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The global supply of fruits and vegetables falls short of the needs of the population, according to a study by researchers at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health.

Low fruit and vegetable intake is a leading risk factor for death and disability globally and is attributed to approximately 1.7 million annual deaths worldwide. With current global dietary guidelines recommending a daily fruit and vegetable consumption of at least five servings, researchers analyzed whether the supply of fruits and vegetables is sufficient to meet current and growing population needs.

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Emory on Coursera: Understanding Violence

In their upcoming free, open-access Coursera course, “Understanding Violence,” Emory professors Deb Houry and Pamela Scully offer a multidisciplinary glimpse into the complex problem of violence. Coursera is Emory’s partner for MOOCs (massive open online courses). The class runs Sept. 3 through Oct. 22.

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Illustrating a Point

Illustrating A Point is a practicum where students are asked to create posters on a selection of public health topics for the Rollins School of Public Health. Topics include handwashing, obesity, mental health, safe sex and tobacco use. All art is created in a 4x5 foot poster format and is on display at the Claudia Nance Rollins Building on Emory University's campus.

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Following CDC's recommended immunization schedule gives you the power to protect your baby from 14 serious childhood diseases by age 2.

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