3 Healthy Food Lies
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Emerging infectious diseases the publics view of the problem and what should be expected from the public health
In 1999, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a series of reports describing ten great public health achievements in the United States during the 20th century 2 . The topics were chosen based on their impact on reducing death, illness, and disability in the United States, and include advances such as vaccinations, improved maternal and child health, safer and healthier food, fluoridation of drinking water, and safer workplaces. Also among this list is control of infectious diseases, resulting from improvements in sanitation, access to clean water, and the development and use of effective vaccines and antibiotics. So dramatic were these advancements that by the middle of the 20th century infectious diseases were no longer viewed as major public health threats in the United States and in many other developed countries. This false sense of security was short lived, however, as newly recognized and reemerging diseases continued to appear, many of which produced...