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1 year ago

Come say hi at Obesity Week 2015 httpift.tt1H9DfCm

1 year ago

Too much TV linked to 8 leading causes of death

1 year ago

Making TV viewing a bit less sedentary | Obesity Panacea

If youve been reading Obesity Panacea for a while now, youll likely be all too aware thatsitting too much is literally killing you. As Travis has described before, regardless of how much time you spend at the gym, the more time you spend engaging in sedentary behaviour (e.g. sitting) the greater your chance of numerous…

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1 year ago

Sweet tweets: How Big Soda uses Social Media to dilute critiques | Translational Global Health

Dr Becky Freeman is an early career research fellow at the School of Public Health, University of Sydney. Her primary research interests include tobacco control, obesity prevention, and how online and social media influence public health.

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1 year ago

Why Aren't We All Machine-Friendly Researchers? - Absolutely Maybe

I blame the writing and research impactadvice we get. At least in part. It doesnt prepare us as well as it could for our relationship with machines. When were told to think of the reader, what follows usuallyneglectsthe non-human ones. And when was the last time you saw a stakeholder map with computers or…

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1 year ago

Amsterdam's Wonderful Bicycle Culture httpift.tt1We5uGU

1 year ago

Des Moines, Iowa Assistant Professor, School of Nursing Job at Mercy College of Health Sciences - NursingFacultyJobs.com

1 year ago

El Ni

Dr Bernard Bett is a veterinary epidemiologist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), where he co-leads research on emerging zoonotic diseases in developing countries. He is a partner in the Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium, an ESPA-funded research programme exploring the linkages between ecosystems, disease and poverty. He works with various actors…

http://blogs.plos.org/globalhealth/2015/10/el-nino-predictions-signal-urgent-need-to-prepare-for-epidemic-in-eastern-africa/



1 year ago

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American Career College (ACC)has been helping people succeed since 1978 and we are currently seeking a part-timeNursingInstructor (Associate Degree in Nursing program) to teach our pediatrics courses at the Los Angeles campus. This is an outstanding opportunity for a service-oriented individual to help our students begin their journey toward their new careers.

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1 year ago

A practical intervention to reduce salt intake in Per