Burden of disease in Thailand: changes in health gap between 1999 and 2004
- Regular exercise wards of common cold. // Asian Pacific Post;11/11/2010, p5
The article focuses on a research study which found that the severity of common colds symptoms declined by 41% in people who were the fittest and by 31% in people who were most active, published in an issue of the "British Medical Journal."
- WTC Workers and Volunteers Suffering from Array of Health Problems. // Occupational Hazards;Oct2004, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p14
Discusses a study released on September 10, 2004 regarding health consequences of exposures sustained by workers and volunteers involved in the rescue and recovery operations in the World Trade Center in New York City. Illnesses experienced by the workers; Percentage of workers who experienced...
- Legionnaires' Disease and the Traveller. Grist, N. R.; Reid, D.; Najera, R. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Apr79, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p563
Investigates the presence of Legionnaires' disease among members of a package tour to Benidorm, Spain, in 1973. Places where the patients were reported as having been abroad either during or shortly before their illness.
- Soldiers and Oil Well Smoke. Schmidt, Charles W. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Nov2002, Vol. 110 Issue 11, pA690
Discusses the study by University of Iowa College of Public Health researchers published in 'Environmental Health Perspectives' journal, focusing on the respiratory health problems of Gulf War veterans who were exposed to oil-smoke during the war. Lack of evidence linking oil-smoke exposure to...
- SARS scaled down. // Australian Nursing Journal;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p13
Reports that Australian health authorities are scaling down measures for detecting and responding to the severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak in September 2003.
- Update: Influenza Activity -- United States, April 2-8, 2006. // MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;4/21/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 15, p431
Presents the results of a laboratory survey of influenza activities in the U.S. during April 2-8, 2006. Percentage of specimens testing positive for influenza; Deaths attributed to pneumonia and influenza; Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness; Assessment of human avian influenza A virus...
- Fujian flu more severe, but not unusual. Gagnon, Louise // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/3/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 3, p325
Focuses on the virulence of the A/Fujian influenza strain reported in the first of month of 2004 in Canada. Number of people who died from influenza in the country by the end of 2003; Average number of children in Canada that die from influenza every year; Percentage of parents which get their...
- A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HOME BASED STEAM INHALATION THERAPY ON REDUCING THE SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS AMONG UNDER FIVE CHILDREN IN RURAL KONANKUNTE; BANGALORE. ROSAMMA, V. J. // Golden Research Thoughts;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 6, Special section p1
Infections of the respiratory tract are perhaps the most common human ailment. While they are a source of discomfort disability and loss of time for most adults, they are a substantial cause of morbidity in young children and the elderly. Many of these infections run their natural course in...
- Solid fuel use and cooking practices as a major risk factor for ALRI mortality among African children. Rehfuess, E. A.; Tzala, L.; Best, N.; Briggs, D. J.; Joffe, M. // Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health;Nov2009, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p7
Background: Almost half of global child deaths due to acute lower respiratory infections (ALRIs) occur in sub-Saharan Africa, where three-quarters of the population cook with solid fuels. This study aims to quantify the impact of fuel type and cooking practices on childhood ALRI mortality in...