovine spongiform encephalopathy -- Brucellosis -- Bullying -- Burns -- Campylobacteriosis -- Cancer -- Car seats -- Carbon monoxide poisoning -- Centers for Diesease Control and Prevention (CDC) -- Chagas disease -- Chemical poisoning -- Chikungunya -- Child abuse -- Child labor laws -- Childhood obesity -- Children's health -- Chlamydia -- Chlorination -- Cholera -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) -- Chronic wasting disease -- Clostridium -- Community based participatory research (CBPR) -- Community development workers -- Community health assessment -- Community health improvement process (CHIP) -- Community health -- Community mental health -- Concussion -- Consumer safety -- Contraception and birth control -- Correctional health -- Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease -- Cytomegalovirus -- Defibrillation -- Dengue fever -- Dental health -- Department of Health and Human Services -- Depression --
Diabetes mellitus -- Diphtheria -- Disease outbreaks -- Disruptive behavior disorder -- Distracted driving -- Domestic abuse -- Dracunculiasis infection -- Drinking water -- Drug resistance -- Dysentery -- Eating disorders -- Ebola virus disease -- Economic and financial stress -- Emergency health services -- Emergency preparedness -- Emerging diseases -- Encephalitis -- Environmental disasters -- Environmental health -- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) -- Environmental toxins -- Epstein-Barr virus -- Escherichia coli -- Essential medicines -- Ethics and legal issues of public health -- Evidence-based policy -- Famine -- Federally qualified health centers -- Female genital mutilation -- Fetal alcohol syndrome -- Filariasis -- Food additives -- Food allergies -- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) -- Food contamination -- Food fortification -- Fungal infections -- Gaming -- genetic testing and counseling -- Genetically modified food -- Genomics -- Germ theory -- Global public health -- Gun violence as a public health issue -- H1N1 influenza A (Swine Flu) -- Haemophilus influenzae type b -- Hand-foot-and-mouth disease -- Handwashing -- Hantavirus infections -- Health commissioners -- Health departments -- Health education -- Health inspectors -- Health literacy -- Health policy -- Healthy cities -- Healthy lives, healthy people -- Healthy people 2020 -- Hearing loss -- Heart disease -- Helminthiasis -- Hepatitis -- Herpes -- Hill-Burton Act --
Human papilloma virus (HPV) -- Human rights -- Human trafficking -- Hunger and undernutrition -- Hygiene -- Hypertension -- Immunization -- Infant nutrition -- Infection control -- Infectious disease -- Infertility -- Infestations -- Influenza -- Insecticide poisoning -- Intestinal disorders -- Ionizing radiation -- Irradiated food -- Joint replacement -- K-2 synthetic marijuana (spice) -- Legionnaires' disease -- Leishmaniasis -- Leprosy -- Leptospirosis -- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health -- Life expectancy -- Listeriosis -- Lyme disease -- Malaria -- Mapping in public health -- Marijuana -- Measles -- Medicaid and Medicare -- Medical waste -- Melamine -- Men's health -- Meningitis -- Methamphetamine -- Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) -- Miasma -- Middle East respiratory syndrome -- Migrant farm workers -- Military and veteran health -- Millennium Development Goals -- Minority health -- Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) -- Mold -- Mortality and morbidity -- Multiple sclerosis -- Mumps -- Mycobacterium -- National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) -- National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) -- National Institute of Mental Health -- National Institutes of Health -- Natural disasters -- Needles and syringes -- Noise pollution -- Noroviruses -- Nutrition -- Obesity -- Occupational health -- Onchocerciasis -- Opioid epidemic -- Organ donation and transplantation -- Pain --
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) -- Pandemic -- Parasites -- Parrot fever -- Pasteurization -- Physical activity -- Piercing and tattoos -- Plague -- Pneumonia -- Poisoning -- Polio -- Population -- Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Poverty -- Prevention -- Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) -- Public health administration -- Public health engineers -- Public Health Foundation (PHF) -- Public health nurses -- Q fever -- Quarantine and isolation -- Rabies -- Radiation -- Refugee health -- Reproductive health -- Ringworm -- Risk factors and assessment -- Road traffic safety -- Rotavirus -- Rubella -- Rural health -- Safe sex -- Salmonella -- Sanitation -- Scarlet fever -- Schistosomiasis -- School health -- Scurvy -- Secondhand smoke -- Senior health -- Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) -- Sexual assault -- Sexually transmitted diseases -- Shigellosis -- Shingles -- Sick building syndrome -- Sleep deprivation -- Smallpox -- Smoking -- Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) -- Sociologists -- Sodium -- Staphylococcal infections -- Stress -- Stroke -- Substance abuse and dependence -- Suicide -- Sun protection -- Syphilis -- Telehealth -- Tetanus -- Tobacco control -- Trachoma -- Travel health -- Tuberculosis -- Tularemia -- Typhoid fever -- Typhus -- U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) -- United States Public Health Service (USPHS) -- Universal health care -- Vaccination -- Vaping/e-cigarettes -- Veterinary medicine --
Violence -- Visual health -- Vitamins -- Vulnerable populations -- Water -- West Nile virus -- Whooping cough -- Women's health -- Workplace safety -- World Health Organization (WHO) -- Yellow fever -- Zika fever -- Zoonosis.
Access
Access restricted to authorized users and institutions.
Summary
The Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health is an authoritative source on public health issues. Topics focus on health crises affecting the public at large, ranging from epidemic and pandemic diseases (H1N1, Malaria, food-borne illnesses, West Nile etc.); chronic conditions such as famine, malnutrition, cancer and diabetes; and social issues such as sexual abuse, obesity, bullying and new substance abuse issues, plus much more.
System Details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Note
Description based on title page of print version.
Subject
Public health -- Encyclopedias.
Public Health
Genre/Form
Electronic books.
Encyclopedia
Added Author
Narins, Brigham, 1962- editor.
Credo Reference (Firm), distributor.
Note
Encyclopedia of public health
Other Form:
Print version: 0028666712 9780028666716 2 volumes : illustrations (chiefly color), maps, portraits
ISBN
9781787857315 electronic version
9780028666716 set : alkaline paper
9780028666723 volume 1 : alkaline paper
9780028666730 volume 2 : alkaline paper
9780028666709 electronic book
0028666704 electronic book