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public health

n.
The science and practice of protecting and improving the health of a community, as by preventive medicine, health education, control of communicable diseases, application of sanitary measures, and monitoring of environmental hazards.

pub′lic health′


n.
health services to improve and protect community health, esp. preventive medicine, immunization, and sanitation.
Translations

pub·lic health

n. salubridad pública, rama de la medicina que se dedica a la atención social, física y mental de los miembros de una comunidad.
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The Pubic Health Annual Report for Solihull said life expectancy for people living in parts of Chelmsley Wood, Smith's Wood and Kingshurst and Fordbridge can be potentially 10 years less than in other parts of the borough.
s Vice President of Food Safety & Pubic Health, has revealed the adoption of new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) Big Data and Data Science will ensure food safety, improve sustainability and help "bury the food bug".
The time and attention given to tending to our backyard gardens, our larger communities, our pubic health infrastructure, and our approach to addressing emerging infections will be apparent and on display when hat inevitable exploding aliveness occurs.
The promise that the cost O f the Olympics would energise people to take more exercise has proved a huge porky pie, which everyone who knew anything about sport and pubic health could have easily told the government of the time.
Animal Nutrition, Food Nutrition, Nutrition Science, Pubic Health Nutrition, Sports & Exercise Nutrition and many more areas.
LARNACA municipality has tasked Lloyd's Register Energy with carrying out an independent study into the potential effects to the environment and pubic health from the operation of companies that provide support services to the natural gas and oil industry.
Several of the hospitals ordered to be shut down by the Ministry of Pubic Health and Population last August remain in operation.
CLOSE TO 4000 QUEENSLAND HEALTH workers, including nearly 1000 nurses and midwives, have been sacked as the Liberal-National party government in Queensland has laid the groundwork for private operators to move in to the pubic health system.
One of the roles of a pubic health nurse was to give puberty talks to young girls but Stormann was not allowed to do the same for young boys.
But judging by the spread of past sexually transmitted infections, including the AIDS epidemic, there's every reason to expect the disease should and will be a universal pubic health concern.
Leading figures from the medical profession said many of these were often preventable and called for the Welsh Government to make injuries a pubic health priority.