Timeline of global health
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13:20, 4 December 2018
What the timeline is still missing
* Yawei Zhang's book ''Encyclopedia of Global Health'' has a timeline at the beginning that seems solid, so it would be good to incorporate info from there.
* Quotes from Vipul (quoted with permission):
** "See also http://www.victorianweb.org/science/health/health10.html "
** "I think it can be helpful to highlight how in the first half of the 19th century, medieval diseases such as smallpox and the plague began to be overtaken by the diseases of density and industrial environments such as cholera, typhus, typhoid, etc. in Europe and the United States"
** "and stuff on the way cholera, typhus, typhoid, etc. became bigger, spurred by urbanization, industralization, and greater trade and commerce"
** "Cholera probably spread India -> Europe -> US"
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