EHP Library Bulletin – Aug 2, 2000

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Journals/LinksNew Studies/ReportsNews
Current Journals
Emerging Infectious Diseases, July/Aug
Environmental Health Perspecives, July
The Lancet, 29 July
Nature Medicine
: Focus on Malaria
WHO Bulletin, July
New Web Sites
PopPlanet PRB & NCSE
Making Cities Work – USAID
Upcoming Conferences
CDC’s ListingMalaria Foundation Conference List
Is Global Warming Harmful to Health, by Paul Epstein in the August 2000 issue of “Scientific American
Prevention of Diarrhoea in a Poor District of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, by JD McLennan in the June 2000 issue of ICCDR,B’s new  “Journal of Population, Health and Nutrition.
Draft Recommendations for Decision Making on Municipal Wastewater by UNEP/GPA 2000.
Socioeconomic Determinants of Disease Transmission in Cambodia, by Resources for the Future, July 2000. Study shows that:
Toilets in the home are associated with significantly reduced prevalence of illness, especially among children.
The presence of a doctor is a critical factor in reducing disease transmission in developing countries
Enlisting Mosquitoes to Fight Malaria (HealthSCOUT News) Ebola‘s Deadly Secret Revealed (Reuters)

Protein Key to Deadly Ebola Effects, Study Shows (Reuters)El Salvador Declares Dengue Epidemic (Reuters)

Dengue
 Fever Kills Four in Bangladesh Capital (Reuters)

Gates Foundation Gives $40 Million to Fight Malaria (Reuters)Drug May Take Bite Out of West Nile Virus UN: Disease Plan Will Cost $25B (Associated Press)

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