100 objects that shaped public health

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An amazing article posted on the website of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health details the 100 objects that changed our life, in positive or negative way.

As you will see, you could spend hours discovering those objects and, one by one, you will either discover something you ignored or confirm what you already know. But basically, each one will relate to one aspect of your health.

From Aerosol Cans to Cigarettes, from Airbag to Gin Tonic, from the Horseshoe Crab to the Hard Hat.

This article really deserve a blog post as it will really inform us on the historical background of each of those objects.

 

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