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The effects of mixtures of DDT and Malathion on mosquito activity and mortality / by R. Elliott
Elliott, R; World Health Organization ( 1961 )
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Effects of MRI on implantable drug pumps
( 2009 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services
World Health Assembly, 36 ( 1983 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services
World Health Assembly, 40 ( 1987 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services
World Health Assembly, 38 ( 1985 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services (draft resolution proposed by the following delegations: Bulgaria, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Viet Nam)
World Health Assembly, 40 ( 1987 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services : report of the WHO Management Group on Follow-up of Resolution WHA36.28: "The role of physicians and other health workers in the preservation and promotion of peace ..."
WHO Management Group on Follow-Up of Resolution WHA36.28; World Health Organization ( 1987 )
Abstract

The scientific report documenting the devastation that would be caused by a nuclear war and the catastrophic effects it would have on health. The report, which incorporates the views of 14 leading medical and scientific experts, has been revised to include the results of several recent studies, including new work demonstrating climatic effects and new knowledge about the importance of conflagration and superfires. Revised estimates also reflect the development of sophisticated computer modelling techniques allowing more precise quantitative predictions of short- and long-term human casualties and the extent of ecological ruin. More than 300 references to the medical, scientific, and military literature are included. By providing a scientific account of predictable events, the book serves to illustrate the main reasons why medical services would have little or nothing to offer injured survivors, and why the only realistic preparation for a nuclear war is to work for its prevention

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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services: report of the International Committee of Experts in Medical Sciences and Public Health to implement resolution WHA34.38
World Health Assembly, 36 ( 1983 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services: report of the WHO management group on follow-up of resolution WHA36.28
World Health Assembly, 44 ( 1991 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services: report of the WHO management group on follow-up of resolution WHA40.24
World Health Assembly, 43 ( 1990 )
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Effects of nuclear war on health and health services: report of the WHO Management Group on follow-up of resolution WHА36.28
World Health Assembly, 40 ( 1987 )
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Effects of occupational health hazards on reproductive functions : report prepared by a WHO meeting, Geneva, 4-8 August 1986 / editors, M. A. El Batawi ... [et al.]
El Batawi, Mostafa A; Fomenko, V; Hemminki, K; Sorsa, Marja; Vergieva, T; World Health Organization. Office of Occupational Health ( 1987 )
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Effects of omega-3 fatty acid supplements on serum lipids, apolipoproteins and malondialdehyde in type 2 diabetes patients
Shidfar, F.; Keshavarz, A.; Hosseyni, S.; Ameri, A.; Yarahmadi, S. ( 2008 )
Abstract

In order to test whether hyperlipidaemia and glycaemic control can be improved among diabetes patients by dietary supplementation with purified omega-3 fatty acids, we carried out a doubleblind, placebo-controlled trial on 50 type 2 diabetes patients randomized to 2 g/day purified omega-3 fatty acids or placebo for 10 weeks. Fasting triglycerides decreased significantly with supplementation relative to placebo [P = 0.01]. There was a significant decrease in ApoB-100 and malondialdehyde compared to baseline values and compared to the control group. Omega-3 fatty acids had no significant effect on serum lipid levels, ApoA-I, glucose, insulin and HbA1[c]

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Effects of passive smoking on children's health: a review
Hawamdah, A.; Kasasbeh, F.A.; Ahmad, M.A. ( 2003 )
Abstract

Since the mid-1980s there has been increasing interest in the effects of passive smoking on the health of children. It has been estimated that the total nicotine dose received by children whose parents smoke is equivalent to their actively smoking between 60 and 150 cigarettes per year. This review article considers the evidence for a relationship between passive smoking and disorders such as: prenatal damage to the fetus; poor growth indicators; respiratory illness; atopy and asthma; coronary heart disease; and sudden infant death syndrome. We conclude that paediatricians should not be complacent about the hazards of passive smoking for children and that public health education efforts should be continued

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Effects of radiation on human genetics
Executive Board, 17 ( 1956 )
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Effects of radiation on human genetics (item proposed by the government of Denmark)
Executive Board, 17 ( 1956 )
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Effects of salted food consumption on urinary iodine and thyroid function tests in two provinces in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Azizi, F.; Rahmani, M.; Allahverdian, S.; Hedayati, M. ( 2001 )
Abstract

We evaluated sources of difference in urinary iodine between two neighbouring Iranian provinces, Gilan and Mazandaran. In the cities of Rasht [Gilan] and Sari [Mazandaran], 340 and 343 participants respectively were selected by cluster sampling. Urinary iodine in Rasht was significantly higher than in Sari [31 micro g/dL versus 21 micro g/dL]. Sodium and potassium urine levels in Rasht were also higher than Sari. Mean daily intake of iodized salt and thyroid function tests were not significantly different. Average annual consumption of some salted foods was significantly higher in Rasht than Sari. We conclude that higher consumption of salted foods in Rasht is responsible for an increase in urinary iodine

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Effects of saturated fatty acids on serum lipids and lipoproteins: a systematic review and regression analysis
Mensink, Ronald P.; World Health Organization ( 2016 )
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Effects of single-dose praziquantel on morbidity and mortality resulting from intestinal schistosomiasis
Kheir, M.M. ( 2000 )
Abstract

The long-term effect of single-dose praziquantel on morbidity and mortality from Schistosoma mansoni was investigated in surveys in 1987 and 1994 in central Sudan. Prevalence of infection dropped from 53% to 34%, and intensity of infection [400 eggs/g of faeces] from 31% to 18%. There was a reduction in hepatomegaly and hepatosplenomegaly, although splenomegaly alone was unchanged. Prevalence of periportal fibrosis decreased from 14% to 10%. Endoscopic investigation of patients with fibrosis showed a reduction in oesophageal varices from 47% to 30%. Mortality due to bleeding varices was high [community-wide, up to 11/100 infected patients with bleeding]. Thus praziquantel mass treatment can be spaced to a much longer period, reducing the expense of treatment, delivery and distribution

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The effects of solar UV radiation on the eye : report of an informal consultation, Geneva, 30 August - 3 September 1993
Informal Consultation on the Effects of Solar UV Radiation on the Eye (1993: Geneva, Switzerland); WHO Programme for the Prevention of Blindness; World Health Organization. Office of Global and Integrated Environmental Health ( 1994 )
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