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130 0 Epidemics (Online)
245 10 Epidemics|h[electronic resource] /|cDavid Haugen and Susan
Musser, book editors.
264 1 Detroit [Mich.] :|bGale cengage Learning/Greenhaven Press,
264 4 |c©2011
300 1 online resource (273 pages) :|billustrations.
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
490 1 Opposing viewpoints series
504 Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 Infectious diseases are a threat to America and the world
/ Margaret A. Hamburg et al. -- The media exaggerate the
risks of infectious diseases / Colin Schultz -- The AIDS
pandemic is still a global health threat / Josh Ruxin --
The AIDS pandemic can be eliminated / Clare Wilson -- The
threat of a heterosexual AIDS pandemic is over / Jeremy
Laurance -- The obesity epidemic poses a global health
threat / Rita E. Carey -- The obesity epidemic is a myth /
Patrick Basham and John Luik -- The Indian superbug NDM-1
is a growing health threat / Michael Hanlon -- H1N1 was
never a serious threat to world health / Daniel J.
Ncayiyana -- H1N1 could have posed a serious threat to
world health / Mark Honigsbaum -- The government
manufactured the H1N1 threat / Karen DeCoster -- The
government did not manufacture the H1N1 threat / Sam
Vaknin -- Pharmaceutical companies paid health experts to
hype the H1N1 threat / Rudi C. Loehwing -- Health experts
were not paid to hype the H1N1 threat / Debora MacKenzie -
- Requiring mandatory vaccination is dangerous /
Associated Press -- Vaccines are safe and effective /
Brenda L. Bartlett and Stephen K. Tyring -- Compelling
evidence shows that vaccines trigger autism / J.B. Handley
-- Vaccines do not cause autism / Kelley King Heyworth --
Vaccination refusal is a right to safeguard personal
health / Sherri Tenpenny -- Vaccination refusal endangers
public health / Saad B. Omer et al. -- Federal and state
authorities are not prepared for a serious pandemic /
Stephen E. Flynn and Irwin Redlener -- Americans' concerns
about vaccination must be overcome to prepare for future
pandemics / Gillian K. SteelFisher et al. -- America is
not prepared for bioterrorism attacks / Tara O'Toole --
America is better prepared for bioterrorism attacks /
Aaron Katz, Andrea B. Staiti, and Kelly L. MacKenzie --
Nations have not shown willingness to overcome self-
interest in fighting pandemics / John Barry.
506 Available only to authorized users.
520 This volume explores topics relating to epidemics by
presenting varied expert opinions that examine many of the
different aspects that comprise these issues. The
viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly
respected and often hard-to-find sources and publications.
Allows the reader to attain the higher-level critical
thinking and reading skills that are essential in a
culture of diverse and contradictory opinions.
530 Also available in print.
538 Mode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 Epidemics.
650 0 Epidemiology.
655 0 Electronic books.
700 1 Haugen, David M.,|d1969-
700 1 Musser, Susan.
710 2 Thomson Gale (Firm)
710 2 Serials Solutions,|edistributor.
830 0 Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
856 40 |zAn electronic book accessible online|uhttp://
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