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Information on how promptly food recalls of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-regulated products are disseminated to retailers is not well documented. Store managers were surveyed after recalls were declared to estimate the proportion aware of a recall, to describe the methods by which they learned of the recall, and to ascertain how they would prefer(More)
Dr. Jonathan Mann and his wife, Mary-Lou Clements-Mann, were killed in the crash of SwissAir Flight 111. Dr. Mann was one of the world's foremost authorities on global AIDS and was the architect of the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS. He also co-wrote two books defining and analyzing the global epidemic. Clements-Mann was a(More)
Eric Sawyer, co-founder of ACT UP/New York and director of the HIV/AIDS and Human Rights Project, was interviewed regarding a meeting on compulsory licensing of essential medical technologies. Approximately 90 percent of those who are HIV-positive do not have access to modern medicines. Poverty and the unconscionable trade rules were reported as reasons for(More)
Overweight and obesity in preschool-aged children are major health concerns. Accurate and reliable estimates of prevalence are necessary to direct public health and clinical interventions. There are currently three international growth standards used to determine prevalence of overweight and obesity, each using different methodologies: Center for Disease(More)
Several enterohepatic Helicobacter spp. (EHS) have been isolated from cats. Despite the reported association between EHS infection and intestinal neoplasia in other species, this association has not been explored in cats. In this study, 55 non-haematopoietic feline intestinal carcinoma cases were histopathologically evaluated. In contrast with prior(More)