Strategies for Tobacco Control in Mexico
"Perspectives on Tobacco Control in Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean" is a one-week course offered in Cuernavaca, Mexico, in collaboration with Mexico''s National Institute of Public Health. Since 2000, the course has been offered every other year and is in high demand by students throughout Latin America. The course provides a comprehensive overview of tobacco and tobacco-related issues from a public health perspective.
Crime and Obesity
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Buzz. No Death.
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