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  August 2019   e-Newsletter Advertise | Editorial Calendar  
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> New Strategy to Prevent Acute Myocardial Infarction by Public Education
Yasunori Ueda, Director, Cardiovascular Division, NHO Osaka National Hospital
Many people still die from acute Myocardial Infarction (MI) in this era of optimal medical therapy. Since majority of death occurs before hospitalisation, prevention strategy is important. Half of acute MI patients are known to experience pre-infarction angina in Japan, and treating them at this stage can save their lives...
> Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being
Louise Underdahl, Lead Faculty Area Chair, College of Doctoral Studies Health Administration
Mental health and well-being issues have been cited as the number three global health challenge. In 2001, Australia launched Mental Health First Aid, a 12-hour training program which has established a global presence. Promoting MHFA is a judicious public health intervention to improve quality of life for the community and individuals...
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> Dominican Hospital Announces US$360 million Renovation...
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