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Fenvalerate : health and safety guide
World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1989 )
Fenvalerato : gu'ia para la salud y la seguridad
Pan American Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1993 )
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Fermentation : assessment and research : report of a Joint FAO/WHO Workshop on Fermentation as a Household Technology to Improve Food Safety, in collaboration with the Department of Health, Republic of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa, 11-15 December 1995
Joint FAO/WHO Workshop on Fermentation as a Household Technology to Improve Food Safety (1995: Pretoria, South Africa); World Health Organization. Food Safety Team; South Africa. Dept. of Health ( 1996 )
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Fertility and its relationship with sociocultural factors in Kuwaiti society
Al Kandari, Y.Y. ( 2007 )
Abstract

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of some sociocultural variables on the fertility of Kuwaiti women. A questionnaire was administered to a sample of 7749 married women [aged 15'78 years] selected randomly from 10 primary health care clinics in Kuwait. The fertility rate was 3.58 live births per woman. Fertility was higher among Sunni Muslim women, those of Bedouin ethnicity, and those in a consanguineous marriage [P < 0.001]. There was a significant negative relationship between fertility and respondents' educational level, occupation, age at marriage, socioeconomic status and type of marriage [consanguineous or not]. There was a positive relationship between fertility and the respondents' age and the family income

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Fertility regulating vaccines : report of a meeting between women's health advocates and scientists to review the current status of the development of fertility regulating vaccines, Geneva, 17-18 August 1992
WHO Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction ( 1993 )
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Feuille de route pour accélérer la réalisation des objectifs du millénaire pour le développement relatifs à la santé maternelle et néonatale en Afrique
Comité régional de l'Afrique, 54 ( 2001 )
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Feuille de route pour augmenter les effectifs sanitaires en vue d’une meilleure prestation de services de soins de santé dans la région africaine 2012-2025 (Document AFR/RC62/7)
Comité régional de l'Afrique, 62 ( 2012 )
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Feuille de route pour augmenter les effectifs sanitaires en vue d’une meilleure prestation de services de soins de santé dans la Région africaine 2012-2025 : rapport du Secrétariat
Comité régional de l'Afrique, 62 ( 2012 )
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Feuille de route pour la riposte au virus Ebola
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2014 )
Les feux d' artifice assombrissent la Fête des lumières en Inde / Dinesh Mohan & Mathew Varghese
Mohan, Dinesh; Varghese, Mathew ( 1990 )
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Fever and antipyresis : commentary / Heinz F. Eichenwald
Eichenwald, Heinz F ( 2003 )
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Fever prevalence and management among three rural communities in the North West Zone, Somalia
Youssef, R.M.; Alegana, V.A.; Amran, J.; Noor, A.M.; Snow, R.W. ( 2010 )
Abstract

Between March and August 2008 we undertook 2 cross-sectional surveys among 1375 residents of 3 randomly selected villages in the district of Gebiley in the North-West Zone, Somalia. We investigated for the presence of malaria infection and the period prevalence of self-reported fever 14 days prior to both surveys. All blood samples examined were negative for both species of Plasmodium. The period prevalence of 14-day fevers was 4.8% in March and 0.6% in August; the majority of fevers [84.4%] were associated with other symptoms including cough, running nose and sore throat; 48/64 cases had resolved by the day of interview [mean duration 5.4 days]. Only 18 [37.5%] fever cases were managed at a formal health care facility: 7 within 24 hours and 10 within 24-72 hours of onset. None of the fevers were investigated for malaria; they were treated with antibiotics, antipyretics and vitamins

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Fécondité : recherche et régulation : éditorial / A. de Francisco
De Francisco, A ( 2000 )
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Fédération internationale d'Action familiale
Conseil exécutif, 75 ( 1984 )
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Fédération internationale d'Hygiène, de Médecine préventive et de Médecine sociale
Conseil exécutif, 71 ( 1982 )
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Fédération internationale de la Viellesse
Conseil exécutif, 73 ( 1983 )
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Fédération Internationale des Syndicats de Travailleurs de l a Chimie, de l'énergie et des industries diverses
Conseil exécutif, 63 ( 1978 )
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Fédération Internationale des Syndicats de Travailleurs de la Chimie, de l'Énergie et des Industries Diverses (ICEF)
Conseil exécutif, 69 ( 1981 )
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Fédération Internationale des Syndicats de Travailleurs de la Chimie, de l'énergie et des industries diverses (ICEF)
Conseil exécutif, 65 ( 1979 )
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Fédération Internationale des Syndicats de Travailleurs de la Chimie, de l'Énergie et des Industries Diverses (ICEF)
Conseil exécutif, 67 ( 1980 )
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