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Epidemiology in the Jungle By Robin O'Neill
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An internet blog and a collection of photographs telling the story of a single girl traveling alone to Honduras to obtain data for a Master's Degree. The challenges and rewards of working in a third... More > world country, along with an unexpected military coup.< Less
Epidemiology in the Jungle By Robin O'Neill
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An internet blog and a collection of photographs telling the story of a single girl traveling alone to Honduras to obtain data for a Master's Degree. The challenges and rewards of working in a third... More > world country, along with an unexpected military coup.< Less
Injury Epidemiology: Fourth edition By Leon S. Robertson, Ph.D.
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Research on injuries is a high priority to inform public policy that reduces deaths, hospitalizations and associated costs. Principles for research design and analysis of injury incidence and... More > severity are emphasized. Review of extant surveillance data reveals numerous flaws that must be changed to increase usefulness of the data. Research designs of studies of injury causation and evaluation of countermeasures are often inappropriate and mislead analytic and injury control efforts. Appendices to chapters illustrate research projects that influenced public policy affecting the reduction of motor vehicle fatalities per population by half in the U.S. The principles illustrated by these studies can be applied to other types of injury.< Less
Handbook for Foundations of Epidemiology By David R. Black, Michael A. Johnson
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Required textbook for HK 44500 Fall 2015 at Purdue University.
Handbook for Foundations of Epidemiology By David R. Black, Michael A. Johnson
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Epidemiology Causes of Diseases By Homework Help Classof1
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What are the six main causes of disease? Briefly describe each one.
Epidemiology Nutritional Imbalances By Homework Help Classof1
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Give an example of three diseases caused by nutritional imbalances.
Epidemiology & Public Health: Common Exam Questions and Answers By B Joseph PhD, MPH
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This booklet is designed to help Epidemiology and Public Health students understand basic concepts. It helps them answer common exam questions in Epidemiology and Public Health. Formulas and... More > interpretation of Epidemiological questions are provided. It is a must have booklet for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.< Less
The Gospel of Dan: and Other Tales Of The Epidemiology of Homelessness By M. A. Bliss
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Homelessness. Copyright 2006
Prevalence & epidemiology of overweight and obesity among upper primary school children By Soniya Ashtekar, Sarita Mantri
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Worldwide, disease profile are transforming at a rapid pace catching the attention of medical professionals and policy makers alike. This is particularly true in low and middle-income countries that... More > form the major chunk of global population. The emerging epidemics of obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes form the crux of this phenomenal change. Among these entities, obesity has become a colossal epidemic causing serious public health concern and contributes to 2.6 million deaths worldwide every year.1Obesity is associated with an increased risk of morbidity and mortality as well as reduced life expectancy. The last two decade of previous century have witnessed dramatic increase in health care cost due to obesity and related issues among children and adolescents.2 For children and adolescents, overweight and obesity are defined using age and sex specific cut-offs for body mass index (BMI)< Less