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PodcastsAugust 2014

Health Newsfeed  - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Elizabeth Tracey talks with Dr. Keshia Pollack about the surprisingly large number of people killed or injured while walking and how to reduce them. 

October 2013

Public Health on the Inside - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chair, Deborah A. P. Hersman, discusses the impact drunk driving has on our nation’s health, and the high cost of injury and deaths attributed to alcohol-impaired related crashes.

January 2012

HHS HealthBeat - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Keshia Pollack discusses ways for parents to reduce children's injury risk during physical activity.

November 2011

Public Health on the Inside - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Recognized by public health professionals for his role in the recent increase on Maryland alcohol taxes, David Jernigan, PhD, director of the Center of Alcohol Marketing and Youth, discusses his work as a scientist, an advocate and why policy change takes time.

May 2006

Lawnmower Injuries: Discussion with David Bishai, MD, PhD, MPH
Each year, nearly 80,000 Americans require hospital treatment from injuries caused by lawn mowers, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

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The morning of July 20, 2004, Connie was driving her usual route to work on a scenic, two-lane, winding road in the horse country of Virginia, when a young man driving the opposite way fell asleep at the wheel and crashed head-on into her car.  At that moment, Connie’s life depended on the U.S. trauma system. 

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