Including comprehensive coverage ofÂ health disparities commonly encountered in pediatric and adult pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine, Achieving Respiratory Health Equality in the United StatesÂ providesÂ a definitive reference on this prominent issue. Expert authors explore questions such as:Â * What is the evidence that respiratory healthÂ disparities exist? * What do we know about the causes of the disparities? * What are the clinical implications?Â * What can be done to address the particular disparities and thus achieve health equality? Recognizing the magnitude of this problem, the American Thoracic Society (ATS) Executive Committee created a Health Equality Sub-Committee, with an initial mandate of defining respiratory health disparities and respiratory health equality in the United States. This book will follow the format of a workshop on respiratory health equalityÂ held before the 2015 ATS International MeetingÂ and led by editor Juan Carlos Celedon. Written by the workshop presenters, this bookÂ will focus closely on major risk factors for health, specific respiratory diseases for which health disparities are known to occur, and potential approaches to eliminate such disparities.Â Achieving Respiratory Health Equality in the United States is a timely resource forÂ researchers, clinicians, and public health practitioners in respiratory medicine.Â
If you are an average American, the majority of what you put into your mind and body each day is causing you to become acidic. Most Americans are acidic and do not know it until it strikes in the form of conditions such as Heart disease, Arthritis, Gastro problems or Cancer. This small book reveals "causes" and the remedies for the acidic condition. Our Health-Care system is a system based on treating the effects of illness, not the causes of illness. The Author shares his journey along with the solutions he found to regaining his own health. This book is for anyone who is ready to move from illness to wellness. This book is for people who like the Author have decided to take 100% responsibility for their health and understand that addressing the cause of illness is the answer, not treating the effects or symptoms. Let this book be your first step in stopping the spiral downward of your health to that of feeling better every-day. It can be done and you can do it !
If you want to achieve something, if you want to write a book, paint a picture, be sure the center of your existence is somewhere else and that it s solidly grounded; only then will you be able to keep your cool and laugh at the attacks that are bound to come. P. Feyerabend This is a book about interdisciplinary public health reasoning and epidemic m- th elling, in general, and the study of the infamous 14 century AD Black Death d- aster, in particular. We focus on the intellectual context in which epidemic mod- ling takes place, in a way that accounts for the present-day interdisciplinary and multicultural trends in scientific inquiry. Like most scientific fields, public health research defines itself based on knowledge, which raises serious epistemic and cognitive issues. Therefore, we maintain that for public health modellers to fu- tion in an often complex environment, they should be aware of the divergent c- ceptions of knowledge and the technological changes that these imply, the mul- ple sources of information commonly available and their reliability, the different styles of thinking adopted by the disciplines involved, and the importance of - veloping sound interdisciplinary knowledge integration skills."
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