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Health and development : Edited by David Phillips and Yola Verhasselt. Routledge, London, 1994. 331 pp., £14.99 (paper)
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Health and dictatorship: effects of repression in Turkmenistan
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Health and disease in southern Africa: a comparative and vulnerability perspective
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Health and disease management: what is it and where is it going?: what is the role of health and disease management in hypertension?
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Health and disease: A reader : Basior Davey, Alastair Gray and Clive Seale (eds) Open University Press Buckingham (1995, 2nd edition) 436pp
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Health and distress predictors of heart rate variability in fibromyalgia and other forms of chronic pain
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Health and ecological risk-based characterization of soil and sediment contamination in shipyard with long-term use of DDT-containing antifouling paint Original Research Article
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Health and economic implications of natural ventilation in California offices
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Health and Education
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Health and Education ‐ 2
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Health and endogenous growth
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Health and environment in Greenland and other circumpolar areas
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Health and environment regulation: Ethical standards of evidence
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Health and environmental assessment of mercury exposure in a gold mining community in Western Mindanao, Philippines
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Health and environmental benefits from air pollution reductions in Hungary
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Health and environmental considerations of rooftop catchment systems (Case study: Aq Ghala, Golestan Province, Iran)
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Health and environmental effects of phthalate Plasticisers for poly(vinyl chloride) - an update
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Health and environmental effects of phthalate Plasticisers for poly(vinyl chloride) - an update
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Health and environmental experts worried by forthcoming US data-quality act
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Health and Environmental Impact Assessment: An integrated Approach
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Health and environmental impacts of a fertilizer plant – Part I: Assessment of radioactive pollution
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Health and environmental impacts of a fertilizer plant – Part II: Assessment of radiation exposure
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Health and Environmental Impacts of Electricity Generation Systems: Procedures for Comparative Assessment: International Atomic Energy Agency, Technical Reports Series No. 394, IAEA, Vienna, December 1999 (STI/DOC/010/394 TRS 394), 193pp., price 630 Austr
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Health and environmental policy issues in Canada: the role of watershed management in sustaining clean drinking water quality at surface sources
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Health and environmental testing of manganese exhaust products from use of methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl in gasoline
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Health and Financial Strain: Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances
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Health and freedom from discrimination: Durban 2001
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Health and functional status and utilization of health care services among holocaust survivors and their counterparts in Israel
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Health and functional status in elderly patients living in nursing homes
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Health and gender differences between middle and senior managers in the Canadian Public Service
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Health and health expenditures in adjusting and non-adjusting countries
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Health and health-research priorities: has WHO got it right?
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Health and housing after the Indian Ocean tsunami
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Health and human rights
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Health and Human Rights
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Health and human rights in Cuba
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Health and human rights in Cuba
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Health and human rights of the East Timorese
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Health and human rights series
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Health and human rights under assault in Zimbabwe
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Health and humanitarian situation worsens in Somalia
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Health and hunger in Zimbabwe
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Health and hygiene knowledge, attitudes and behaviour
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Health and Lifestyle: Icelandersʹ Everyday Life Information Behaviour. By Ágústa Pálsdóttir. Åbo, Finland: Åbo Akademi University Press. 238 pp. 25 €. ISBN 951-765-272-0 (paper), ISBN 951-765-273-9 (digital).
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Health and money in Afghanistan
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Health and moral responsibility
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Health and motivation of elderly relocating to a suburban area in Japan
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Health and nature in the 19th century Australian womenʹs popular press
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Health and nursing problems of elderly patients related to bio-psycho-social need deficiencies and functional assessment
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HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROMOTION PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA (NUTRIALZ): CLUSTER RANDOMIZED TRIAL
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HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA (NUTRIALZ STUDY): DESIGN AND BASELINE DATA
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Health and nutritional status of Wistar rats following subchronic exposure to CV127 soybeans
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Health and peace: an opportunity to join forces
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Health and peace: an opportunity to join forces
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Health and peace: an opportunity to join forces
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Health and peace: time for a new discipline
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Health and perceptions of the local environment in socially contrasting neighbourhoods in glasgow
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Health and performance of Omani sheep fed salt-tolerant sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) forage or Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana)
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Health and personality predictors of psychological functioning in a 7-year longitudinal study
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Health and politics in the 2003 war with Iraq: lessons learned
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Health and psychosocial consequences of abrupt economic change: an international collaborative project
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Health and rapid economic change in the late twentieth century
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Health and risk behaviors over time among youth living with HIV
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Health and road transport in Pakistan
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Health and safety - a users view
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Health and safety - a users view
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Health and safety implications of virtual reality: a review of empirical evidence
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Health and safety in hostile environments
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Health and safety in New Zealand workplacs : C. Slappendel. Dunmore Press, Plamerston North, New Zealand, 1995, 331 pp
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Health and safety in policing: lessons from the regulation of CS sprays in the UK
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Health and safety in the hardmetal industry
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Health and safety in the hardmetal industry
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Health and safety management in small enterprises: an effective low cost approach
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Health and Safety Management in UK and Spanish SMEs: A Comparative Study
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Health and safety of Afghans hangs in the balance
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Health and safety of children in urban parks
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Health and safety of older nurses
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Health and safety training in a sample of open-shop construction companies
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Health and safety—the downward trend in lead levels
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Health and schooling: Evidence and policy implications for developing countries
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Health and sensory properties of virgin olive oil hydrophilic phenols: agronomic and technological aspects of production that affect their occurrence in the oil
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Health and social change: a critical theory: Graham Scambler; Open University Press, Buckingham, UK, 2002, 188pp., NPL (paper)
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Health and social justice
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Health and social outcomes among children in low-income families and families receiving social assistance—A Swedish national cohort study
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Health and Social Policy in Twentieth Century Britain
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Health and Social Problems of Rhinoplasty in Iran
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Health and social service needs of older adults: Implementing a community-based needs assessment
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Health and social service utilization patterns of Mexican American older adults
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Health and social standing of young men viewed in light of information on their childhood and adolescence Original Research Article
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Health and social status of an elderly urban population in Sri Lanka
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Health and societies: Changing perspectives : By Sarah Curtis and Ann Taket. Arnold, London, 1996. 358 pp., U.S. $27.95 (paper)
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Health and Society in Britain Since 1939: by Virginia Berridge. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1999, 133 pp, $39.95 (cloth), $13.95 (paper)
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Health and sustainability in the urban environment
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Health and sustainable agricultural development: Perspectives on growth and constraints : Vernon W. Ruttan (ed) Westview Press, Boulder, CO (1994) 170pp $35.00 paperback
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Health and sustainable development: can we rise to the challenge?
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Health and taste attitudes in the prediction of use frequency and choice between less healthy and more healthy snacks
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Health and the curriculum: An illuminative evaluation — Part 1: Methodology
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Health and the curriculum: an illuminative evaluation — part 2: findings and recommendations
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Health and the evolution of welfare across Brazilian municipalities
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Health and the Food-chain: D.I. Thurnham & T.A. Roberts, Sc. Editors; British Medical Bulletin, 56, 1, 2000, A Series of Expert Reviews, The Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, paperback, 272 pp.; £34.95/US§57+postage £2/US§3.50; ISBN 1-85315-453
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Health and the hot air of a European summer
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Health and the international tourist : Stephen Clift and Stephen J Page (eds) Routledge, London (1996) 302 pp £40.00 hardback
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Health and the Mobile Phone Review Article
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Health and the seasons
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Health and the UK Human Rights Act 1998
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Health and thermal comfort: From WHO guidance to housing strategies
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Health and variation in deprivation: commentary on Boyle et al.
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Health- and viion-related quality of life among patient with choroidal neovacularization econdary to age-related macular degeneration at enrollment in randomized trial of ubmacular urgery: T report no. 4
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Health and wages: Evidence on men and women in urban Brazil
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Health and war in Congo-Brazzaville
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Health and war in Congo-Brazzaville
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Health and welfare in St Helena: the contribution of W.J.J. Arnold, Colonial Surgeon, 1903–1925
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Health and well being of substance use disorder patients with and without posttraumatic stress disorder
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Health and wellness in residents who matriculate into physician training programs
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Health and Wellness Lifestyles of Nigerian Women League Football Players
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Health and Wellness Policy Ethics
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Health answer quality evaluation by librarians, nurses, and users in social Q&A Original Research Article
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Health anxiety and characteristics of self-initiated general practitioner consultations
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Health anxiety and cognitive interference: Evidence from the application of a modified Stroop task in two studies
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Health anxiety and illness behaviour in children of mothers with severe health anxiety
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Health anxiety and patient behavior
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Health anxiety and terro management: Commentary on “Memory bias in health anxiety is related to the emotional valence of health-related words”
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Health anxiety in childhood: A general population study of 11–12 year-old Danish children
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Health anxiety in medical students
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Health anxiety levels in chronic pain clinic attenders
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Health anxiety moderates the daytime cortisol slope
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Health anxiety moderates the effects of distraction versus attention to pain
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Health anxiety, rumination, and negative affect: A mediational analysis
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Health appraisal models in multiple sclerosis
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Health Approach in the control of Irregular Bleeding due to Depomedroxy Progesterone Acetate
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Health as a bridge for peace: PAHOʹs experience
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Health as an instrument of foreign policy
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Health Aspects of Organophosphorous Pesticides in Asian Countries
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Health aspects of partially defatted flaxseed, including effects on serum lipids, oxidative measures, and ex vivo androgen and progestin activity: a controlled crossover trial
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Health Assessment Based On the Exposure of Alpha Radioactivity in Narghile Smoking
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Health assessment for mercury exposure among schoolchildren residing near a gold processing and refining plant in Apokon, Tagum, Davao del Norte, Philippines
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Health Assessment for Nursing Practice, Wilson, S., & Giddens, J. (Eds.) (2009) St. Louis, hard cover US$82.95, 672 pp., ISBN:978-0-323-05322-8
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Health assessment of 22 years service-exposed radiant tube from an oil refinery
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Health assessment of artisanal gold miners in Indonesia Original Research Article
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Health assessment of artisanal gold miners in Tanzania Original Research Article
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Health assessment of concrete dams by overall inverse analyses and neural networks
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Health Assessment of Heavy Metal Pollution (Cadmium, Lead, Arsenic) in Citrus Marketed in Tehran, Iran, 2015
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Health assessment of phosgene: Approaches for derivation of reference concentration
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Health at work
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Health attitudes and behaviors: comparison of Japanese and Americans of Japanese and European Ancestry
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Health attributes of ten Mediterranean edible flowers: anti-proliferative and enzyme-inhibitory properties
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Health Behavior and Health Behavior Change—Theories and Evidence
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Health behavior and health education: Theory, research, and practice, 2nd edition : Glanz K, Lewis FM, and Rimer BK (Eds.). Jossey-Bass Inc., San Francisco, CA, 1997
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Health behavior change among women with recent familial diagnosis of breast cancer
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Health behavior in teens with epilepsy: How do they compare with controls?
