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近日，世界卫生组织宣布，埃博拉疫情不再是引发国际关注的突发公共卫生事件。世界卫生组织总干事陈冯富珍在听取了埃博拉疫情紧急会议 的建议后宣布，目前西非应对埃博拉的能力很强，西非三国拥有在应对埃博拉疫情方面世界领先的专家团队。世界卫生组织预计未来还可能会出现可控制的小规模感 染病例。
2016年1月25日 根据世界卫生组织下设的“终止儿童期肥胖症委员会（the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity）”1月25日在日内瓦正式提交的调研报告，儿童肥胖率的迅速上升已经成为一个紧迫的全球公共卫生问题，尤其是在中、低收入国家。儿童肥胖具有远期的发病和死亡风险，并影响受教育程度和生命质量。社会和政府必须采取紧急而有意义的行动来解决这个问题。
Vol 2, No 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Screening of mouse strain susceptive to chronic stress depression and preliminary research of its susceptive mechanism||PDF (简体中文)|
|Long-jin XU, Ke-zhou Wang||1|
|A study on the status and influence factors of the job burnout of anesthesiologists||PDF (简体中文)|
|Lu-yao Wang, Hui-rong Yang||9|
|Retrospect and prospect for blood pressure test among residents above 35 years old at first visit in Jiading district in Shanghai||PDF (简体中文)|
|An-le Li, Yue-qin Shao, Hong Yuan, Yi-ying Zhang||18|
|On comprehensive prevention and control strategies of hand foot mouth disease||PDF (简体中文)|
|Teaching reform and practice of medical genetics teaching in the cultivation of innovative thinking and clinical practice ability of medical students||PDF (简体中文)|
|Ying-zhen Zhang, Wen-Jing Pu||27|
Exchange of experience
|Efficacy observation of Fufang Kaliziran Ding combined with Qubai Babuqi Talets in the treatment of vitiligo||PDF (简体中文)|
|Jun Zhang, Guang-bo Shao||32|
|Clinical analysis of 103 cases of invasive pulmonary fungal infection||PDF (简体中文)|
|Zu-ping Zhang, Zhi-ping Zeng||35|
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