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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephen G Kaler; Owen M Rennert
|Description:||xii, 378 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Treating multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Tomsk, Russia: developing programs that address the linkage between poverty and disease --
Expanding global HIV treatment: case studies from the field --
Poverty and human immunodeficiency virus in children: a view from the Western Cape, South Africa --
Diseases of poverty with high mortality in infants and children: malaria, measles, lower respiratory infections, and diarrheal illnesses --
Malaria and poverty --
Hookworm and poverty --
Dracunculiasis, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, and trachoma --
Eliminating lymphatic filariasis: a view from the field --
Intersectoral approaches to neglected diseases --
Chronic diseases in developing countries: health and economic burdens --
Poverty, maternal health, and adverse pregnancy outcomes --
Supporting the mental health of mothers raising children in poverty: how do we target them for intervention studies? --
Poverty, gender inequities, and women's risk of human immunodeficiency virus/AIDS --
Poverty and elimination of urban health disparities: challenge and opportunity --
Poverty and health disparities for American Indian and Alaska Native children: current knowledge and future prospects --
Trends in private insurance, Medicaid/State Children's Health Insurance Program, and the Healthcare Safety Net: implications for vulnerable populations and health disparities --
Health insurance and access to health care in the United States --
Poverty and access to health care in developing countries --
Poverty: the double burden of malnutrition in mothers and the intergenerational impact --
Latent effects of prenatal malnutrition on adult health: the example of schizophrenia --
Food security, poverty, and human development in the United States --
Diet and health outcomes in vulnerable populations --
Agriculture in Africa: strategies to improve and sustain smallholder production systems --
Building an alliance for a green revolution in Africa --
The effect of poverty on child development and educational outcomes --
Long-term effects of head start on low-income children --
Education for all: an imperative for reducing poverty --
Housing and health: intersection of poverty and environmental exposures --
Social and economic aspects of immigration --
Improving the health and lives of people living in slums --
Role of income and family influence on child outcomes --
Psychological costs of growing up poor --
Mandated empowerment: handing antipoverty policy back to the poor? --
The Chinese social benefit system in transition: reforms and impacts on income inequality --
Poverty, energy, and resource use in developing countries: focus on Africa --
Sustainable transfer of biotechnology to developing countries: fighting poverty by bringing scientific tools to developing-country partners --
Delivery of agricultural technology to resource-poor farmers in Africa.
|Series Title:||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1136.|
|Responsibility:||editors, Stephen G. Kaler and Owen M. Rennert.|
- Poverty -- Health aspects.
- Poor -- Health and hygiene.
- Social medicine.
- Public Health -- economics.
- Healthcare Disparities -- economics.
- Human Development.
- Santé publique -- économie.
- Disparités d'accès aux soins -- économie.
- Développement humain.
- Pauvreté -- Aspect sanitaire.
- Pauvreté -- Santé et hygiène.
- Médecine sociale.