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Raising The Retirement Age In The United States Could Save Billions In Social Security Payments

... programwas created, the government must develop a policy that reflects the realityof changing life expectancy and health status, Manton said. The average life expectancy in the United States today is about 75.5 years-- slightly over 73 for men and about 79 for women. The average life expectancywas 61.7 wh...

UNC-CH Study Shows State Protects HMO Clients Poorly

...Dr. Thomas C. Ricketts, deputy director for health policy analysis at the center. The researchers closely analyzed laws governing HMOs in North Carolina and looked specifically at the state's six largest HMOs. “Compared to other states or model acts proposed by the National Association of Insurance C...

Studies Find Public Policies For Children And Teenagers Not Very Effective

...isn't nearly aseffective in preventing drug use as policy makers had hoped, saysa new study that looks at the program's long-term effects. "The only clear effect that D.A.R.E. had six years after theprogram was that male high school seniors who participated in theprogram used harder drugs like amphet...

Society Of Actuaries Surveys Experts On Longer Life Spans And Forecasting Mortality For Social Security

...raphers, economists,medical researchers and public policy analysts attending the seminar respondedto the survey. The three NAFTA countries and the United Kingdom were representedamong the attendees. The survey covered three areas: forecast methodology, factors affectingmortality improvement, and qu...

Higher Prices Won't Stop Teenage Smokers

...thios, both economists and associate professors in policy analysis and management in Cornell's College of Human Ecology, and Phil Decicca, a graduate student in their department. Their findings are particularly relevant in light of the bill approved by the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee last week that wou...

Procter & Gamble Supports Yale University Collaboration For Public Health Training Throughout China

...ional health, environmental health sciences,health policy and administration, chronic disease epidemiology, epidemiology ofmicrobial diseases, and biostatistics, with special offerings in healthmanagement and regulatory affairs. P&G established its first joint venture in China in 1988, and is nowcel...

Cost-Effective Treatment Possible In Africa For HIV-Positive Pregnant Women If Drug Prices Lowered

... Kahn, MD, MPH, UCSF associate professor of health policy andepidemiology, and Joseph Saba, MD, clinical research specialist, UNAIDS. It is estimated that about 6 million women in Sub-Saharan Africa-- whichincludes the countries of South Africa, Uganda, and Tanzania among others--areHIV positive. The preva...

Unhealthy Lifestyles Not Primary Cause Of High Mortality Rates

... University of Michigan study. Scientists, policy makers and pundits have generally assumed that dis...tz , assistant professor of health management and policy at the U-M School of Public Health . Lantz's study, titled "Socioeconomic Factors, Health ...

States Must Be Held Accountable For New Health Plans For Children

...ivate, non-profit organizationthat provides health policy advice under a congressional charter granted to theNational Academy of Sciences. Pre-publication copies of America's Children: Health Insurance andAccess to Care are available from the <ahref="http://www.nap.edu">National Academy ...

Abstinence Reduces HIV For High-Risk Women - Even Those Who Relapse - Study Shows

...medical bills and earnings. Inparticular, it helps policy makers who are devising programs determine abreak-even success rate, given that a percentage of women who initially reducetheir high-risk behavior eventually relapse partially or completely. Small Changes, Big Impact Results of math modeling show ...

Voluntary HIV Counseling And Testing Reduce Risk Behavior In Developing Countries

... a wide range of clinical, behavioral science, and policy programs,and nearly 1,000 investigators....

Thousands Of AIDS Deaths Could Be Prevented With Expanded Medicaid Coverage, UCSF Study Concludes

... G. Kahn, MD, MPH,an associate professor of health policy and epidemiology with the UCSF AIDSResearch Instit..., a wide range of clinical, behavioralscience, and policy programs, and close to 1,000 investigators....

UCSF Researchers Seeing Increased Rates Of Unprotected Sex Among San Francisco Gay Men

..., awide range of clinical, behavioral science, and policy programs, and nearly1,000 investigators....

Many Gay Men Infected With HIV Are Opting To Delay Treatment, Despite Availability Of Drugs

..., a wide range of clinical,behavioral science, and policy programs, and nearly 1,000 investigators....

UCSF Study Finds Drug Treatment Can Be Cost Effective In Tanzania And Thailand For HIV-Positive Pregnant Women

.... Kahn, MD, MPH, UCSF associate professor ofhealth policy and epidemiology, who presented the findings at the Genevameeting; and Joseph Saba, MD, clinical research specialist, United Nations AIDSProgram. Last week, Glaxo Wellcome and other pharmaceutical manufacturers announced plansto reduce prices of A...

Policy Methods For Eliminating Child Labor

...d labor on a country-by-country basis must precede policy decisions, the researchers say....

'Mutual Insurance Pool' Could Improve Transplant Organ Shortage

...y incentives. The researchers, both public policy analysts in SFU's faculty ofbusiness administration, argue that an insurance pool would be more "politicallyfeasible." "The concept of mutual insurance is an old tradition," notes Vining. "Ithas a long and respected lineage, which should help...

New Elementary School Program Lowers Cardiovascular Risks In Children

...interventions. These findings suggest the need for policy changes at the elementary school level to place new emphasis on health and physical activities that can reduce CVD in childrens later lives. The cost-effectiveness of the classroom approach is an added benefit, since the more individualized approach...

Cereal Lessens Colon Cancer Risk

...arch conferences, andprovides educational, science policy and career programs in chemistry. Its mainoffices are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio....

New "Body-Friendly" Fat Substitute Can Help To Transform

...arch conferences, andprovides educational, science policy and career programs in chemistry. Its mainoffices are in Washington, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio. Additional information about Nu-Trim papers at the American Chemical Societynational meeting: W.H. Yokoyama, Ph.D., Western Regional Research Center, Alba...

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