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Health Behavior Theories and Research: Implications for Suicidal Individuals’ Treatment Linkage and Adherence Original Research Article
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Health Behaviors Among High School Girls
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Health Behaviors and Survival Among Middle Aged and Older Men and Women in the NHANES I Epidemiologic Follow-Up Study
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Health behaviors and their determinants in multiethnic, active Israeli seniors
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Health Behaviors of Smokers, Ex-Smokers, and Never Smokers in an HMO
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Health behaviour and risk behaviour: Socioeconomic differences in an Austrian rural county
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Health behaviour and the school environment in New South Wales, Australia
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Health behaviour, risk awareness and emotional well-being in students from Eastern Europe and Western Europe
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Health behaviours and health in adolescence as predictors of educational level in adulthood: a follow-up study from Finland
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Health behaviours and health: evidence that the relationship is not conditional on income adequacy
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Health Belief Model and Reasoned Action Theory in Predicting Water Saving Behaviors in Yazd, Iran
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Health Belief Model deterrents of social support seeking among people coping with eating disorders
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Health Belief Model-Based Education through Telegram Instant Messaging Services on Diabetic Self-Care
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Health Beliefs and Breast Cancer Early Detection Behaviors Among Health Care Providers In Tabriz Healthcare Centers, Iran.
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Health beliefs and depression in a group of elderly high utilizers of medical services
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Health beliefs and endoscopic screening for colorectal cancer: Potential for cancer prevention
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Health beliefs and health behaviours in subpopulation of stomach cancer families and in the control group
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Health beliefs and high-risk sexual behaviors among HIV-infected African American men
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Health beliefs and perceived need for mental health care of anxiety and depression—The patientsʹ perspective explored
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Health beliefs and practices related to breast cancer screening in Filipino, Chinese and Asian-Indian women
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Health beliefs and stages of changes to improve behaviors among obese and overweight women undergoing preconception care
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Health Beliefs as Predictors of Breast Cancer Screening Behavior in a Group of Female Employees in Shiraz
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Health beliefs, salience of breast cancer family history, and involvement with breast cancer issues: adherence to annual mammography screening recommendations
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Health beneficial long chain omega-3 fatty acid levels in Australian lamb managed under extensive finishing systems
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Health benefit application of functional oligosaccharides
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Health benefit application of functional oligosaccharides
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Health benefit evaluation of the energy use scenarios in Beijing, China
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Health benefit modelling and optimization of vehicular pollution control strategies
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Health benefits and possible risks of broccoli – An overview
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Health benefits and potential risks related to consumption of fish or fish oil
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Health benefits of a pedometer-based physical activity intervention in sedentary workers
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Health benefits of a vegetarian diet
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Health benefits of improving air quality in the rapidly aging Korean society Original Research Article
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Health Benefits of Islamic Intermittent Fasting
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Health benefits of saliva: a review
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Health benefits of soy isoflavonoids and strategies for enhancement: A review
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Health benefits of tunneling through the Chinese environmental Kuznets curve (EKC)
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Health benefits of wine: Don’t expect resveratrol too much
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Health Burden and Funding at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Review Article
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Health Cancer Risk Assessment for Arsenic Exposure in Potentially Contaminated Areas by Fertilizer Plants: A Possible Regulatory Approach Applied to a Case Study in Moscow Region–Russia
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Health capital and cross-country variation in income per capita in the Mankiw-Romer-Weil model
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Health care access and poverty do not explain the higher esophageal cancer mortality in African Americans
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Health care access and preventive care among Vietnamese immigrants: Do traditional beliefs and practices pose barriers?
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Health care access and seven-year change in cigarette smoking: The CARDIA study
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Health care access and treatment for children with co-morbid autism and psychiatric conditions
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Health Care Accreditation: The Past, Present, and Future in the Middle East
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Health care allocation and selective neglect in rural Peru
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Health care and consumer choice: Medical and alternative therapies
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Health Care and Cost Containment in the European Union: Elias Mossialos and Julian Le Grand (Eds.): Ashgate, 1999, 795 pp., £39.95 (cloth).
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Health care and illegality: a survey of undocumented pregnant immigrants in Geneva
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Health care and medication costs and use among older adults with heart failure
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Health care and public health in South Asia
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Health care and the senator
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Health care and tourism: Evidence from Singapore
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Health care assistants-An oxymoron?
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Health Care Consumption Due to Atrial Fibrillation is Markedly Reduced by Maze III Surgery
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Health Care Cost Disease as a Threat to Iranian Aging Society
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Health care costs and financial consequences of epidemiological changes in chronic diseases in Latin America: evidence from Mexico
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Health care costs in the last year of life—The Dutch experience
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Health care costs of women with symptomatic vertebral fractures
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Health Care Decision-Making by Adults With Mental Retardation
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Health Care Delivery System Reform: Accountable Care Organizations
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Health care delivery systems for older adults: How do the Netherlands and Lebanon compare?
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Health care delivery through a different lens: The lived experience of culture shock while participating in an international educational program
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Health Care Delivery: Searching for Integration
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Health care discussions and treatment for urinary incontinence in U.S. women
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Health Care Divided: Race and Healing a Nation: David Barton Smith. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1999, 386 pp., $39.50 (cloth)
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Health care dominates run-up to Canadian election
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Health Care Education: The Challenge of the Market, John Humphreys, Francis M. Quinn (Eds.). Chapman & Hall, London (1994)
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Health care evaluation, utilitarianism and distortionary taxes
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Health care expenditure and GDP: Are they broken stationary?
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Health care expenditure and GDP: panel data unit root test results—comment
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Health care expenditure in the Islamic Republic of Iran versus other high spending countries
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Health care expenditure in the last months of life
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Health care expenditures and GDP: panel data unit root test results
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Health care facilitiesʹ “war on terrorism”: a deliberate process for recommending personal protective equipment
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Health care facility and community strategies for patient care surge capacity
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Health Care Failure Mode and Effect Analysis: A Useful Proactive Risk Analysis of Nutrition and Food Distribution in Mashhad Qaem Hospital’s Women’s Surgery Ward in 2013
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Health care financing administration’s new regulations for financial incentives in medicaid and medicare managed care: one step forward?
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Health Care Financing In Iran; Is Privatization A Good Solution?
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Health care for adolescents
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Health care for adolescents
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Health Care for Children and Youth in the United States: 13 Years of Evidence
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Health care for diabetic patients in developing countries: a case from Egypt
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HEALTH CARE FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN ITALY: THE U.L.I.S.S.E. PROJECT (UN LINK INFORMATICO SUI SERVIZI SANITARI ESISTENTI PER L’ANZIANO - A COMPUTERIZED NETWORK ON HEALTH CARE SERVICES FOR OLDER PEOPLE)
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Health Care for Pesticide Applicators in a Locust Eradication Campaign in Kuwait (1988–1989)
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Health care for refused asylum seekers in the UK
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Health care for seafarers
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Health care for the disadvantaged: some preliminary observations of health centres in Trinidad and Tobago
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Health care for the elderly: two cases of technology diffusion
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Health care for the poor—An exploration of primary-care physicians’ perceptions of poor patients and of their helping behaviors
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Health care implications and space allocation of research published in nursing journals
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Health care implications of dysfunctional uterine bleeding
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Health care in Albania: what of the future?
