food deserts defined and examined

What exactly is a food desert? The term food desert was first coined in the 1990s in Scotland.  It is used to describe locations where there is little or no access to healthy foods. This is often due to a lack of "normal" and "safe" food sources (i.e. supermarkets). When residents do not have regular …

medical model vs. population health model

Medical Model Population Health Model Geared toward a clinically-oriented system   Studies the effects any given health ailment   Changes the way society and the individual interact   Individuals engage in guided self-managed care Places the fault with the individual   Assumes that there is something wrong with people who consume too much sodium and …

a description of moose and cost-benefit analysis of moose conservation

Moose/Eurasian elk [Alces alces] are the largest of all the deer species. They can be found in the temperate and subarctic regions of Europe, North America and Asia in boreal and mixed deciduous forests. The males of the species are well-known for their massive antlers that can spread 1.8 meters from end to end. The …