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Medical sociology at the start of the new millennium
Residential segregation and the epidemiology of infectious diseases
Disability, space and sexuality: access to family planning services1
Anderson, P.; Kitchin, R.
Mortality differentials among women: the Israel Longitudinal Mortality Study
Manor, O.; Eisenbach, Z.; Israeli, A.; Friedlander, Y.
Stage of change is associated with assessment of the health risks of maternal smoking among pregnant women
Haslam, C.; Draper, E.
Driving donation: a geographic analysis of potential organ donors in the state of Ohio, USA
To boil or not: drinking water for children in a periurban barrio
Contract medicine arrangements in Hong Kong: an example of risk-bearing provider networks in an unregulated environment
Brudevold, C.; McGhee, S.M.; Ho, L.
''To every thing there is a season'' - social time and clock time in addiction treatment
Negotiating natural death in intensive care
Neutralizing differences: producing neutral doctors for (almost) neutral patients
The co-occurrence of correct and incorrect HIV transmission knowledge and perceived risk for HIV among women of childbearing age in El Salvador
London, A.S.; Robles, A.
Infections and Inequalities: The Modern Plagues - by Paul Farmer, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 1999, 375 pp., (cloth) $24.95
Misconceiving Mothers: Legislators, Prosecutors, and the Politics of Prenatal Drug Exposure - by Laura E. Gomez. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1997, 207 pp., $59.95 (cloth)