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Health care in Cuba and the manipulation of humanitarian imperatives
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Health care in disaster and refugee settings
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Health care in hospitals: the past 1000 years
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Health care in indigenous populations: the Xingu Indian park
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Health care in Iraq
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Health care in remote Australian Indigenous communities
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Health care informatics
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Health care is an individual necessity and a national luxury: applying multilevel decision models to the analysis of health care expenditures
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Health care lobbying in the United States
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Health care lobbying: time to make patients the special interest
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Health care of elderly: A viewpoint in terms of economic evaluation
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Health care of illegal immigrants post 9-11
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Health care of the elderly is sidelined in Europe
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Health care personnel compliance with standards of eye and face protection and mask usage in operating rooms
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Health care policy in an aging Canada: The Alberta ‘experiment’
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Health Care Practice, Staphylococcus Aureus in Toxicological ICU, Loghman Hakim Hospital, Tehran, Iran
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Health care practices, professions and perspectives: A case study in intensive care
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Health Care Professionals’ Knowledge and Attitudes About Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Legal Aspects of Medical Services
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Health care provider complaints to the emergency department: a preliminary report on a novel quality improvement instrument
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Health care providers and purchasers and evaluation of interactive health communication applications
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Health Care Providersʹ Missed Opportunities for Preventing Femicide
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Health care providers’ attitudes toward current food safety recommendations for pregnant women
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Health Care Reform and Emergency Medicine, ,
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Health Care Reform and the Emergency Physician: A Personal Strategy,
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Health care reform and the labor market
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Health care reform and the restructuring of the pharmaceutical industry
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Health care reform and the safety net
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Health Care Reform for Children: Views From the Academic Pediatric Association
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Health care reform in New Zealand: the diversity of gender experience
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Health care reform in Oregon: the impact of the Oregon Health Plan on utilization of mammography
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Health care reform in Russia: a survey of head doctors and insurance administrators
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Health care reform in Sweden, 1980–1994: Andrew C. Twaddle; Auburn House, Westport Connecticut, 1999, 298pp, $69.50 (cloth)
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Health care reform in the UK: Unrealistic or broken promises to older citizens?
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Health care reform in the United States: Implications for the elderly
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Health care reform in the United States: On the road to nowhere (again)?
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Health Care Reform Is Dead—Long Live Health Care Reform, , ,
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Health care reform: Implications for seniors introduction
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Health care reform: Residency training and medical education
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Health care reforms in Bulgaria: An initial appraisal
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Health care reforms in Russia: The example of St Petersburg
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Health care regulation and the operating efficiency of hospitals: Evidence from Taiwan
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Health care remains basic in New Orleans
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Health care resource use for uterine fibroid tumors in the United States
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Health Care Resource Utilization in Adults With Congenital Heart Disease
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Health care seeking behaviour in developing countries: An annotated bibliography and literature review : By Gill Tipping and Malcolm Segall. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, 1995. IDS Development Bibliography 12
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Health Care Services and the Transition to Young Adulthood: Challenges and Opportunities
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Health Care Services Utilization in Iran
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Health care staff ’s opinions about existential issues among patients with cancer
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Health care studentsʹ personal experiences and coping with bullying in clinical training
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Health care suffers as Argentina descends into political turmoil
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Health care switching behaviour of malaria patients in a Kenyan rural community
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Health Care System Barriers to Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section: A Qualitative Study
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Health care system in bangladesh
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Health care system surge capacity recognition, preparedness, and response
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Health Care Systems in Transition: An International Perspective: Edited by F. D. Powell, A. F. Wesson, Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1999, xii+428 pp.
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Health care under the Taliban
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Health care under the Taliban
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Health care under the Taliban, Afghanistan
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Health Care Utilization and Costs in Patients with Hepatitis B related Disease in Jiangsu, China
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Health care utilization and receipt of cholesterol testing by veterans with and those without mental illness
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Health Care Utilization and the Proportion of Primary Care Physicians
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Health care utilization as a function of subjective health status, job satisfaction and gender among health care workers in Guangzhou, Southern China
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Health care with equity and cost containment
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Health care workers and hepatitis B
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Health care workers and HIV/AIDS: A critical review of the literature
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Health Care Workersʹ Nasal Carriage and Outbreak Control of Epidemic Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
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Health care workers’ experience with postexposure management of bloodborne pathogen exposures: A pilot study
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Health Care Workers’ Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice About Chronic Pain Management, Shiraz, Iran
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Health care, information needs, and outreach: reaching Ohio’s rural citizens
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Health care: A social contract in transition
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Health care: private and/or public provision
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Health care–associated infections in the neonatal intensive care unit
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Health Characteristics and Performance of Broiler Chicks in Response to Trigonella foenum graecum and Foeniculum vulgare
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Health checks before facing tourismʹs final frontier
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Health claims and observational human data: relation between dietary fat and cancer
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Health Communication
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Health Communication what it is and what is not
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Health complaints and job stress in Norwegian physicians: The use of an overlapping questionnaire design
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Health complaints in acknowledged and unacknowledged rape victims
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Health Complaints Related to Pesticide Stored at a Public Health Clinic
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Health Complex Model as the Start of a New Primary Healthcare Reform in Iran: Part B: The Intervention Protocol
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Health concern, food choice motives, and attitudes toward healthy eating: The mediating role of food choice motives
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Health concerns and prevalence of abuse and sexual activity in adolescents at a runaway shelter
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Health Concerns in Patients With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
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Health Concerns of Iranian Adolescents: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study
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Health concordance within couples: A systematic review
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Health Condition and Quality of Life in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
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Health Consequences and Management of Explosive Events
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Health consequences of intimate partner violence
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Health consequences of nuclear tests in French Polynesia
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Health Consequences of Organizational Injustice: Tests of Main and Interactive Effects
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Health consequences of partner distress in couples coping with heart failure
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Health contribution to local government planning
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Health costs caused by oil extraction air emissions and the benefits from abatement: the case of Kazakhstan
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Health costs due to outdoor air pollution by traffic
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Health costs from short-term exposure to pesticides in Nepal
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Health counselling for university students
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Health crisis amid the Maoist insurgency in India
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Health crisis in Gaza
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Health crisis in Gaza
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Health crisis in Gaza
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Health crisis in Gaza
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Health crisis worsens in Central African Republic
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Health crisis worsens in Zimbabwe
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Health Data Linkage Conserves Privacy in a Research-Rich Environment
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Health department clinics as pediatric immunization providers: A national survey
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Health department communications with infection control professionals across the spectrum of healthcare
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Health departmentsʹ implementation of public healthʹs core functions: an assessment of health impacts
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Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity
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Health diagnostics using multi-attribute classification fusion
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Health diagnostics using multi-attribute classification fusion
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Health difference in Eastern Europe: Preliminary findings from the Nowa Huta study
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Health differences between European countries
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Health discourse in Swedish television food advertising during childrenʹs peak viewing times
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Health discussions on the Internet: A study of knowledge communication through citations
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Health Disparities and the Primary Care Medical Home: Could It Be That Simple?
