We Won’t End HIV Without Talking About It Openly: Dr. Han’s Moving Speech

We Won’t End HIV Without Talking About It Openly: Dr. Han’s Moving Speech

I now want to introduce Dr. George Han, Deputy Health Officer for the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department [applause] Good evening everyone I really appreciated hearing the stories and that’s one of the reasons we come here to commemorate World AIDS Day, is to hear each other’s stories, um, and remember that countless […]

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Sue Desmond-Hellmann on health and healthcare – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

Sue Desmond-Hellmann on health and healthcare – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

Michael: We’re here today with Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Thank you very much for being with us today here at AEI. Sue: Sure. Glad to be here. Michael: You’ve done quite a bit. You had a public event this morning with Arthur Brooks, and I think you just finished […]

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AHA Healthy Food Financing Initiative

AHA Healthy Food Financing Initiative

An estimated 30 million people in America live in communities with limited supermarket access. These same communities often struggle with high rates of underemployment and diet-related diseases. Right now I’m a single mom with four children and I do not have transportation. So I depend a lot on public transportation. I have to go a […]

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Why should young adults get health insurance?

Why should young adults get health insurance?

NARRATOR: Why is it important for young adults to have health insurance? WOMAN 1: For health insurance I feel like you need it now because nobody’s invincible its just like having car insurance, you can always have a car accident. WOMAN 2: It’s a reassurance, knowing that you have health insurance backing you up, in […]

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Basic Food Safety: Chapter 2 “Health and Hygiene” (English)

Basic Food Safety: Chapter 2 “Health and Hygiene” (English)

Welcome to “Part Two: Health and Hygeine What is biological contamination? How does food worker health affect safety? What should you do when you are sick? What does good personal hygiene mean? Find the answers to these and other important Food Safety questions including: Proper handwashing and when it’s important How to avoid barehand contact […]

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Eastern Michigan University Center for Health Disparities Innovation and Studies (CHDIS)

Eastern Michigan University Center for Health Disparities Innovation and Studies (CHDIS)

(solemn piano music) – Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial ethnic group in United States. In Michigan, since 2000, it has 71% of growth for Asian American. Here in Hamtramck, this is the city has the highest Asian population where 24% of them identify themself as Asian. Despite the myths that Asian Americans are […]

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