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    Disease-causing bacteria resistant to multiple types of antibiotics have emerged in recent years. Ellen Silbergeld wants to pinpoint the source.
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    If Sept. 11 and the fall anthrax attacks changed everything, how can we make things change for the better?


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    Achieving a delicate balance: public health and personal values


    Watching a virus spread; productivity equals longevity; epidemiology isn't about skin; and more


    Almost a casualty of World War I, the School always responds to the call of duty and fights for health in wartime.


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    Everybody hates uncertainty. Newsflash: It's unavoidable.