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Research on Influenzas

Introduction: Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and sometimes, the lungs. Despite significant advancements in medical science and healthcare, influenza remains a major public health concern worldwide due to its ability to rapidly spread and mutate. This research paper delves into the causes, impacts, and potential treatments for influenza, aiming to provide comprehensive insight into this...
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The “Asthma Valley”: Environmental Injustice in the South Bronx

Board Membe: Sherry Mi ·
Environmental injustice arises when minority or low-income communities are disproportionately exposed to environmental hazards. The United States perpetuates a negative cycle between environmental injustice and health disparities, as represented in the South Bronx, a neighborhood of New York City. The neighborhood is known as the “asthma valley” due to high local asthma rates: residents face detrimental air pollutants, which significantly debilitate their respiratory tract (Kilani). Asthma...
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The Underlying Correlations of Public Health and Urban Development

This article discusses the intersection of public health and real estate development in addressing the challenges facing cities today. It emphasizes the potential of development projects to enhance communities by addressing inequality, environmental racism, health outcomes, and climate change. The authors emphasize the importance of sophisticated tools and methods to ensure that projects have a positive impact on communities and stakeholders. Adele Houghton and Matthew Kiefer collaborated to...
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