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How economic inequality harms societies | Richard Wilkinson

How economic inequality harms societies | Richard Wilkinson

You all know the truth of what I’m going to say. I think the intuition that inequality is divisive and socially corrosive has been around since before the French Revolution. What’s changed is we now can look at the evidence, we can compare societies, more and less equal societies, and see what inequality does. I’m

Coronavirus | Defining ‘community spread’

Coronavirus | Defining ‘community spread’

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Int’l community, WHO trust S. Korea’s capacity to counter COVID-19: FM

Int’l community, WHO trust S. Korea’s capacity to counter COVID-19: FM

referring to the latest entry ban of South Korean nationals by China South Korea’s top diplomat says border controls or decisions made by the central government despite more countries imposing entry ban Kang jung-ho said on Thursday that diplomatic efforts are underway to tackle such issues we have strongly protested to some governments that took

Exploring Culture in CLAS Religion and Spirituality

And welcome to our latest webinar, Exploring Culture in CLAS: Religion and Spirituality. My name is Darci Graves, and I serve at the Senior Health Education and Policy Specialists with the Health Determinants and Disparities Practice at SRA International, which helps to support the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health Think

Public Health

Public Health

When you think about public health, you might think of hospitals and sick people. But Public health works behind the scenes to keep you, your family and your community safe and well, as you go about your day to day life. The water from the taps in your home is safe, secure and clean because