Harvard School of Public Health
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: May 11, 2007 Puffing Away That PG Rating
QUOTE: Under the new policy, a film’s rating will consider all tobacco use, rather than just teenage smoking, as in the past. But the board stopped short of guaranteeing that tobacco use would be considered as heavily as sex, violence or drug use in assigning a rating.
New York Times Sep 05, 2006 Number of Uninsured Children Rises: Census Figures Show 8.3 Million Youths Lacked Health Coverage in 2005
QUOTE: The discouraging development surprised some health experts, who attributed the change to budget crunches that led some states to curtail enrollment of children in government-subsidized plans and steady declines in the number of people who receive health insurance through their jobs.
Washington Post Aug 01, 2005 Teen Dating Violence Takes a Double Toll: Female victims more likely to contract sexually transmitted diseases, study finds
QUOTE: As many as one in three sexually active teenage girls may have been the victim of dating violence. And those same girls are also at a significantly higher risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV.
HealthDay Mar 22, 2005 New EPA Mercury Rule Omits Conflicting Data: Study Called Stricter Limits Cost-Effective
ABSTRACT: Officials from the Environmental Protection Agency claimed that mercury emissions laws have already cost the power industry more money than they have saved in terms of public health. However, Harvard researchers reached the opposite conclusion and estimated that the health benefits from mercury limits were 100 times greater than the EPA reported.
Washington Post Jul 10, 2003 F.D.A. Announces Label Requirement for Artery-Clogger
QUOTE: If people eat foods high in trans fat and there is no warning label and then they have a heart attack at some point, there has to be legal liability.
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