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California-Mexico Health Initiative

The Initiative's objective is to coordinate and optimize the availability of health resources for Mexican immigrants and their families through bilateral training, research, and health promotion activities.

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Regulatory Changes in the EPA's Worker Protection Standard

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing changes to the Worker Protection Standard (WPS), the agricultural worker regulation intended to provide basic workplace protection for millions of farmworkers.

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August 2006 Heptalk Listserv Archive

The topic of this resource is Liver Cancer and Hep B and C. We present two articles in full and three abstracts on the issues.

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Human Testing of Pesticides

FJF/MCN comments to the US Environmental Protection Agency against using human subjects to test pesticides.

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School-age vaccinations more complicated, expensive. USA Today, July 2006.

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ACIP Provisional recommendations for use of Td and Tdap vaccine in pregnant women

Preventionof Tetanus,Dhiphteria and Pertussis among pregnant women. ACIP voted on June 30, 2006.

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June/July 2006 Heptalk Listserv Archive

The June /July edition of the HepTalk Listserv will be devoted to Cultural Compentency. We're very pleased to welcome Dr. Jennie McLauren as the Listserv Editor for June 2006.

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May/June 2006 Heptalk Listserv Archive

Two successful adult immunization programs are featured, one in Pennsylvania and one in New York. Each involves cooperation between state and local health departments and community clinics in order to provide immunizations, including Hepatitis A and B, to migrant seasonal farmworkers.

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The National Alliance for Hispanic Health

The National Alliance for Hispanic Health serves Hispanic communities nationwide through its membership of thousands of front-line health providers and organizations.

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