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Article 0 - Editorial - Global health surveillence (pp. 131-132)
Authors / Editors: Joav Merrick, Ariel Tenenbaum, and Mohammed Morad
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Authors / Editors: Hani M. Samawi, James H. Stephens, Gerald R. Ledlow, and Ren Chunfeng

Article 2 - Forced sex among female adults in Zambia: Results from the Zambian Sexual Behavioural Survey, 2009 (pp. 143-148)
Authors / Editors: Seter Siziya, Adamson S. Muula, Aseel Mansour, Emmanuel Rudatsikira, Selestine H. Nzala, Cosmas Zyaambo, Peter Songolo, and Olusegun Babaniyi

Article 3 - The social and economic patterning of sleeping pill use among working age Canadians: Identifying vulnerable subgroups (pp. 149-154)
Authors / Editors: William H. Laverty, Ivan W. Kelly, and Bonnie L. Janzen

Article 4 - Needs assessment of medical care for rural Jamaicans that require assistance from short-term medical missions (pp. 155-164)
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Article 5 - Spectrum of hemoglobinopathies and evaluation of beta-thalassemia trait in tribal land of Middle India (165-177)
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Article 6 - Ranking countries by their magnitude of disease: A reliability analysis (pp. 179-185)
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Article 7 - Integration of graduates of a healthcare management program in public and private healthcare services in Israel from an interdisciplinary perspective (pp. 187-201)
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