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- Disasters and preparedness
- Infectious diseases, including AIDS, SARS, MERS, ZIKA, noroviruses and emerging infections
- Environmental issues from air quality to water, sanitation and health to global warming
- Maternal and infant health
- Cancer causes and prevention
- Other non-communicable diseases, including stroke, CVD and diabetes
- Health reform, health insurance and other health services topics
- Rural health and hospitals
- Health disparities and inequities, health of women and children, family violence
- Design and assessment of clinical trials
- A variety of issues related to children, including autism and effects of environmental pollutants and toxicants, bullying, substance use and driving
- Public health in North Carolina and globally
- And much more
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