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The implications for training of embracing : a life course approach to health
International Longevity Centre-UK; World Health Organization. Dept. of Health Promotion/NCD Prevention and Surveillance ( 2000 )
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Implications of a global smallpox programme for smallpox-free countries
Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 010 ( 1959 )
The implications of AIDS for mothers and children : acts : international conference, Paris, November 27/30th 1989 = Les implications du SIDA pour la mère et l' enfant : actes : conférence internationale, Paris, 27/30 novembre 1989 / organized jointly by the Government of France and the World Health Organization
International Conference on the Implications of AIDS for Mothers and Children (1989: Paris); World Health Organization ( 1989 )
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The Implications of antiretroviral treatments : informal consultation, Geneva, 29-30 April 1997 / edited by Eric van Praag, Susan Fernyak and Alison Martin Katz
Informal Consultation on the Implications of Anti-Retroviral Treatments (1997: Geneva, Switzerland); Praag, Eric van; Fernyak, Susan; Martin Katz, Alison; World Health Organization. Office of HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases; UNAIDS ( 1997 )
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Implications of community health workers distributing drugs : a case study of Thailand / Luechai Sringernyuang, Thavitong Hongvivatana, Penchan Pradabmuk
Sringernyuang, Luechai; Hongvivatana, Thavitong; Pradabmuk, Penchan; WHO Action Programme on Essential Drugs ( 1994 )
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Implications of fructose in liver tumours of the Egyptian toad
Sadek, I.A.; Ismail, A.A.; Ismail, H.M.; Abdel Latif, A.A. ( 1998 )
Abstract

Environmental factors play an important role in the etiology of several types of cancer; this discovery has led to a great deal of interest in the role of diet in cancer etiology. It is well known that some factories which produce jams and juices use fructose rather than glucose or sucrose to sweeten their products. This study demonstrates that fructose insignificantly enhances the incidence of liver tumours in Egyptian toads previously injected with 7,12-dimethylbenz [a]-anthracene

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The implications of health sector reform for human resources development / Ala' Alwan and Peter Hornby
Alwan, Ala'; Hornby, Peter ( 2002 )
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Implications of individual and small group learning systems in medical education : report of a WHO study group [meeting held in Geneva from 23 to 29 November 1971]
WHO Study Group on the Implications of Individual and Small Group Learning Systems in Medical Education; World Health Organization ( 1972 )
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Implications of the agreement on South Asia free trade area on tobacco trade and public health in the SAARC region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2008 )
Abstract

Trade liberalization programme has become operational hrough the introduction of the South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) among South Asian nations. The agreement includes tobacco andtobacco products under the "Sensitive List". This document lists ways in whichtrade in tobacco products can be managed under SAFTA in the context of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.

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Implications of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS agreement and public health / Carlos M. Correa
Correa, Carlos M; World Health Organization. Dept. of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy ( 2002 )
Implications of the ICD-10 definitions related to death in pregnancy, childbirth or the puerperium / Judith A. Fortney
Fortney, Judith A ( 1990 )
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Implications of the summit of the Americas for the Pan American Health Organization: framework for health sector reform
Pan American Health Organization ( 1995 )
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Implications of the tobacco dependence syndrome for smoking control programmes / Lars M. Ramström & Roberto Masironi
Ramström, Lars M; Masironi, Roberto ( 1991 )
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Implications of the use of the new WHO growth charts on the interpretation of malnutrition and obesity in infants and young children in Oman
Alasfoor, D.; Mohammed, A.J. ( 2009 )
Abstract

We examined the difference in the prevalence estimates of the outcome indicators for the new World Health Organization [WHO] child growth standard reference [WHO 2006] and the National Center for Health Statistics [NCHS]/WHO reference using the National Protein-Energy Malnutrition Survey dataset. Based on the NCHS/WHO reference, overall prevalence estimates of underweight, wasting, stunting and overweight were 17.8%, 7.4%, 10.9% and 1.3% compared to 11.3%, 7.6%, 13.0% and 1.9% respectively calculated according to the WHO 2006 reference: stunting and overweight showed statistically significantly higher estimates, whereas underweight was statistically significantly lower. The differences were not consistent across age groups

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Implications of the World Health Organization 1949 budget on the budget for 1950: note by the Director-General
Executive Board, 2 ( 1948 )
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Implications of the World Health Organization 1949 budget on the budget for 1950: paper submitted by the United Kingdom delegation
Executive Board, 2 ( 1948 )
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Impliquer les hommes dans la prévention de la transmission mère-enfant du VIH
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2012 )
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Import alert : Ranbaxy facilities
( 2008 )
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Importance de l' exophilie anophélienne dans l' éradication du paludisme / par V. N. Beklemišev
Beklemišev, V. N; World Health Organization ( 1964 )
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Importance de l' écologie humaine dans l' épidémiologie et dans l' éradication du paludisme ar C. Balestrini
Balestrini, C; World Health Organization ( 1967 )
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