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Health disparities between racial groups in South Africa: A decomposition analysis
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Health dust monitoring at derlwyn opencast coal site
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Health ecology and environmental management in Mozambique
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Health Ecology: Health, Culture and Human–Environment Interaction: Edited by M. Honari and T. Boleyn. Routledge, London, 1999
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Health economic effect of donepezil treatment for CDR 0.5 converters to Alzheimerʹs disease as shown by the Markov model
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Health economics and applications in developing countries
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Health economics and cervical cancer prevention: a global perspective
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Health economics and prioritising health care
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Health economics and the economics of education: specialization and division of labor*
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Health economics of depression : Edited by . Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 1993. Price £35.00. 153 pp
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Health economics of hysterectomy
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Health economics without tears
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Health Education and Health Promotion
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Health education campaign on population control: Lessons from Iran
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Health Education in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus and Quality of Life
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Health Education in Primary School Textbooks in Iran in School Year 2010-2011
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Health Education Intervention on Knowledge and Accessibility of Pregnant Women to Antenatal Care Services in Edu, Kwara State, Nigeria
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Health education models application by peer group for improving breast cancer screening among Iranian women with a family history of breast cancer: A randomized control trial
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Health Education Needs of Family Caregivers Supporting an Adolescent Relative With Schizophrenia or a Mood Disorder in Taiwan
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Health Education Needs of Patients With Schizophrenia and Their Relatives
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Health education pamphlets about smoking—their benefit to smokers and non-smokers
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Health Education Performance in Health Houses: A Descriptive study from Iran during April-September 2011
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Health Education still needs the Knowledge level and Attitude of Male Students about HIV/AIDS
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Health education to promote community involvement in the control of tropical diseases
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Health education to school children in Okpatu, Nigeria: impact on onchocerciasis—related knowledge
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Health education: a case for resuscitation
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Health educators’ role in health promotion from a new perspective: A new theory in their professional toolbox
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Health effect levels for risk assessment of childhood exposure to arsenic
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Health Effect of Improved Meal Ambiance in a Dutch Nursing Home: A 1-Year Intervention Study
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Health effect of vegetable-based diet: lettuce consumption improves cholesterol metabolism and antioxidant status in the rat
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Health effects - effects of cell-phone radiation on lymphoma-prone mice
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Health effects and occurrence of dietary polyamines: A review for the period 2005–mid 2013
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Health effects and optimal environmental taxes
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Health effects associated with Madrid air pollution levels
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Health effects classification and its role in the derivation of minimal risk levels: Hepatic effects
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Health effects classification and its role in the derivation of minimal risk levels: Immunological effects
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Health effects classification and its role in the derivation of minimal risk levels: Renal effects
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Health effects classification and its role in the derivation of minimal risk levels: Reproductive and endocrine effects
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Health Effects Due to air Pollution in Children and Adults in Urban Area
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Health effects due to inhalation of oilseed rape emissions
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Health effects engineering of coal and biomass combustion particulates: influence of zinc, sulfur and process changes on potential lung injury from inhaled ash
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Health effects engineering: Perspectives for environmental health and environmental engineering studies—domestic biomass combustion as an example
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Health effects in children aged 3–6 years induced by environmental lead exposure
404
Health effects in populations living around the uraniferous gold mine tailings in South Africa: Gaps and opportunities for research
405
Health effects of air pollution
406
Health effects of air pollution in worldwide countries: An ecological study
407
Health Effects of Air Pollution: A Statistical Review
408
Health effects of air quality regulations in Delhi, India
409
Health effects of airborne particles—Current issues
410
Health effects of airborne particulate matter related to traffic in Urmia, north-west Iran
411
HEALTH EFFECTS OF AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTERS (PM10) DURING DUST STORM an‎d NON-DUST STORM CONDITIONS IN TEHRAN
412
Health effects of alcohol and alcoholism
413
Health effects of child labour
414
Health effects of cigarette smoking
415
Health Effects of Depleted Uranium on Exposed Gulf War Veterans
416
Health Effects of Dioxin Exposure: A 20-Year Mortality Study
417
Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields: The State of the Science and Government Response
418
Health effects of exposure to carbon nanofibers: Systematic review, critical appraisal, meta analysis and research to practice perspectives Original Research Article
419
Health effects of exposure to low-level ionizing radiation: edited by W.R. Hendee and F.M. Edwards, Medical Sciences Series (Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol and Philadelphia, 1996) ISBN 0 7503 0349 2
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Health effects of exposure to low-level ionizing radiation: edited by W.R. Hendee and F.M. Edwards, Medical Sciences Series (Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol and Philadelphia, 1996) ISBN 0 7503 0349 2
421
Health effects of fluoride pollution caused by coal burning
422
Health effects of forced evictions in the slums of Mumbai
423
Health effects of ionising radiation from diagnostic CT
424
Health Effects of Long-term Occupational Exposure to Whole Body Vibration: A Study on Drivers of Heavy Motor Vehicles in Iran
425
Health effects of Maoist insurgency in Nepal
426
Health effects of metropolitan traffic-related air pollutants on street vendors
427
Health effects of the Indonesian economic crisis
428
Health effects of ultrafine particles
429
Health effects on nearby residents of a wood treatment plant,
430
Health effects related to releases of hazardous substances on the superfund priority list
431
Health Emergency Mass Notification: Lessons Learnt from the H1N1 Pandemic in Tehran
432
Health Endpoint Attributed to Sulfur Dioxide Air Pollutants
433
Health equity funds in Cambodia
434
Health Equity in National Cancer Control Plans: An Analysis of the Ontario Cancer Plan
435
Health evaluation in the native Garfagnina goat
436
Health expectancies in the older Thai population
437
Health expectancy by level of education in Finland
438
Health expectations for older women: international perspectives: Sarah B. Laditka (Ed.); The Haworth Press, Inc., New York, 2002, 196pp
439
Health Expenditure and Catastrophic Costs for Inpatient- and Out-patient Care in Iran
440
Health Expenditure Modelling in Southeast of Iran: A Population-Based Setting Using Quantile Regression Perspective
441
Health Expenditure, Literacy and Economic Growth: PMG Evidence from Asian Countries
442
Health expenditures in Latin America and the Caribbean
443
Health Expertsʹʹ Opinions about Tobacco Control Activities in Iran: Results from a Delphi Panel of National Experts
444
Health external costs associated to the integration of solid oxide fuel cell in a sugar–ethanol factory
445
Health Factors Associated with Microchip Insertion in Horses
446
Health fair in a mosque: putting policy into practice
447
Health financing and access to services
448
Health financing and access to services
449
Health financing to promote access in low income settings—how much do we know?
450
Health Findings from a Mortality and Morbidity Surveillance of Refinery Employees
451
Health for all?
452
Health habits of patients with schizophrenia
453
Health hazards and disaster potential of ground gas emissions at Furnas volcano, Sمo Miguel, Azores
454
Health hazards due to pollution of waters along the coast of Visakhapatnam, east coast of India
455
Health hazards in nursing and health care: An overview
456
Health hazards of unemployment–only a boom phenomenon? A study of young men and women during times of prosperity and times of recession
457
Health human capital and economic growth in Sub-Saharan African and OECD countries
458
Health impact assessment and community involvement in land remediation decisions
459
Health impact assessment and monetary valuation of IQ loss in pre-school children due to lead exposure through locally produced food Original Research Article
460
Health impact assessment in case of biofuel peat – Co-use of environmental scenarios and exposure-response functions
461
Health impact assessment in CEE region: case of the former Czechoslovakia
462
Health impact assessment in multinationals: A case study of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group
463
Health impact assessment in the West Midlands: a managerial view
464
Health impact assessment of air pollution in megacity of Tehran, Iran
465
Health impact assessment of air pollution in Shiraz, Iran: a two-part study
466
Health impact assessment of climate change in Bangladesh
467
Health impact assessment of exposure to PM10 in Ilam city using Air Q software
468
Health impact assessment of marine emissions in Pearl River Delta region
469
Health impact assessment of particulate matter in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran
470
Health impact assessment of proposal to burn tyres in a cement plant
471
Health impact assessment of short-term exposure to NO2 in Kermanshah, Iran using AirQ model
472
Health impact assessment: where does the law come in?
473
Health impact assessment—a science and art for public health
474
Health impact assessment—concepts, techniques and applications, John Kemm, Jayne Parry, Stephen Palmer. Oxford University Press (April 2004, 432 pages), ISBN: 0 19 852629 6
475
Health impact assessments in the European Union
476
Health impact of 1996 tornado in Bangladesh
477
Health impact of human rights violations in Haitian refugees
478
Health impact of Indiaʹs indoor pollution revealed
479
Health Impact of Injuries: A Population-Based Epidemiological Investigation in a Local Community of Bangladesh
480
Health impact on Economy by Artificial Neural Network and Dynamic Ordinary Least Squares
481
Health impacts associated with the implementation of a national petrol-lead phase-out program (PLPOP): Evidence from Taiwan between 1981 and 2007 Original Research Article
482
Health impacts due to personal exposure to fine particles caused by insulation of residential buildings in Europe
483
Health impacts from power plant emissions in Mexico
484
Health Impacts of Exposure to PM10 on Inhabitants of Shiraz, Iran
485
Health impacts of large dams
486
HEALTH IMPACTS OF NO2 IN MASHHAD, IRAN
487
Health impacts of power-exporting plants in northern Mexico
488
Health impacts of rapid economic changes in Thailand
489
Health impacts of transport: convicted drivers
490
Health Impacts of Yoga and Pranayama: A State-of-the-Art Review
491
Health implications for Faroe Islanders of heavy metals and PCBs from pilot whales
492
Health implications of access to social capital: findings from an Australian study
493
Health Implications of Acrylamide in Food: Food Safety Consultation. Report of a Joint FAO/WHO Consultation WHO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland, 25–27 June 2002, WHO, Geneva, 2002, 35 pages (E), soft cover, Sw. fr.20.00/US $18.00, in developing countrie
494
Health implications of early childbearing on pregnancy outcome in Botswana: insights from the institutional records
495
Health implications of nanoparticles
496
Health Improvements for a Healthy Shanghai Rising; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000”
497
Health in a 24-h society
498
Health in a just society
499
Health in an unequal world
500
Health in China and India: A cross-country comparison in a context of rapid globalisation
501
Health in countries torn by conflict: lessons from Sarajevo
502
Health in foreign policy
503
Health in Iran; 40 Years After the Islamic Revolution
504
Health in small island communities: the UKʹs South Atlantic colonies
505
Health in the ‘grey’ millennium: Romanticism versus complexity?
506
Health in the 5th 5-years Development Plan of Iran: Main Challenges, General Policies and Strategies
507
Health in the Arctic Circle
508
Health in the development process: The case of Brazil
509
Health in the Islamic Republic of Iran, challenges and progresses
510
Health in the West Bank
511
Health in US nursing homes improves, but could still do better
512
Health Indicators and Intimate Partner Violence among Women Who Are Members of a Managed Care Organization,
513
Health inequalities across socio-economic groups: comparing geographic-area-based and individual-based indicators
514
Health inequalities and place: A theoretical conception of neighbourhood
515
Health inequalities and the psychosocial environment
516
Health inequalities and the psychosocial environment—two scientific challenges
517
Health inequalities and the UK Presidency of the EU
518
Health inequalities by wage income in Sweden: The role of work environment
519
Health inequalities in early adulthood: A comparison of young men and women in Britain and Finland
520
Health inequalities in Italy
521
Health inequalities in later life in a social democratic welfare state
522
Health inequalities in rural China: evidence from HeBei Province
523
Health inequalities in Scotland and England: the contrasting journeys of ideas from research into policy
524
Health inequalities in Seville, Spain: use of indicators of social deprivation and mortality in small areas
525
Health inequalities in the early years: Is there equalisation in youth?
526
Health inequalities in the life course perspective
527
Health inequalities in the older population: the role of personal capital, social resources and socio-economic circumstances
528
Health inequalities recognised in UK
529
Health inequalities: good intentions and good results?
