The Changing Face of Disease: Implications for Society

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Index

a
abdominal circumference 26
adiposity 34
accidents 171 , 74 ;
motor vehicle 67 , 157 ;
occupational 87
Aedes aegypti12
aflatoxins 183
agricultural:
development 17 , 44 ;
practices 13
AIDS see HIV
alcohol dehydrogenase 133
alcohol dependence 164
alcoholism 156
Alzheimer's 36
American Indians 153
anaemia 68 , 76 , 77 , 104 , 106
animal husbandry 12
Ancylostoma duodenale see hookworm
Anopheles gambiae see mosquitoes
anthelminthic 75
antibiotic:
resistance 42 , 43 ;
resistant cocci 192
artemisinins 107
Apo C-III gene 133
Ascaris lumbricoides see roundworm
asthma 32 , 88 , 179

b
β-adrenocepter 133
Bacillus cereus189
Barker hypothesis see fetal origins hypothesis
Bartonella194
Bayesian 117
bednets 105 ;
insecticide impregnated 107 ;
untreated 110
biocultural perpective 4
bio-terrorism 8
birth records 23
birth weight 26-7 , 164 ;
low 91 , 104
body mass index 94
blood pressure, high 25
bronchitis 14

c
cachexia 124
cancer 14 ;
breast 34 , 163 ;
cervical 157 ;
colon 163 ;
prostate 34 ;
reproductive 36 ;
testicular 93
Camplyobacter187
candidate gene 3 , 76
carbon monoxide levels 91
case-control studies 3 , 132
cercariae 13 , 114
Chagas' disease 46 , 68 , 70 , 71
chemotherapy 115
chicken pox 13
chloroquine 106
cholera 13 , 31 , 43 , 46-7 , 97 , 172 , 179
Chlamydia184 , 187
cirrhosis 157
Clostridium perfringens189
cognitive tests 120
condom 143
contraceptive pill 184
coronary heart disease 25 , 130 , 174
Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease 198
cross-sectional data 23 , 33 , 132
Cryptosporidium185 , 191
cryptochordism 93
cytokine 30
cytotoxis 29

d
Dengue fever 12 , 41 , 47 , 196
DDE see toxicants
DDT see toxicants
DET 108
diabetes 25 , 131 , 157 ;
family history 132 ;
genetic factors 132 ;
insulinresistant 134 ;
type 2 , 3 , 26 , 131 , 133 , 163 , 174
diet 28
diphtheria 14 , 97 , 172

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