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01.Volume 2 Issue 4
02.Best Practice in Using Evidence for Health Policy: Do we know what it is?
03.What is Translational Research? Background, Concepts, and a Definition
04.Climate Adversity: Yet Another Stressor for Rural Adolescents (pp. 513-519)
05.Volume 5 Issue 3
06.Achieving High Performance Quality in Primary Healthcare: The Dutch Example
07.Associations Between Hunger and Emotional and Behavioral Problems: A Comparison Between Students in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda and Zambia (pp. 185-194)
08.Climate Change and Child Health in Australia: Likely Futures, New Inequities? (pp. 493-500)
09.Driving equity at a community level: Case studies of community-based peer-delivered health-care services and programs (pp. 67-78)
10.Enhancing Multidisciplinary Community Supports for Minority Preschool Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Promoting Family Centered and Evidence Based Practices (pp. 69-82)
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Hepatitis C and public health (Joav Merrick) pp. 99-100


Eosinophil cationic protein in pediatric asthma (Eugenia Panagiotopoulou, Michael B. Anthracopoulos and Kostas N. Priftis)
pp. 103-114

Are WHO/Euro system framework functions applicable to public health services? (Itamar Grotto, Maria Haralanova and Alex Leventhal)
pp. 115-118

Advancing youth tobacco use cessation in developing countries: Practical considerations (Steve Sussman and David S. Black)
pp. 119-128

Postpartum depression. Effects on the mother-infant relationship and child development (Deana B. Davalos, Alana M. Campbell and Amanda L. Pala) pp. 129-140

Typical and atypical expression of distress: A study on cry
(Gianluca Esposito and Paola Venuti) pp. 141-150


New psychosocial methods in child health care: Can we make a difference under routine conditions?
(Dagmar Lagerberg, Margaretha Magnusson and Claes Sundelin)
pp. 153-160

Watching health threats on the news: Predicting health risk perceptions, fear and behavior intentions
(Marijke Lemal and Jan Van den Bulck) pp. 161-172

Body esteem in British children: Differences due to weight status, ethnicity and gender (Michael J. Duncan, Yahya Al-Nakeeb, Lorayne Woodfield and Alan M Nevill) pp. 173-178

Causes and consequences of childhood burn: Experience from 100 cases in Bangladesh (Selim Ahmed, Aminur Rahman, Maleeha Hussain and Fazlur Rahman) pp. 179-186

Attitude of secondary school children towards people with HIV/AIDS. An insight into the stigma and discrimination problem in the English speaking Caribbean (Alok Kumar, Geeta Kumari, Richard Carter and Carmita Douglin) pp. 187-192

Does prolonged bottle use effect obesity indexes among preschool children? (Constantine IVardavas, Manolis Linardakis and Anthony G. Kafatos) pp. 193-202

Psychological and socio-demographic determinants of obsessionality ratings among the general population
(Bruce D. Kirkcaldy and Rainer Georg Siefen) pp. 203-214

Knowledge and attitudes toward anorexia nervosa and self body image among young and older women in Israel
(Liat Korn and Racheli Magnezi) pp. 215-224


Detection of a rare hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin in a tribal family in Orissa, India (Ranbir S. Balgir) pp. 227-234

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