530
Health inequalities: The Black Report after 25 years
531
Health inequalities—a sustainable development issue
532
Health inequality and non-monotonicity of the health related social welfare function
533
Health inequality and non-monotonicity of the health related social welfare function: A rejoinder
534
Health inequality and population variation in fertility-timing
535
Health inequality and users’ risk-taking: a longitudinal analysis in a French reproductive technology centre
536
Health inequality in Latin America
537
Health inequality: an introduction to theories, concepts and methods: Mel Bartley (Ed.); Polity Press, Oxford, £16.99, ISBN 0-7456-2779-X
538
Health inequality: the UKʹs biggest health issue
539
Health Inequities: Can it be Addressed Through Health System Reforms?
540
Health Informatics for Medical Librarians
541
Health informatics journal: Year 2000 and healthcare computing — Call for papers
542
Health information for all by 2015?
543
Health information Hispanic outreach in the Texas Lower Rio Grande Valley
544
Health information impact on the relative importance of beef attributes including its enrichment with polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and conjugated linoleic acid)
545
Health information in the developing world
546
Health information interoperability and standard system—Practice of China
547
Health information literacy meets evidence-based practice
548
Health Information Literacy: A Library Case Study
549
Health Information Management System for Elderly Health Sector: A Qualitative Study in Iran
550
Health Information on Internet: Quality, Importance, and Popularity of Persian Health Websites
551
Health information outreach: the land-grant mission
552
Health Information System in Primary Health Care: The Challenges and Barriers from Local Providers’ Perspective of an Area in Iran
553
Health information technology can and will transform nursing education
554
Health Information Technology in the Knowledge Management of Health Care Organizations
555
Health Information Technology Media by Nurses in Patient Care
556
Health information, new possibilities : Tony McSean, John van Loo and Euphemia Coutinho (eds) Kluwer Academic Publishers Dordrecht Netherlands (1995) 281 pp ISBN 0 7923 3584 8
557
Health Information-Seeking Behaviors Among Classically Trained Singers
558
Health information-seeking behaviour in adolescence: the place of the internet
559
Health Infrastructure Development in Rural and Urban Areas of Iran Between 1976 and 2011
560
Health Insecurity and Social Protection: Pathways, Gaps, and Their Implications on Health Outcomes and Poverty
561
Health Insurance and Cardiac Transplantation: A Call for Reform Review Article
562
Health insurance and child mortality in Costa Rica
563
Health insurance and female labor supply in Taiwan
564
Health insurance and gene testing
565
Health insurance and imperfect competition in the health care market
566
Health insurance and retirement behavior: evidence from the health and retirement survey
567
Health insurance benefit packages prioritized by low-income clients in India: Three criteria to estimate effectiveness of choice
568
Health insurance coverage and the macroeconomy
569
Health insurance for type 1 diabetes mellitus: US competition and French coverage
570
Health insurance in India
571
Health insurance in rural Africa
572
Health insurance in rural Africa
573
Health insurance reform and efficiency of township hospitals in rural China: An analysis from survey data
574
Health Insurance Status and Hypertension Monitoring and Control in the United States
575
Health Insurance Status and the Use of Emergency and Other Outpatient Services by Adults With Sickle Cell Disease, , ,
576
Health insurance: The tradeoff between risk pooling and moral hazard
577
Health insurance: tradeoffs revisited
578
Health insurer monopsony power: the all-or-none model
579
Health Internet of Things: Metrics and methods for efficient data transfer
580
Health intervention in social context: Understanding social networks and neighbourhood
581
Health interview surveys: Towards international harmonization of methods and instruments : Edited by A. de Bruin, H. S. J. Picavet and A. Nossikoy. WHO Regional Publication, European Series, No. 58, Copenhagen, 1996. xiii + 161 pp. $35.10 US, in developin
582
Health investment benefits economic development
583
Health investment, physical capital accumulation, and economic growth
584
Health is global: proposals for a UK Government-wide strategy
585
Health issues and the rise of Le Pen in France
586
Health issues for minority adolescents : Edited by Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, Phyllis A. Katz, Dalmas Taylor and Judith Vanderryn. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln. 1996. 273 pp. US $35.00
587
Health journalism: Health reporting status and challenges
588
Health Knowledge About Symptoms of Heart Attack and Stroke in Adult Survivors of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
589
Health Knowledge and Health Promoting Lifestyle Among Women of Childbearing age in Shiraz
590
Health knowledge of children in Bangladesh: an exploratory study
591
Health Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Among Iranian Pilgrims
592
Health Level Seven (HL7): Short Overview
593
Health lifestyle behaviour and socio-demographic characteristics. A study of Varna, Glasgow and Edinburgh
594
Health Lifestyle Patterns of U.S. Adults
595
Health lifestyles and political ideology in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine
596
Health lifestyles in central Asia: the case of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan
597
Health lifestyles in Russia
598
Health literacy among Indian adults seeking dental care
599
Health Literacy among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 in Northeast Area of Iran
600
Health Literacy among Visitors of District Polyclinics in Almaty, Kazakhstan
601
Health Literacy and Adherence to Glaucoma Therapy Original Reearch Article
602
Health Literacy and Breast Cancer Communication
603
Health Literacy and Health Policy
604
Health Literacy and Health Risk Behaviors Among Older Adults Original Research Article
605
Health literacy and health-promoting behaviors status among employees in Hamadan
606
Health literacy and health-related knowledge among persons living with HIV/AIDS
607
Health literacy and its influencing factors in Iranian diabetic patients
608
Health Literacy and Its Relationship With Body Mass Index
609
Health Literacy and Men’s Attitudes and Practices Toward Prostate Cancer Screening
610
Health literacy and preservation of information
611
Health literacy and self-care of patients with heart failure
612
Health literacy and transplant patients and practitioners
613
Health Literacy Assessment of Labeling of Pediatric Nonprescription Medications: Examination of Characteristics that May Impair Parent Understanding
614
Health Literacy Impact on National Healthcare Utilization and Expenditure
615
Health Literacy in Older Adults and Its Related Factors: A Cross-Sectional Study in Southeast Iran
616
Health literacy in periodontal patients
617
Health Literacy in the Population of Diabetic Patients in Iran: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
618
Health Literacy Level of Adults Referring to Public Libraries Covered by the Institution of Public Libraries of the Country
619
Health Literacy of Pre-Service Teachers from Farhangian University: A Cross-Sectional Survey
620
Health Literacy Scale and Causal Model of Childhood Overweight
621
Health Literacy Status and Its Relationship with Quality of Life among Nurses in Teaching Hospitals of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
622
Health literacy, social support, and health: a research agenda
623
Health Literacy: A Pathway to Better Oral Health in Primary School Students
624
Health Literacy: An Indicator for Health Promotion
625
Health Literacy: An Overlooked Factor in Understanding HIV Health Disparities Original Research Article
626
Health locus of control and health behaviour: An investigation into the role of health value and behaviour-specific efficacy beliefs
627
Health Locus of Control and its related factors among Iranian Pilgrims
628
Health locus of control and leisure-time exercise
629
Health locus of control and self-care behaviors in diabetic foot patients
630
Health locus of control beliefs and socio-economic differences in self-rated health
631
Health locus of control in patients with epilepsy and its relationship to anxiety, depression, and seizure control
632
Health locus of control, distress, and utilization of protease inhibitors among HIV-positive men
633
Health maintenance and screening in breast cancer survivors in the United States
634
Health maintenance organizations, fee for service and the care of patients with acute myocardial infarction
635
Health Maintenance Organizations: Managed Care or Mismanaged Care?
