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Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure and Neurobehavioral Performance

Article published in Environmental Health Perspectives, May 2006.
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In Utero Exposure to DDT and DDE and Neurodevelopment Among Young Mexican American Children

Abstract of an article published July, 2006 in Pediatrics.
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Immunization Update, July 2006

New ACIP recommendations on HPV and Varicella vaccines. Update Mumps Outbreak.Influenza Season Update.
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Lack of Weight Gain and Relapse Risk in a Large Tuberculosis Treatment Trial

This article, published in May 2006 in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, presents research that demonstrates that if a patient is underweight or does not have a significant weight gain while on therapy the relapse rate of TB is much higher than in well nourished TB patients. easily identified, even in resource-poor settings.
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A Discussion of the Current Definition of Migrant Used in Migant and Community Health Centers

On many occasions, MCN staff has heard from colleagues in the area of migrant health that the official legislated definition of a Migrant or Seasonal Farmworker used in HRSA funded health centers is not representative of the population now being served in many M/CHCs. In order to have a clearer understanding of the opinions held by our colleagues, MCN initiated a 3 week-long survey in June, 2006 to gather information from individuals providing direct health services about the possible strengths or weaknesses of the definition of migrant currently in use. Here are the results.
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Between Women

Between Women: provides support services, promote awareness and advocates throughout the community. This organization is the only one in California's Imperial Valley devoted exclusively to breast health.
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Family Violence Training Manual for Community Health Workers

This manual was developed for community health workers and/or advocates who are working in family violence prevention.
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer

This site is to be used as a resource to find qualified sites that deal with Breast Cancer such as breast cancer news and information, support and advocacy, alternative approaches and general cancer information.
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CDC’s Advisory Committee Recommends Human Papillomavirus Virus Vaccination. June 29, 2006

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Breast Cancer Action

Breast Cancer Action carries the voices of people affected by breast cancer to inspire and compel the changes necessary to end breast cancer
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HPV and HPV Vaccine - Information for Healthcare Providers

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Lifetime Television for Women

On this web site you will find a breast health center, action center, map of hope, petitions, message boards, newsletter, a breast cancer glossary, facts and different resources. This web site also has Spanish information.
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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection

All about the virus from CDC website
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The Denver Foundation

The Denver Foundation is a community foundation. Community foundations are endowments - a permanent pool of money contributed by numerous local donors to benefit charitable causes.
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Project Juntos

A model project for binational tuberculosis control in the El Paso-Cuidad Juarez border region.
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ACIP has voted to recommend HPV vaccination for girls and women ages 9-26 years

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Influenza VIS. July 2006

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When do children and teens need vaccinations? Updated June 2006 (English version)

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Every day, teens are infected with hepatitis B virus: Be sure you're vaccinated against this disease. Updated June 2006.

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Waterborne Illnesses

This CME/CE course by Sussan K. Sutphen, MD, MEd offers an excellent overview about water and sanitation disease.
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