The Role of the Police Power in 21st Century Public Health
The state may use police power to enforce public health standards, raising issues of conflict between private rights and societal rights. The public health hold order allows states to detain individuals who may pose a public health threat to the community. Police power is often ineffective at enforcing public health standards against individuals.
Publication Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Burnout is a pathological syndrome in which emotional depletion and maladaptive detachment develop in response to prolonged occupational stress. The studies in the medical literature that address the level of burnout and associated personal and work factors, health and performance issues and resources and interventions in resident are reviewed.
Publication Name: JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association
"Mom, I hate broccoli!"
A seven-step plan to healthy eating for the whole family is provided along with a few tips and advice from the book 'Family Power'. Healthy eating includes eating whole-grain foods, which is high in fiber and can reduce constipation a common problem in kids.
Publication Name: Weight Watchers Magazine
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