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Public health on Tyneside, 1850-80.

John Smith

Public health on Tyneside, 1850-80.

by John Smith

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Written in English


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In: Essays in Tyneside labour history, 1977. pp.25-46. (Newcastle upon Tyne).

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  Aschengrau (epidemiology, Boston University School of Public Health) and Seage (epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health) incorporate the latest ideas in the field in this introduction to principles of epidemiology in public health. There is a major emphasis on study design, with separate chapt/5(14). The only possible explanation is that artificial fluoride weakens teeth in Newcastle and North Tyneside. Public Health England’s belief that water fluoridation reduces tooth decay is built on.

A return to a pre-coronavirus "normal is not going to happen anytime soon", a South Tyneside health chief has said. Since the national lockdown came into force in March, new Covid cases and.   Health promotion is of particular importance to midwives who promote health rather than manage disease and ill health. Although the midwife has always had a role in public health, there is now an explicit need for the profession to direct its attention to teenage pregnancy, smoking cessation, drug awareness and domestic violence.


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