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Volume 206, Numbers 4-5, August 2003

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Overview of international environmental health
pp. 257-262(6)
Authors: Borrazzo, John; Walling, Richard; Falk, Henry

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Environmental health moves into the 21st century
pp. 263-267(5)
Authors: Schonwalder, Christopher; Olden, Kenneth

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Global urbanization and impact on health
pp. 269-278(10)
Authors: Moore, Melinda; Gould, Philip; Keary, Barbara S.

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An international perspective on hazardous waste practices
pp. 291-302(12)
Authors: Orloff, Kenneth; Falk, Henry

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International occupational health
pp. 303-313(11)
Author: LaDou, Joseph

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The health impact of environmental pollutants: a special focus on lead exposure in South Africa
pp. 315-322(8)
Authors: Harper, Carolyn C.; Mathee, Angela; von Schirnding, Yasmin; De Rosa, Christopher T.; Falk, Henry

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Bilateral environmental and occupational health program with India
pp. 323-332(10)
Authors: Allred, Mike; Campolucci, Sharon; Falk, Henry; Ganguly, N. K.; Saiyed, H. N.; Shah, Bela

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Environmental health collaboration: United States and Russia
pp. 333-338(6)
Authors: Rubin, C. H.; Jones, R. L.; Revich, B.; Avaliani, S. L.; Gurvich, E.

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Environmental health in Egypt
pp. 339-350(12)
Author: Anwar, Wagida A.

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Arctic health policy: contribution of scientific data
pp. 351-362(12)
Authors: Berner, James E.; Gilman, Andrew

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A global approach to childhood lead poisoning prevention
pp. 363-369(7)
Authors: Meyer, Pamela A.; McGeehin, Michael A.; Falk, Henry

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Elemental mercury poisoning in occupational and residential settings
pp. 371-379(9)
Authors: Risher, John F.; Nickle, Richard A.; Amler, Sherlita N.

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Case studies – Arsenic
pp. 381-386(6)
Authors: Selene, C.-H.; Chou, J.; De Rosa, Christopher T.

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Cooperative actions to achieve malaria control without the use of DDT
pp. 387-394(8)
Authors: Chanon, Keith E.; Méndez-Galván, Jorge F.; Galindo-Jaramillo, Jose Manuel; Olguín-Bernal, Hector; Borja-Aburto, Victor H.

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Children's environmental health – an international perspective
pp. 395-400(6)
Authors: Firestone, Michael P.; Amler, Robert W.

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Susceptibility and biomarker knowledge for improvement of environmental health
pp. 401-412(12)
Authors: Salama, Salama A.; Au, William W.

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Paradigms and progress in building research capacity in international environmental health
pp. 413-422(10)
Authors: Hrynkow, Sharon H.; Primack, Aron; Bridbord, Kenneth

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Developing an international consensus on DDT: a balance of environmental protection and disease control
pp. 423-435(13)
Authors: Walker, Kathleen R.; Ricciardone, Marie D.; Jensen, Janice

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Toxicity characterization of environmental chemicals by the US National Toxicology Program: an overview
pp. 437-445(9)
Authors: Chhabra, Rajendra S.; Bucher, John R.; Wolfe, Mary; Portier, Christopher

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Development of a globally harmonized system for hazard communication
pp. 447-452(6)
Authors: Silk, Jennifer C.

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Ethical issues in international environmental health research
pp. 453-463(11)
Authors: Lavery, J. V.; Upshur, R. E. G.; Sharp, R. R.; Hofman, K. J.

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