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Chronic diseases are the leading causes of mortality and morbidity for Americans but public health surveillance for these conditions is limited. Health departments currently use telephone interviews, medical surveys, and death certificates to gather information on chronic diseases but these... Read more

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Hypoglycemia is a serious sequela of diabetes treatment that is not tracked by current health surveillance efforts despite substantial related morbidity and mortality. We take a novel approach to hypoglycemia surveillance, engaging members of an international online diabetes social network in... Read more

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Although heat illness is preventable, it is a leading cause of death among U.S. high school and college athletes (1). Despite this, the total burden of heat illness during sports and recreation is unknown. With over 250 million U.S. residents reporting occasional participation in sports or... Read more

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In May of 2001, Boston released a strategic transportation plan to improve bicycle access and safety. [1] According to the Boston Transportation Department, ridership has increased 122% between 2007 and 2009. [2] A collaborative public health and public safety task force was initiated in 2010 to... Read more

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