UC Berkeley researchers find intergenerational impacts of famine

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A UC Berkeley-led study found that generations after it ended, descendants of those who suffered through the Great Chinese Famine of the 1950s and 1960s are still disproportionately vulnerable to infectious disease.
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COVID-19, the new STD

A new STD is afflicting the world. We all know what this STD is: COVID-19. And yes, it is an STD, a “socially transmitted disease.”  
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Berkeley Health Report lacks data on LGBTQ+, immigrant communities

The city of Berkeley recently completed the 2018 Health Status Report, assessing a broad range of data to better understand the social inequities of health conditions affecting our community, assess prevention efforts and identify emerging health threats. This information is crucial because if we can better understand not just the
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