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  1. Misuse of ‘over-the-counter’ codeine analgesics: Does formulation play a role?

    Public Health (2015)

  2. Happiness and health among U.S. working adults: is the association explained by socio-economic status?

    Public Health 128(9) (2015) PMID 25174664

    Objectives Although happiness and health both represent important metrics of well-being, their association has received relatively little attention in population health research. This study tested the relationship between happiness and general health in U.S. working adults an...
  3. An evaluation model of surgery capability of tertiary hospital in disasters: a cross-sectional survey in China

    Public Health 129(9):1301 (2015) PMID 26149916

    • The capacity of national health care system responding to disasters is important but neglected in the public health field previously. Therefore, it is necessary to arouse the awareness of the public and government to evalua...
  4. The association between work-related characteristic and job burnout among Chinese correctional officers: a cross-sectional survey

    Public Health 129(9):1172 (2015) PMID 26084818

    Objectives It is well known that job burnout is a major problem for many professions. Correctional officers, the most important driving force in correctional facilities, deal with unwilling and potentially violent populations, and this may lead to burnout. However, in China, ...
  5. Modern agriculture and food and nutrition insecurity: paradox in India

    Public Health 129(9):1291 (2015) PMID 26002344

    • Modern agriculture (known as the Green Revolution) has significantly improved India's food production. • Nevertheless, problems of chronic malnutrition remain an...
  6. Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice of food allergies among food handlers in the state of Penang, Malaysia

    Public Health 129(9):1278 (2015) PMID 25931434

    Objectives Food handler's knowledge, attitude and practice regarding food allergies are important to prevent debilitating and sometimes fatal reactions. This study aimed to assess their food allergy knowledge, attitude and practice, which could help to maintain the safety and...
  7. The prevalence and characteristics of fast food outlets in Ontario hospitals

    Public Health 129(9):1294 (2015) PMID 25931436

    • Fast food outlets can be found in almost two-thirds of hospitals in Ontario. • Most of these outlets are coffee/donut chains (56%). ...
  8. Pregnancy and internet: sociodemographic and geographic differences in e-health practice. Results from an Italian multicenter study

    Public Health 129(9):1258 (2015) PMID 26210071

    Objectives Since the new millennium, the number of e-health users has significantly increased. Among these, a particular category of people who are interested by this phenomenon is the one of pregnant women. The aim of the present study is to assess the sociodemographic and g...
  9. Partnerships for community resilience: perspectives from the Los Angeles County Community Disaster Resilience project

    Public Health 129(9):1297 (2015) PMID 26278474 PMCID PMC4579041

    • We describe partnership activities conducted by a large US local health department. • The health department has existing partnerships with diverse community sect...
  10. The effect on spatial accessibility from removing tobacco from pharmacies in the Washington, DC area

    Public Health 129(9):1285 (2015) PMID 26318616

    • Exploratory spatial data analysis shows that CVS establishments are generally clustered and nearly ubiquitous. • In our dataset every CVS is within one mile of a...