The Changing Face of Disease: Implications for Society

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5.1 Multivariable analysis of an adolescent's BMI in relation to their persistent PCB levels (ppb) 96
5.2 Relation of an adolescent's PCB levels (ppb; log transformed) and their thyroid hormones: partial correlation coefficients 97
5.3 Effect of PCB congener groups on thyroid hormones among adolescents of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation: multivariable analysis 98
6.1 Strength of clinical responses to malaria during pregnancy 105
6.2 Impact of insecticide-treated bednets on malaria in pregnancy 109
7.1 Contribution of definitive hosts to transmission in 50 villages in Dagami, Leyte in 1979 121
9.1 Free associations with AIDS/HIV: percentages of respondents citing these words rank-ordered by frequency. 147
10.1 Ten leading causes of death of American Indians in order of importance and life expectancy, 1950s and 1990s 154
10.2 Indian Health Service regional data, 1990s 155
10.3 Causes of death amenable to medical intervention: ratio of age adjusted death rates, Native Americans to non-indigenous Americans 157
10.4 The risk of alcohol dependence and the number of men and women with a lifetime history of alcohol dependence, by conduct disorder score 165
11.1 Selected respiratory symptoms, adjusted for confounding factors, before and after an air pollution intervention, odds ratios (OR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI) 176
12.1 Porcine viruses capable of transmission to humans following xenotransplantation 185
12.2 Food-borne Vibrio species potentially pathogenic to mankind 190
12.3 Traditional terms for tubercular infections 193

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