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Ethics of Public Health Messaging Abroad: Are the Recent Zika-Related Recommendations of Various Health Agencies Unjustified Paternalism or Sound Public Health Guidance?

by Matt Dias• The role of public health agencies is to facilitate approaches to health planning by supporting health promotion, prevention, and preparedness activities. And in theory, good public health messaging supports these aims. Yet in recent months, various governmental health agencies around the globe have faced sharp criticisms in response to certain recommendations they […]

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