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The atoll community of Fenuafala was surveyed during July-August, 1987. A disproportionate demographic structure was found: There was a large, young population with an uneven sex distribution in the adolescent cohorts. Adoption of relatives was frequent. Employment varied according to sex, with...
Pesticides and their effects on the environment and human health have been subjects of many debates in recent years. Many factors have contributed to this, including developments in analytical techniques as well as the toxicology of the pesticides themselves. In many cases the discussions have...
Training programmes in Occupational Health in the People's Republic of China have been expanded and improved tremendously since 10 years ago. There are 26 faculties of Public Health in the medical schools taking undergraduate students for a six-year basic training which leads to the degree of...
One hundred and sixty five Korean women in a shoe factory in Masan, Korea were evaluated on hepatitis B virus infection by solid-phase radioimmunoassay in 1986. The participants were women of child-bearing ages, mostly in 20's and 30's. About two thirds (105/165) of the subjects had serological...
Compared to the wide range of occupational exposure standards available in different countries for industrial chemicals, there are only a few similiar standards set for pharmaceutical agents. These substances produce physiological effects in relatively small doses, and there are documented...
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