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Posted on June 25, 2014 by SpringBoard | 0 comments
In addition to promoting prevention and healthy living, the field of public health addresses the root causes of poor health, from income, employment, housing and nutrition, to genetics and access to quality health care services. Yet treating the root causes of poor health rather than the symptoms of poor health receives remarkably little support in public policy. Public health operates largely at the margins of health policy in the United States, where health spending devoted to public health...
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