What are the most significant public health achievements in your opinion and explain why?

first one 
After reading chapter 1, what are the most significant public health achievements in your opinion and explain why? How do these achievements impact current health promotion efforts? Where do you hope to make an impact within the field of Public Health? Has any experience in your life contributed to your interest in this field

2nd one 
Healthy People 2020 has a variety of risk reduction objectives based on content areas. If given a choice, what content area would you want to be employed in? Provide a rationale for this choice.

3rd one 
Looking Ahead
IN-BASKET ASSIGNMENT
TO: Agency Health Education and Health Promotion Personnel
FROM: The Director
RE: Looking Ahead
We are doing long-range planning for the agency. Please submit a two-page report describing the historical achievements in prevention efforts facilitated by local, federal and professional organizations. In your report, identify the health issues of the 19th and 20th centuries and the social factors that influenced public health communication in addressing these health issues. Predict what you think will be the major health issues for the next decade. Which of these can be most impacted by health education and health promotion?
The weekly Assignments are meant to replicate actual communications between supervisor and employee in a public health organization. These weekly emails are requests from your “Boss” and should be treated as such. In other words, there are no strict formatting or length requirements. However, you will be graded on your professionalism as well as your content. Your instructor will be “grading” you as a supervisor, so, do your best!

Identify if each of the following statements is True or False.

Identify if each of the following statements is True or False. True False The first amino acid in the initiation of translation for bacteria is N-formyl methionine. True False Even the smallest rRNA molecule is larger than a typical tRNA molecule. True False The first charged tRNA never occupies the A site. True False Ribosomes are identical in eukaryotes and bacteria.Identify if each of the following statements is True or False. True False The first amino acid in the initiation of translation for bacteria is N-formyl methionine. True False Even the smallest rRNA molecule is larger than a typical tRNA molecule. True False The first charged tRNA never occupies the A site. True False Ribosomes are identical in eukaryotes and bacteria.

How do we know this is recessive and not incomplete dominant?

How do we know this is recessive and not incomplete dominant?In relation to this article: A high density of X-linked genes for general cognitive ability: a run-away process shaping human evolution?How do we know this is recessive and not incomplete dominant?In relation to this article: A high density of X-linked genes for general cognitive ability: a run-away process shaping human evolution?

What is required to kill endospores?

 
Ch. 4 Discussion topics.

What is required to kill endospores? How do you suppose archaeologists were able to date some spores as being thousands (or millions) of years old?
Explain or illustrate exactly what will happen to the cell wall if the synthesis of the interbridge is blocked by penicillin. What if the glycan is hydrolyzed by lysozyme?

Which treatment condition produced more catalase positive bacteria?

1) Which treatment condition produced more catalase positive bacteria? What can explain the difference in the number of catalase positive bacteria?2) Write out the reaction that is catalyzed by the enzyme catalase. Why is this enzyme important?1) Which treatment condition produced more catalase positive bacteria? What can explain the difference in the number of catalase positive bacteria?2) Write out the reaction that is catalyzed by the enzyme catalase. Why is this enzyme important?