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    • Socioeconomic determinants of dengue incidence in Singapore. 

      Ma, Stefan; Ooi, Eng Eong; Goh, Kee Tai (‎2008-12)‎
      Community participation is critical in sustaining vector population control activities in order to preventdengue transmission. However, disease exposure in a community is often not uniform across the entirepopulation and the identification of “at-risk” groups would enable the disease prevention effort to befocused and thus cost-effective. We performed ecological data analyses to study the association betweensocioeconomic variables and dengue incidence in Singapore from 1998 to 2002. Our results indicatedthat the DF/DHF incidence was ecologically ...