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A public health journal is a scientific journal devoted to the field of public health, including epidemiology, biostatistics, and health care (including nursing and all medical specialties). Most of these journals are peer-reviewed. Public health journals commonly arose as the journal of societies, such as the precursor to the British Medical Association, and would originally be collections of letters sent to the society by distant members, with an account of the proceedings of the society's recent meetings distributed to various members and the library. The increase in public health research since WWII has seen a rapid increase in the number of articles and journals.

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