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Different Takes: After Failures On Opioids, Tobacco, Government Needs To Toughen Up On Youth Vaping; Banning E-Cigs Is Bad Policy

Editorial writers focus on the public health dangers of vaping. The Washington Post: We Failed On Tobacco And Opioids. Can We Get It Right On Vaping? Of course, it was pure accident that news of a possible court settlement with Purdue Pharma landed about the same time as the latest figures on mysterious vaping deaths… Read More »

In Congo, a New Plan to Fight Ebola Follows a Government Power Struggle

Faced with a lethal Ebola outbreak threatening eastern Africa, public health officials are conceding that their battle plan is failing and have proposed a comprehensive new strategy for containing the virus. It envisions reframing the epidemic as a regional humanitarian crisis, not simply a health emergency. That may include more troops or police to quell… Read More »

Becrypt achieves UK Government G-Cloud 11 Certification

Becrypt’s MDM+, Security Operations Centre and Managed Desktop Services added to the framework London, UK – 5th July 2019 – Becrypt, a trusted provider of cybersecurity software products and services, today announced that it is certified under the G-Cloud 11 framework to deliver cloud software and support services. This is the sixth consecutive year that… Read More »

WHO, Pharma, Gates and Government: Who’s Calling the Shots?

By Barbara Loe Fisher The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a report on January 16, 2019 ranking “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top “10 Threats to Global Health in 2019,” alongside air pollution and climate change, noncommunicable diseases, global influenza pandemic, antimicrobial resistance and infectious diseases such as ebola, dengue fever and HIV.1 Throughout… Read More »