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Hypertension labeling and sense of well-being. J R Bloom and S Monterossa Seventy-one individuals were mislabeled on the basis of a prevalence survey (N = 1,031) conducted in low-income community. They were told by a physician that they were hypertensive but were later judged normotensive on the...
Famine relief and imperial policy in early modern Morocco: the political functions of public health. A R Meyers There has been no systematic ethnology nor comparative history of public health. In fact, there has been a broad consensus that prior to the arrival of missionaries and colonial health...
Hypertension in health care providers: effectiveness of worksite treatment programs in a state mental health agency. L Baer , Y Parchment and M Kneeshaw Twenty-seven per cent of 6,785 employees of the Office of Mental Health, New York State, had blood pressure greater than or equal to 140/90; 66...
The Framingham Disability Study: II. Physical disability among the aging. A M Jette and L G Branch The Framingham Disability Study (FDS), a recent component of the Heart Disease Epidemiological Study in Framingham, Massachusetts, was designed to investigate the nature and magnitude of disability...
Foreign-born persons with tuberculosis in the United States. K E Powell , M P Meador and L S Farer Two recent surveys of selected states and cities suggest that foreign-born persons account for approximately 15 per cent of the new cases of tuberculosis reported annually in the areas surveyed. In...
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