Epidemiologia e prevenzione
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[After the increasing trend in the Nineties, in Italy incidence of tumours in children (0-14 years) is decreasing].
[Women had a worse perceived health, but healthier behaviours].
[Lessons learned from the "Quirra syndrome" epidemiology? No, thanks].
Since January 2011, media reports have been reviving claims about a presumed excess of haemolymphopoietic cancer in south-eastern Sardinia, Italy, that started 10 years before.The almost daily sequence of articles created alarm in the local population, and a judicial investigation was initiated. The...
[Foreign people resident in Italy: geographical, not gender, differences].
[Sedentariness. One Italian out of 3 does not practice any physical activity].
[Smoking cessation with the help of community pharmacists].
to investigate the outcome of a protocol for smoking cessation used in the practice of the community pharmacies. observational descriptive study of a non pharmacological intervention, without parallel control. urban community pharmacies in the province of Trieste (n=60). Data have been collected by...
Audit system on Quality of breast cancer diagnosis and Treatment (QT): results of quality indicators on screen-detected lesions in Italy, 20...
This survey, conducted by the Italian Breast Screening Network (GISMa), collects individual data yearly on about 50% of all screen-detected, operated lesions in Italy. The 2007 results show good overall quality of diagnosis and treatment and an improving trend over time. Critical issues were identif...
[Climate changes: health effects and mitigation interventions].
[Time trend in cancer incidence among 0-24 year-old residents of the Province of Trieste, Italy, 1972-2003].
to report and analyse time trends in cancer incidence among children (0-14 years of age), adolescents (15-19 years) and young adults (20-24 years) living in the Italian province of Trieste (2003 population, 242,000), between 1972 and 2003. population-based study of descriptive epidemiology. Setting...