WHO EMRO | Volume 4, issue 3 | EMHJ volume 4, 1998 | Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal WHO EMRO | Volume 4, issue 3 | EMHJ volume 4, 1998 | Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal

Volume 4, issue 3

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Research articles

Towards a more profound concept of prevention and strengthening

نحو تعميق مفهوم الوقاية و تعزيز طب المجتمع

Preventive health care strategies for children

Sero-epidemiological study of measles after 15 years of compulsory vaccination in Alexandria, Egypt

Feeding patterns in the first two years of life in Basra, Iraq

Self-efficacy for dietary behaviour concerning heart disease among Alexandria school pupils

Autosomal recessive disorders among patients attending the genetics clinic in Alexandria

Maternal haemoglobin and premature child delivery

Genital infections among women using various contraceptive methods in Basra, Iraq

Epidemiological aspects and cost of managing hypertension in Saudi Arabian primary health care centres

Child abuse and neglect: mothers' behaviour and perceptions

Epidemiology of road traffic accidents in Al-Ahssaa Governorate, Saudi Arabia

Lead toxicity among working children and adolescents in Alexandria, Egypt

Perception of supervisors of their role in primary health care programmes in Saudi Arabia

Food consumption pattern in the Islamic Republic of Iran and its relation to coronary heart disease

Prevalence of hepatitis C virus RNA in patients with chronic renal diseases

Does the rapid healing of duodenal ulcers mean longer remissions?

Prevalence of visual impairment and eye diseases in Afghan refugees in Pakistan

Tuberculosis among drug addicts in Shiraz, Islamic Republic of Iran

Implications of fructose in liver tumours of the Egyptian toad

Current health care of childhood bronchial asthma in Alexandria, Egypt

Pregnancy outcome in gestational and established diabetes in Bahrain

Isolation of listerias from farm milk and abortion cases in women

6-Pyruvoyltetrahydropterin synthase deficiency diagnosed in tandem mass spectrometry-based newborn screening