Treating HIV/AIDS in low-resource settings; Public health classic: smoking and lung cancer; Are the poor less healthy?; Private health insurance
Asian tsunami: death-toll addiction and its downside
- Michel Thieren
The challenge of private insurance for public good
- David B. Evans, Guy Carrin, & Timothy G. Evans
Efforts under way to stem ‘brain drain’ of doctors and nurses; How can health research help to save 500 000 mothers?
Tsunami body count is not a ghoulish numbers game; WHO in the tsunami crisis; Emergency doctor says WHO has key role in health crises
Socioeconomic differences in burden of disease in Sweden
- Rickard Ljung et al.
Global burden of disease due to low consumption of fruit and vegetables
- Karen Lock et al.
Socioeconomic status and health-seeking behaviour in Bangladesh
- Syed Masud Ahmed et al.
Global distribution of risk factors by poverty
- Tony Blakely et al.
Private health insurance and developing countries—Neelam Sekhri & William Savedoff
Prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS
- Daniel R. Hogan & Joshua A. Salomon
Tobacco smoking as a possible etiologic factor in bronchiogenic carcinoma
- Ernest L. Wynder & Evarts A. Graham
Commentary: When truth is unwelcome: the first reports on smoking and lung cancer
- Michael J. Thun
Improving the world’s health through national public health institutes
- Jeffrey P. Koplan et al.
Missing deaths from pesticide self-poisoning at the IFCS Forum IV
- Flemming Konradsen et al.
Return migration: policies and practices in Europe
- Jean-Christophe Dumont
Polio eradication — end-stage challenges
- Theodore H. Tulchinsky
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