Environmental Health Update No. 12—May 2001

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Journals

ICDDRB: Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition – March 2001

Human Health Consequences of Climate Variability and Change for the United States EHP Supplement Volume 109(Supplement 2) May 2001 (full-text)

  • The Potential Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Temperature-Related Morbidity and Mortality in the United States   [HTML] [PDF]
  • Climate Variability and Change in the United States: Potential Impacts on Water- and Foodborne Diseases Caused by Microbiologic Agents   [HTML] [PDF]
  • Climate Variability and Change in the United States: Potential Impacts on Vector- and Rodent-Borne Diseases  [HTML] [PDF]

New Reports

International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis

World Health Organization

  • Intersectoral decision-making skills in support of health impact assessment of development projects: final report on the development of a course addressing health opportunities in water resources development, WHO, 2000.
  • Review of health impacts from microbiological hazards in health-care wastes (draft for comment) – WHO, 2001.

Supercourse on Epidemiology – Online Lectures

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