Archive for December 17th, 2009

“In 1916 the [International] Health Board established its first county health unit in North Carolina…. Although directed primarily at hookworm, these units were educational¬†in scope, awakening people to the importance of public health and hygiene. “North Carolina was not a healthy place. Its population, 85 percent of which was rural, suffered from ‘low-ebb vitality’ brought […]

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