Populations, Public Health, and the Law

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INDEX
Abel, Richard, 226–27
accountability, 135
Acheson Report (1997), 9
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), 130–31
administrative law: and agency authority, 61–62; individualism in, 63, 65–66; populationbased legal analysis in, 65–68; public health influence on, 36; public health methods and, 69
Administrative Procedures Act, 65
advanced directives, 146
advertising: of cigarettes and tobacco, 176; of drug prices, 174; and freedom of speech, 171–74, 183; and tort law, 225. See also commercial speech doctrine
advocacy groups, 31
Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, 252
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), 253
Agriculture Department (USDA), 59–60, 62, 63, 66
AIDS. See HIV/AIDS
air pollution, 37, 91
alcohol abuse, 163n23
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 130–31
analogical reasoning, 17, 53, 58–59
Annas, George, 253–54
anthrax attacks, 51, 109, 191
antibiotics, 129
Article I of U.S. Constitution, 80–82, 91, 93, 98–99
Article III of U.S. Constitution, 66
asbestos exposure, 230
associational standing, 66
assumption of risk defense, 224–25
asthma, 35
authoritarianism, 268
automobiles. See motor vehicle safety
autonomy, 116, 149
availability heuristic, 171
avian influenza, 192, 200
Barry, John, 193
Beaglehole, Robert, 12
Beauchamp, Dan E., 10, 14, 51
Beef Hormone Case, 252–53
Beef Promotion and Research Act of 1985, 180
behavioral problems and childhood obesity, 168
Bendectin, 232
Benforado, Adam, 169, 172
Biggs, Herman, 33, 38
Bill of Rights, 125, 144. See also specific amendments
bioethics, 143, 161, 197, 202
biostatistics, 233. See also epidemiology
bioterrorism, 134, 271, 272
bird flu, 192, 200
birth control, 33, 144
Black Death, 11, 245
Blackmun, Harry: on commercial speech doctrine, 175, 184; on expert testimony, 232; on positive rights to care and protection, 151
Bloche, Gregg, 206
blood lead levels, 34
BMI (body mass index), 167–68
boards of health, 31, 36–37, 38
body mass index (BMI), 167–68
Bonita, Ruth, 12
botulism, 63
Bouvia, Elizabeth, 155, 160
bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), 59
Bradley, Joseph, 120, 121
Brandeis, Louis: on federalism, 78, 101; realist approach of, 44
Brandt, Allan, 17
Braveman, Paula, 257
Brennan, William, on federalism, 89
Breyer, Stephen, on commercial speech, 177–78
BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy), 59

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