636
Health Management Mentoring for Health Systems Strengthening: A Response to Recent Commentaries
637
Health Manpower Development (HMD) Corner Stone of Improving National Health System
638
Health Manpower Development (HMD) Corner Stone of Improving National Health System
639
Health Manpower Development (HMD) Corner Stone of Improving National Health System
640
Health marketing: Toward an integrative perspective
641
Health matters: Public health in North-South perspective : Edited by Koos van der Velden, Jeroen K. S. van Ginneken, Johan P. Velena, Foppe B. de Walle and Joop H. van Wijnen. Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, 1995, 467 pp
642
HEALTH METAPHORS IN DR MAHATHIR’S BUSINESS SPEECHES
643
Health metrics and evaluation: strengthening the science
644
Health Minister Zuma under tobacco fire in South Africa
645
Health ministers of south east Europe agree to cooperate to improve health
646
Health ministers support pan-European transplantation standards
647
Health monitoring and active control of composite structures using piezoceramic patches
648
Health Monitoring and Structural Reliability as a Value Chain
649
Health Monitoring for Composite under LowCycle Cyclic Loading, Considering Effects of Acoustic Emission Sensor Type
650
Health monitoring in continuous glass fibre reinforced thermoplastics: Manufacturing and application of interphase sensors based on carbon nanotubes
651
Health monitoring in continuous glass fibre reinforced thermoplastics: Tailored sensitivity and cyclic loading of CNT-based interphase sensors
652
Health monitoring in the home of the future
653
Health monitoring of aerospace composite structures – Active and passive approach
654
Health monitoring of carbon/carbon, woven reinforced composites. Damage assessment by using advanced signal processing techniques. Part I: Acoustic emission monitoring and damage mechanisms evolution
655
Health monitoring of carbon/carbon, woven reinforced composites: Damage assessment by using advanced signal processing techniques. Part II: Acousto–ultrasonics monitoring of damage development
656
Health monitoring of composite repairs and joints using optical fibres
657
Health monitoring of composite structures by embedded FBG and interferometric Fabry–Pérot sensors
658
Health monitoring of concrete structures strengthened with advanced composite materials using piezoelectric transducers
659
Health monitoring of draglines using ultrasonic waves
660
Health monitoring of FRP using acoustic emission and artificial neural networks
661
Health monitoring of highway bridges based on a Global Flexibility Index
662
Health monitoring of joints using dynamic end effects
663
Health monitoring of marine composite structural joints using fibre optic sensors
664
Health monitoring of plants by their emitted volatiles: A model to predict the effect of Botrytis cinerea on the concentration of volatiles in a large-scale greenhouse
665
Health Monitoring of Rehabilitated Concrete Bridges Using Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing
666
HEALTH MONITORING OF STEEL CABLES BY INTERROGATION OF OPTICAL FIBER GRATING SENSORS
667
Health monitoring of structural composites with embedded carbon nanotube coated glass fiber sensors
668
Health monitoring of Tore-Supra Toroidal Pump Limiter using Lock-in thermography
669
Health motivation and product design determine consumers’ visual attention to nutrition information on food products
670
Health needs assessment in primary care: the evolution of a practical public health approach
671
Health needs assessment in the health visiting service and the impact on the ethnic community
672
Health needs of imprisoned Ethiopian doctor
673
Health Needs of Older Adults After Natural Disasters: A Systematic Literature Review
674
Health needs of older prisoners
675
Health needs of Palestinians
676
Health Needs of People Living with HIV/AIDS: From the Perspective of Policy Makers, Physicians and Consultants, and People Living with HIV/AIDS
677
Health needs of the Roma population in the Czech and Slovak Republics
678
Health Observation Compared to Health Reporting: Findings from a Pilot Study in Florence
679
Health Observatories in Iran
680
Health of Baghdadʹs children
681
Health of children looked after by the local authorities
682
Health of European capitals detailed
683
Health of Indigenous people in Africa
684
Health of migrants and migrant health policy, the Netherlands as an example
685
Health of national service veterans: an analysis of a community-based sample using data from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of England
686
Health of red morwong, Cheilodactylus fuscus, and rock cale, Crinodus lophodon, from Sydney cliff-face sewage outfalls
687
Health of remnant woodlands in fragments under distinct grazing regimes Original Research Article
688
Health of thalidomide victims and their progeny
689
Health of the coral reefs at the US Navy Base, Guantلnamo Bay, Cuba: A preliminary report based on isotopic records from gorgonians
690
Health of the Homeless Street Women in South Africa
691
Health of the homeless street women in South Africa
692
Health of the Iraqi people hangs in the balance
693
Health of the Israeli national health insurance
694
Health of the worldʹs Roma population
695
Health of the worldʹs Roma population
696
Health of the worldʹs Roma population
697
Health of UK servicemen who served in Persian Gulf War
698
Health of women after severe obstetric complications in Burkina Faso: a longitudinal study
699
Health officials investigate Brazilian outbreak
700
Health organisation warns that kala-azar has returned to South Sudan
701
Health Organization World, Prehospital Trauma Care Systems, World Health Organization (2005) ISBN 92-4-159294X 2005 62 pages,.
702
Health outcomes and self-labeling as a victim of workplace bullying
703
Health outcomes associated with beta-blocker and diltiazem treatment of unstable angin
704
Health outcomes associated with calcium antagonists compared with other first-line antihypertensive therapies: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
705
Health outcomes in adolescence: Associations with family, friends and school engagement
706
Health outcomes in decompensated congestive heart failure: a comparison of tertiary hospitals in Brazil and United States
707
Health Outcomes in Older Men with Localized Prostate Cancer: Results from the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Study
708
Health outcomes in older men with localized prostate cancer: Results from the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Study: Hoffman RM, Barry MJ, Stanford JL, Hamilton AS, Hunt WC, Collins MM, Medicine Service, New Mexico VA Health Care System, Albuquerque, NM
709
Health outcomes of bereavement
710
Health outcomes of older patients colonized by multi-drug resistant bacteria (MDRB): A one-year follow-up study
711
Health outcomes of patients undergoing cardiac surgery: Repeated measures using Short Form-36 and 15 Dimensions of Quality of Life questionnaire
712
Health Parameters Related to Maternal Education in Iranian Families With Young Children
713
Health perception of elderly people: the results of a longitudinal study
714
Health Perceptions and Anxiety Sensitivity in Patients with Panic Disorder
715
Health perceptions and risk behaviors of lung cancer survivors
716
Health pessimism among black and white adults: the role of interpersonal and institutional maltreatment
717
Health physics aspects of tritium operation at JET
718
Health plan quality-of-care information is undermined by voluntary reporting Original Research Article
719
Health policy analysis: a simple tool for policy makers
720
Health policy and European law: Closing the gaps
721
Health Policy and Management: In Praise of Political Science; Comment on “On Health Policy and Management (HPAM): Mind the Theory-Policy Practice Gap”
722
Health Policy and Technology and the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine
723
Health Policy and Technology—Special Issue on Electronic Health Records
724
Health policy and the new genetics
725
Health Policy and the NHS Towards 2000, Second Edition. Longman (1995), ISBN: 0-582-04279-8
726
Health Policy and the NHS, Judith Allsop. Longman (1995), ISBN: 0-582-04279-8
727
Health policy and the NHS: Towards 2000 (2nd edition) : by Judith Allsop. Longman Social Policy in Britain Series, London, 1995. 281 pp., £14.99 (paperback)
728
Health Policy in Australia: Heather Gardner, Simon Barraclough (Eds.); Oxford University Press, 2002, 362 pages, ISBN 019551348-7, (£14.95)
729
Health policy making: The Dutch experience
730
Health policy report
731
Health Policy Research Center at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences: A Tribute to Dr. Aaron Shirley
732
Health policy: drawing on a “global laboratory”
733
Health Policy-Making Requirements to Attain Universal Health Coverage in the Middle-Income Countries: A Brief Report
734
Health politics: the illegitimate child of health policy
735
Health Positive Uses of Genetically Modified Food Crops as a Source of
736
Health Practices and Disability: Some Evidence from Alameda County
737
Health practices and leukocyte DNA damage in Japanese hard-metal workers
738
Health Practices of Adults with Elder Care Responsibilities,
739
Health Practices That Predict Recovery from Functional Limitations in Older Adults Original Research Article
740
Health priorities and public preferences: the relative importance of past health experience and future health prospects
741
Health Priorities in FrenchSpeaking Swiss Cantons
742
Health problems among garment factory workers: A narrative literature review
743
Health problems and health actions among community-dwelling older adults: results of a health diary study
744
Health Problems and Nutritional Status of Selected Leprosy Victims of Burla Town, Orissa, India
745
Health problems as determinants of retirement: Are self-rated measures endogenous?
746
Health professional perceptions of opioid dependence among patients with pain
747
Health Professional Training and Capacity Strengthening Through International Academic Partnerships: The First Five Years of the Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda
748
Health professionals – do we have enough?
