Public Health

Public health oversees a wide range of crucial aspects, including ensuring safe work environments, maintaining clean air and water, preventing chronic diseases, controlling the spread of infectious diseases, reducing car accidents, and establishing high-quality healthcare systems. Working in conjunction with national and local governments, public health professionals also respond to natural disasters, pandemics, and other threats to population health. The benefits of public health extend to everyone, regardless of age, wealth, or health status, with its impact felt collectively and on an individual scale. By addressing the health needs of millions of people simultaneously, public healthcare surpasses what any individual can achieve alone, although individual medical care remains essential when dealing with illness.

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