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Public health posters

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    • found: Work cat.: Mouth watch is a bodyguard : teeth need your tender loving care, 1993(1 poster : color ; 65 x 49 cm; produced by the SPC Community Health Services)
    • found: Look fit, be healthy! : aim for a healthy weight, 1993(1 poster : color ; 55 x 80 cm; produced by the SPC Community Health Services)
    • found: "Love with care" : a community commitment : prevent AIDS, 1992(1 poster : color ; 62 x 43 cm; produced by the Pacific Islands AIDS and STD Prevention Programme, South Pacific Commission)
    • found: Babies were born to be breastfed, 2004?(1 poster : black and white ; 61 x 46 cm; published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services)
    • found: MyPyramid for preschoolers : eat right, exercise, have fun, 2009(1 poster : color ; 61 x 90 cm; published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service)
    • found: Teeth need your tender loving care : these beautiful Pacific smiles ... or this, the choice is yours!, 1992(1 poster : color ; 43 x 62 cm; produced by the SPC Community Health Services)
    • found: Chinese public health posters, via U.S. National Library of Medicine website, Aug. 28, 2017.
    • found: Public health posters, via Zazzle website, Aug. 28, 2017(examples shown have titles such as: Don't gamble with syphilis; Stamp out syphilis and gonorrhea; Planned housing fights disease; Pneumonia strikes; Keep your teeth clean; Cover coughs, cover sneezes; Balanced diet for the expectant mother; The public health nurse; Coughs and sneezes spread diseases; Your family needs protection against syphilis; Fight tuberculosis; Hand washing steps; Report dog bites)
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    • 2017-08-27: new
    • 2017-11-03: revised
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