749
Health professionals donʹt feel secure in their own country
750
Health professionals need a new perspective on cosmetic surgery
751
Health professionals neglect needs of family when dealing with sudden death
752
Health professionals, Jewish religion and community structure in the service of the aging holocaust survivor
753
Health professionals, their medical interventions and uncertainty: A study focusing on women at midlife
754
Health Professionals’ Experience of Barriers in Empowering People with Spinal Cord Injury: a Qualitative Inquiry
755
Health professionals’ experience of paintings as a conversation instrument: a communication strategy at a nursing home in Sweden
756
Health professionals’ experiences and perceptions of challenges of interprofessional collaboration: Socio-cultural infl uences of IPC
757
Health Professionals’ Perception Related to Communication Technologies for Access to Information about Crack
758
Health professions on the aftermath of terrorism
759
Health programmes and policies associated with decreased mortality in displaced people in postemergency phase camps: a retrospective study
760
Health promoting Behaviors Among Adolescents: A Cross-sectional Study
761
Health Promoting Behaviors Among Postmenopausal Women in Langroud City, Iran
762
Health Promoting Behaviors in a Population-Based Sample of Middle- Aged Women and Its Relevant Factors in Yazd, Iran
763
Health Promoting Behaviors in Women of Khorramabad City in Western Iran in 2013
764
HEALTH PROMOTING CHEMICAL COMPONENTS OF ORANGE JUICE
765
Health Promoting Hospital: A Strategy for Reorientation toward Health Promotion
766
Health promoting hospitals in Iran: Persian translation, cultural adaptation, content and face validation of selfassessment form of the standards of health promoting hospitals affiliated to the World Health Organization
767
Health Promoting Hospitals Model in Iran
768
Health promoting hospitals: A case study in Iran
769
Health promoting hospitals: a study on educational hospitals of Isfahan, Iran
770
Health Promoting Life Style and Its Related Factors in Female Adolescents
771
Health Promoting Lifestyle among Students at Guilan University of Medical Sciences
772
Health Promoting Lifestyle and its Determinants Among University Students in Sabzevar, Iran
773
Health Promoting Life-Style Behaviors and Systemic Inflammation in African American and Caucasian Women Prior to Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer
774
Health Promoting Practice Dr Angela Scriven. Palgrave Macmillan 2005, £20.99, ISBN 1-4039-3411-8
775
Health promotion
776
Health Promotion — Foundations for Practice, Jennie Naidoo, Jane Wills. Ballière Tindall (1994), ISBN: 0 7020 1680 2
777
Health Promotion and Early Disease Detection Among Medical School Faculty
778
Health promotion and health education in practice, module 2: The organizational model : By Leo Baric with a Foreword by Dr Ilona Kickbusch, WHO EURO. Barns Publications, Altrincham, England, 1994, 623 pp., £28 (paper)
779
Health Promotion and Managed Care:: Surveys of California’s Health Plans and Population
780
Health Promotion and Osteoporosis Prevention among Postmenopausal Women
781
Health promotion approach for control of Taenia solium infection in Nepal
782
Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway – Who, What, When, and How: A Response to Recent Commentaries
783
Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway: The Use of Public Health Coordinators and Health Overviews to Promote Fair Distribution Among Social Groups
784
Health promotion behaviors and quality of life among community-dwelling elderly in Korea: A cross-sectional survey
785
Health promotion behaviors in women with chest pain
786
Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality
787
Health promotion in later life: public and professional perspectives on an expert system for health risk appraisal
788
Health promotion in physician organizations: Results from a national study Original Research Article
789
Health promotion in primary care: Physician-patient communication and decision making about prescription medications
790
Health promotion in the curricula and teaching of two polytechnics in Finland
791
Health promotion information: Sources and significance for those with serious and persistent mental illness
792
Health Promotion Methods for Smoking Prevention and Cessation: A Comprehensive Review of Effectiveness and the Way Forward
793
Health Promotion Methods for Smoking Prevention and Cessation: A Comprehensive Review of Effectiveness and the Way Forward
794
Health promotion planning: an educational and ecological approach, third edition
795
Health promotion practices of emergency physicians
796
Health promotion research and practice require sound policy analysis models: The case of Quebecʹs Tobacco Act
797
Health promotion versus disease and care: failure to establish “blissful clarity” in British nurse education and practice
798
Health Promotion: Disciplines, Diversity and Developments: Second edition; Robin Bunton, Gordon Macdonald (Eds.); Routledge, 2002, 325 pages, ISBN 0-415-23570-7, $27.95
799
Health Promotion: Professional Perspectives, A. Sciven, J. Orme. Macmillan, Philadelphia, PA (1997), ISBN: 0 333 64497 2
800
Health Promotion: Theory and Practice, John Kemm, Ann Close. MacMillan (1995), ISBN: 0-333-57769-8
801
Health Promotion: theory and practice. Macmillans Press, Wales (1995), ISBN: 0-333-57769-8
802
Health promotion—fact or fiction?
803
Health promotion—Theory & practice : By J. Kermm and A. Close. Macmillan, 1995, ISBN 0 33357 7698, £13.99
804
Health protection: communicable disease, public health and infection control educational programmes—a case study from the UK
805
Health protection: The final straight?
806
Health protection—a strategy and a national agency
807
Health providers’ compliance with pregnant women’s Bill of Rights in labor and delivery in Iran
808
Health Psychological Constructs as Predictors of Doping Susceptibility in Adolescent Athletes
809
Health psychology and the study of the case: from method to analytic concern
810
Health Psychology. An Introduction for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals, Neil Niven. Churchill Livingstone (1994), ISBN: 0 443 04810 X
811
Health Psychology: Phillip L. Rice, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, Pacific Grove, CA, 1998, 555 pp., $63.95 (cloth).
812
Health Recommendations for the Elderly in the Viewpoint of Traditional Persian Medicine
813
Health Reform and Beyond: Delivering Results for Children
814
Health reform and the Affordable Care Act: The importance of mental health treatment to achieving the triple aim
815
Health reform in Chile
816
Health reform in Mexico: a work in progress
817
Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity
818
Health Reform: Public Success, Private Failure: edited by Daniel Drache and Terry Sullivan. Routledge, London, 1999, 366 pp., US$27.99 (paper).Myths and Realities about the Decentralization of Health Systems: edited by Riitta-Liisa Kolehmainen-Aitken. Man
819
Health reforms further anger Germanyʹs striking doctors
820
Health reforms in the wider Europe
821
Health related behavioural change in context: young people in transition
822
Health Related Issues for Individuals with Special Health Care Needs
823
Health related migration: evidence of reduced “urban-drift”
824
Health- Related Physical Fitness and Normative Data in Healthy Women, Tehran, Iran
825
Health Related Quality of Life and Its Socio-Demographic Determinants among Iranian Elderly People: a Population Based Cross-Sectional Study
826
Health Related Quality of Life and Its Socio-Demographic Determinants among Iranian Elderly People: a Population Based Cross-Sectional Study
827
Health related quality of life and pain characteristics among Iranian patients suffering non-malignant chronic pain
828
Health related quality of life changes in somatising patients after individual versus group cognitive behavioural therapy: A randomized clinical trial
829
Health related quality of life in both types of diabetes in Shiraz, Iran
830
Health Related Quality of Life in Elderly People Living in Bandar Abbas, Iran: A Population-Based Study
831
Health Related Quality of Life in Iranian Elderly Citizens: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
832
Health related quality of life in Iranian patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Reliability and validity of the Persian version of the IBS-QOL
833
Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease due to Chemical Warfare
834
Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: Psychological and Socio-Demographical Determinants
835
Health Related Quality of Life in Patients With High Blood Pressure in the Rural Areas of Golestan Province, Iran
836
Health related quality of life in recurrent depression: A comparison with a general population sample
837
Health related quality of life in the female-headed households
838
Health related quality of life of adolescents in Vietnam: cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Adolescent Duke Health Profile
839
Health related quality of life outcomes after radical prostatectomy: Attention to study design and the patient-based importance of single-surgeon studies
840
Health Related Quality of Life, Depression, Anxiety and Stress in Patients with Beta-Thalassemia Major
841
Health research and human rights in South Africa
842
Health Research Evaluation and its Role on Knowledge Production
843
Health Research Governance: Introduction of a New Web-based Research Evaluation Model in Iran: One-decade Experience
844
Health Research Governance: Introduction of a New Web-based Research Evaluation Model in Iran: One-decade Experience
845
Health research in practice, volume two: Personal experiences, public issues : By Derek Colquhoun and Allan Kellehear. Chapman & Hall, London, 1995. 204pp. £17.99
846
Health research in the tropics
847
Health research in the tropics
848
Health research in the UK: the price of success
849
Health research priority setting in Iran: Introduction to a bottom up approach
850
Health research: find the charcoal first
851
Health research: what happened to the charcoal?
852
Health research: whatʹs culture got to do with it?
853
Health Researches; Progress and Challenges‐ 10/90 Gap
854
Health resources on the world wide web
855
Health Rights and Realization; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?”
