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    PDF HIV, AIDS, and the Eye: Epidemics, Endemics, and Syndemics 31%

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    Hello and welcome to the web continuing education course HIV/AIDS and the Eye: Epidemics, Endemics, and Syndemics. I am Doctor James Kundart, Associate Professor at Pacific University College of Optometry. My co-author is Dr. Lorne Yudcovitch, Professor at Pacific University Coll

    Hello and welcome to the web continuing education course HIV/AIDS and the Eye: Epidemics, Endemics, and Syndemics. I am Doctor James Kundart, Associate Professor at Pacific University College of Optometry. My co-author is Dr. Lorne Yudcovitch, Professor at Pacific University College of Optometry.

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    Major Epidemics in the History of Medicine 41%

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    M04 579H Major Epidemics in the History of Medicine Winter 2016 Major Epidemics in the History of Medicine - M04 579H Syllabus Description/Objectives: Points to be emphasized include the world-wide effects of such epidemics (bubonic plague), the discovery of vaccination and the a

    Major Epidemics . in the . History of Medicine . Center for History Of Medicine and Archives and Rare Books Winter 2016. January 6 – February 3 . M04 579H

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    Treating epidemics with low- cost generics 42%

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    Global Burden of Disease report, Lancet 2014, 385: 117-171 2 Deaths per year (thousands)

    Treating epidemics with low-cost generics Dr Andrew Hill ... exports of API from India to other countries, with costs per kilogram of API, for many drugs 6 . 7 From API cost/kg to target price API price/kg x grams per treatment course + $0.01 / tablet, + $0.35/month formulation

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    Reversing the Diabetes and Obesity Epidemics in New York City 32%

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    Reversing the Diabetes and Obesity Epidemics in New York City Table of Contents What is diabetes?............................................................................................................2 Introduction.............................................................

    Reversing the Diabetes and Obesity Epidemics in New York City. City University of New York Campaign against Diabetes • Public Health Association of New York City • September 2007 . A call to action to confront a public health, economic and . moral threat to New York City’s future

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    COnTaInInG epIDemICs - New York City 27%

    NYC Public Health and Healthcare Preparedness and Response REPORT COnTaInInG epIDemICs An effective school- and community-based campaign vaccinated the City against H1N1. A lmost all the schoolchildren were calm and uncomplaining, the New York City Health Department Pandemic Influenza Coordinator remembered. Traveling from

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    Effect of population density on epidemics 41%

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    2 Introduction To begin with, let us say that although the data that we analyze in this paper are mostly from the early 20th century our objective is not to write a historical paper. What guided us is the fact that the phenomenon that we wish to study, namely the density effect i

    Effect of population density on epidemics Ruiqi Li1, Peter Richmond2 and Bertrand M. Roehner3 Abstract Investigations of a possible connection between population density and the propaga-tion and magnitude of epidemics have so far led to mixed and unconvincing results. There are three reasons for that. (i) Previous studies did not focus on the ...

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    Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE) strategy regional ... 31%

    Yellow fever (YF) is an acute viral disease of humans and other primates2, transmitted by Aedes species and other mosquito species3, and endemic in tropical areas of Africa and Central and South America. The disease has a long history of causing devastating epidemics with international spread, causing many deaths, and to the detriment of health

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    Diabetes and obesity: Managing dual epidemics 39%

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    With type 2 diabetes, life can change in a heartbeat THE MORNING ON THE BEACH WAS PERFECT... Reference: 1. Shepherd J, Barter P, Carmena R, et al. Effect of lowering LDL aThe Treating to New Targets (TNT) study included 1501 patients with diabetes and CHD, with LDL cholesterol le

    of American adults with type 2 diabetes are obese, and the need to address these dual epidemics is clear. Many strategies exist, but how does a practitioner select the best option for an individual patient? This Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine supplement on diabetes and obesity includes articles by …

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    PDF Epidemics After Natural Disasters 40%

    on epidemics following natural disasters. Such disasters include earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and drought. Much misunderstanding surrounds the potential for commu-nicable diseases after disasters, with a widely held belief that epidemics are inevitable. This is partially due to an overestima -

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    PDF Virgin Soil Epidemics as a Factor in the Aboriginal ... 29%

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    Notes and Documcnts Virgin Soil Epidemics as a Factor in the Aboriginal Depopulation in America Alfred W. Crosby URING the last few decadeshistorianshave demonstratedin- creasing concern with the influence of disease in history, par- ticularly the history of the New World. For ex

    Virgin Soil Epidemics as a Factor in the Aboriginal Depopulation in America Alfred W. Crosby URING the last few decades historians have demonstrated in- creasing concern with the influence of disease in history, par- ticularly the history of the New World. For example, the latest

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    Is the World Prepared for Epidemics 46%

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    Is the World Prepared for Epidemics Like Ebola? Sana Jamal IRIA Report No. 3 November, 2014

    region is an equal threat to the whole world. Frightful manner of governments as well as alarmed behavior of health and science experts even in this advanced era reveals how little the developed world is prepared for epidemics like Ebola. Exploring the background and current scenario of Ebola crisis, the report focuses on future scenario,

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    Detecting influenza epidemics using search engine query data 33%

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    Traditional surveillance systems, including those employed by the U.S. Centers for Dis- ease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the European Influenza Surveillance Scheme (EISS), rely on both virologic and clinical data, including influenza-like illness (ILI) physician visits. CDC

    Detecting influenza epidemics using search engine query data ... to seasonal influenza, a new strain of influenza virus against which no prior immunity ... to search online for information about specific diseases or medical problems each year7,mak-

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    Spatial Diffusion: Epidemics and Pandemics Over Time Grade ... 29%

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    Materials: 3x5 index cards, World map, colored pencils, Reflection sheets, paper, pen or pencil, and Computer(s) to access: http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/tserve/nattrans/ntecoindian/essays/columbian.htm http://www.aidsinafrica.net/ http://www.sars.us http://www.pbs.org/wgbh

    examine how technology and medical advancements impact current spatial diffusion of pandemics. The 3x5 cards can be used as an exit ticket for students to define or describe their understanding of spatial diffusion, specifically with epidemics and pandemics over time.

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    Inequality, Zika epidemics, and the lack of reproductive ... 33%

    VIEWPOINT Inequality, Zika epidemics, and the lack of reproductive rights in Latin America Ana Cristina González Vélez,a Simone G. Dinizb a Doctoral Student, Programa de Pós Graduação en Bioética, Ética aplicada e Saúde Coletiva (PPGBIOS), Fiocruz, Brazil.

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    Status and Trends of the HIV/AIDS/STD Epidemics in Asia ... 32%

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    Acknowledgements The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the Regional Office for the Western Pacific of the World Health Organization for supporting participants from the various countries in the region. Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention (JFAP) for its f

    epidemics in the region; and • To produce and disseminate a consensus report on the current status of the HIV/AIDS epidemics in Asia and on the current and projected trends for these epidemics in the region. Because a large percentage of the world’s population resides in the Asia-Pacific region,

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