856
Health risk analysis of PCDD/F emissions from MSW incineration: comparison of probabilistic and deterministic approaches Original Research Article
857
Health risk and inequitable distribution of liquor stores in African American neighborhood
858
Health risk as an emerging field within the new penology
859
Health risk assessment for inuit newborns exposed to dioxin-like compounds through breast feeding
860
Health risk assessment for nanoparticles: A case for using expert judgment
861
Health risk assessment for polychlorinated biphenyls, polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans, and polychlorinated naphthalenes in seafood from Guangzhou and Zhoushan, China
862
Health risk assessment for residents exposed to atmospheric diesel exhaust particles in southern region of Taiwan
863
Health risk assessment for traffic policemen exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Tianjin, China
864
Health risk assessment for uranium in Korean groundwater
865
Health risk assessment of air emissions from a municipal solid waste incineration plant – A case study
866
Health risk assessment of As and Zn in canola and soybean oils consumed in Kermanshah, Iran
867
HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC PARTICULATE-BOUND POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN SHIRAZ, IRAN
868
Health Risk Assessment of Chromium-Accumulated Fish and Vegetables at Gulshan Lake of Bangladesh: A Case Study
869
Health risk assessment of citrus contaminated with heavy metals in Hamedan city, potential risk of Al and Cu
870
Health Risk Assessment of Dermal Exposure to Heavy Metals Content of Chemical Hair Dyes
871
Health risk assessment of dioxin emissions from municipal waste incinerators: the Neerlandquarter (Wilrijk, Belgium)
872
Health risk assessment of eight heavy metals in nine varieties of edible vegetable oils consumed in China
873
Health risk assessment of exposure to chlorpyrifos and dichlorvos in children at childcare facilities Original Research Article
874
Health risk assessment of exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) contained in residential air particulate and dust in Guangzhou and Hong Kong
875
Health Risk Assessment of Fe, Mn, Cu, Cr in Drinking Water in some Wells and Springs of Shush and Andimeshk, Khuzestan Province, Southern Iran
876
HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH METHYL TERTIARY BUTYL ETHER (MTBE)
877
HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED WITH METHYL TERTIARY BUTYL ETHER (MTBE)
878
Health risk assessment of heavy metal exposure to street dust in the zinc smelting district, Northeast of China Original Research Article
879
Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals (Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn) in Soybean Marketed in Hamedan City, Iran
880
Health risk assessment of heavy metals in roadside soil along the Hemmat Highway of Tehran, Iran, in 2014
881
Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Soil from the Iron Mines of Itakpe and Agbaja, Kogi State, Nigeria
882
Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in the Leafy, Fruit, and Root Vegetables Cultivated Near Mongla Industrial Area, Bangladesh
883
Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in Vegetables in an Endemic Esophageal Cancer Region in Iran
884
Health risk assessment of heavy metals via dietary intake of foodstuffs from the wastewater irrigated site of a dry tropical area of India
885
Health Risk Assessment of Inorganic Arsenic Through Groundwater Drinking Pathway in some Agricultural Districts of Hamedan, West of Iran
886
Health risk assessment of kerosene usage in an informal settlement in Durban, South Africa
887
Health risk assessment of lead for children in tinfoil manufacturing and e-waste recycling areas of Zhejiang Province, China Original Research Article
888
Health risk assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in Canada
889
Health Risk Assessment of Natural Background Radiation in Residents of Khorramabad, Iran
890
Health Risk Assessment of Nitrite and Nitrate in the Drinking Water in Mashhad, Iran
891
Health risk assessment of occupational exposure to harmful chemical agents in a pesticide manufacturing plant
892
Health risk assessment of personal inhalation exposure to volatile organic compounds in Tianjin, China Original Research Article
893
Health risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heavy metals via dietary intake of vegetables grown in the vicinity of thermal power plants
894
Health risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the source water and drinking water of China: Quantitative analysis based on published monitoring data Original Research Article
895
Health risk assessment of selected heavy metals in some edible fishes from Gorgan Bay, Iran
896
Health risk assessment of textile effluent reuses as irrigation water in leafy vegetable Basella alba
897
Health risk assessment of the concentration of trace elements in cosmetic products in Sanandaj, Iran
898
Health risk assessment of trace elements in Chinese raisins produced in Xinjiang province
899
Health Risk Assessment on Bioavailability of Heavy Metals in Klang District Urban Surface Soil
900
Health risk assessment on dietary exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Taiyuan, China Original Research Article
901
Health risk assessment on human exposed to environmental polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons pollution sources
902
Health risk assessment procedures for endocrine disrupting compounds within different regulatory frameworks in the European Union
903
Health risk associated with dietary co-exposure to high levels of antimony and arsenic in the worldʹs largest antimony mine area Original Research Article
904
Health Risk Behaviors: Examining Social Inequalities in Bladder and Colorectal Cancers
905
Health risk escalators and the rehabilitation of offenders with learning disabilities
906
Health risk factors among detained adolescent females Original Research Article
907
Health risk factors and occupation among Iowa workers Original Research Article
908
Health risk from heavy metals via consumption of food crops in the vicinity of Dabaoshan mine, South China Original Research Article
909
Health risk influence on medical care costs and utilization among 2,898 municipal employees
910
Health risk of combustion products: toxicological considerations
911
Health risk of Hg, Pb, Cd, Zn, and Cu to the inhabitants around Huludao Zinc Plant in China via consumption of vegetables
912
Health Risk Ranking of Lead Contaminated Sites in Bagega Community, Zamfara State, Nigeria
913
Health risks and benefits of bis(4-chlorophenyl)-1,1,1-trichloroethane (DDT)
914
Health risks and loss of tourist revenue in Kenya
915
Health Risks Assessment of Criteria Air Pollutants on Shiraz Residents Using AirQ and GAM models during 2012-2013
916
Health risks at the Hajj
917
Health risks attributed to particulate matter of 2.5 microns or less in Tehran air 2005-2014
918
Health risks of dietary intake of environmental pollutants by elite sportsmen and sportswomen
919
Health risks of genetically modified foods
920
Health risks of genetically modified foods
921
Health risks of genetically modified foods
922
Health risks of genetically modified foods
923
Health risks of genetically modified foods
924
Health risks of genetically modified foods
925
Health risks of heavy metals for Population via Consumption of greenhouse vegetables in Hamadan, Iran
926
Health risks of heavy metals in contaminated soils and food crops irrigated with wastewater in Beijing, China
927
Health risks of heavy metals to the general public in Tianjin, China via consumption of vegetables and fish
928
Health Risks of Higher Birth Weight, Rapid Growth, Early Maturation and Taller Height
929
Health risks of immigration: the Yemenite and Ethiopian cases in Israel
930
Health risks of NO2, SPM and SO2 in Delhi (India)
931
Health risks of raw sewage with particular reference to Ascaris in the discharge zone of El Jadida (Morocco) Original Research Article
932
Health Risks, Ability to Pay, and the Use of Primary Care: Is the Distribution of Service Effective and Equitable?
933
Health safety of drinking water in the Dragash zone
934
Health scares and self-reporting of symptoms
935
Health Science and Technology Evaluation: Emerging for Innovation
936
Health science libraries in India—Their resources and services
937
Health Science Libraries in the 21st Century
938
Health science studentsʹ conceptions of group supervision
939
Health sciences librarians’ attitudes toward the Academy of Health Information Professionals
940
Health sciences libraries building survey, 1999–2009
941
Health sciences libraries in Kuwait: a study of their resources, facilities, and services
942
Health Sciences Technology Development in IRAN during last decade
943
Health Sector Coordination in Disasters: Barriers and Facilitators
944
Health Sector Evolution Plan in Iran; Equity and Sustainability Concerns
945
Health Sector Inflation Rate and its Determinants in Iran: A Longitudinal Study (1995-2008)
946
Health sector reform and public sector health worker motivation: a conceptual framework
947
Health sector reform and rise of caesarean birth in Chile
948
Health sector reform in Argentina: a cautionary tale
949
Health sector reform in developing countries: Making health development sustainable : Edited by Peter Berman. Harvard Series on Population and International Health, Harvard University Press, Boston, MA., 1995. 414 pp., $15.00 (paper)
950
Health sector reform: Lessons from China
951
Health Sector Reforms and Changes in Prevalence of Untreated Morbidity, Choice of Healthcare Providers among the Poor and Rural Population in India
952
Health selection in a 14-year follow-up study—A question of gendered discrimination?
953
Health selection in the Whitehall II study, UK
954
Health selection: the role of inter- and intra-generational mobility on social inequalities in health
955
Health service changes in New Zealand
956
Health service changes in New Zealand
957
Health service costs and quality of life for early elective surgery or ultrasonographic surveillance for small abdominal aortic aneurysms
958
Health Service Quality: Comment on “How Outpatient Service Quality in Hospitals Affects Patients’ Loyalty?”
959
Health service staff’s attitudes towards patients with mental illness
960
Health Service Use Among Persons With Self-Reported Depression: A Longitudinal Analysis of 7,164 Women
961
Health service utilization for perceived postpartum morbidity among poor women living in Karachi
962
Health services accessibility among Spanish elderly
963
Health Services Accreditation Standards for Information Management in Canada, New Zealand and USA: A Comparative Study
964
Health Services Management in Turkey: Failure or Success?
965
Health services research
966
Health services research
967
Health Services Research Agenda for Clinical Preventive Services
968
Health services research and the nursing workforce: Access and utilization issues
969
Health Services Research Spending and Healthcare System Impact; Comment on “Public Spending on Health Service and Policy Research in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Modest Proposal”
970
Health services research: saviour or chimera?
971
Health services use and growth patterns among older siblings of infants with prenatal drug exposure
972
Health services use by older adults in an urban public health system
973
Health Services Vulnerability During the Ebola Outbreak: A Qualitative Report
974
Health services: #66 Access to psychiatric services in new york city following the septemer 11th terrorist attacks
975
Health shocks, village elections, and household income: Evidence from rural China
976
Health should never be merely a means to an economic end
977
Health Situation and Trend in the Islamic Republic of Iran
978
Health situation in Iran
979
Health situation of refugees in Eastern Zaire
980
Health situation remains grave in southern Sudan
981
Health spending and poverty
982
Health state evaluation of an item: A general framework and graphical representation
983
Health state evaluation of an item: A general framework and graphical representation
984
Health State Valuation in Iran: An Exercise on Cardiovascular Diseases Using Visual Analogue Scale Method
985
Health statistics are no longer boring!
986
Health statistics now: are we making the right investments?
987
Health status after myocardial revascularization: Inferior results in women
988
Health status after recovery from burn injury
989
Health Status Among Internally Displaced Persons in Louisiana and Mississippi Travel Trailer Parks
990
Health status among young people in Slovakia: comparisons on the basis of age, gender and education
991
Health status and associated factors among the community-dwelling elderly in China
992
Health status and behavioral risk factors among persons with epilepsy in Ohio based on the 2006 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
993
Health status and bioremediation capacity of wild freshwater mussels (Diplodon chilensis) exposed to sewage water pollution in a glacial Patagonian lake
994
HEALTH STATUS AND BIO-SECURITY PLANS ON PIG FARMS
995
Health status and Canadaʹs immigrant population
996
Health status and functioning among the homeless mentally ill: An assessment of the medical outcomes study SF-36 scales
997
Health status and health care use of Massachusetts women reporting partner abuse Original Research Article
998
Health status and health-related quality of life in congestive heart failure
999
Health status and healthy life measures for population health need assessment: modelling variability and uncertainty
1000
Health Status and Hospital Utilization of Recent Immigrants to New York City
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