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  • Albania Andorra, Armenia Austria, +22 authors Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan
  • 2005
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations created in 1948 with the primary responsibility for international health matters and public health. The WHO Regional Office for Europe is one of six regional offices throughout the world, each with its own programme geared to the particular health conditions of the countries(More)
  • Albania Andorra, Armenia Austria, +22 authors Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan
  • 2006
Particulate matter is a type of air pollution that is generated by a variety of human activities, can travel long distances in the atmosphere and causes a wide range of diseases and a significant reduction of life expectancy in most of the population of Europe. This report summarizes the evidence on these effects, as well as knowledge about the sources of(More)
In this paper we present our on-going data collection of multi-modal real-world driving. Video, speech, driving behavior, and physiological signals from 150 drivers have already been collected. To provide a more meaningful description of the collected data, we propose a transcription protocol based on six major groups: driver mental state, driver actions,(More)
This statistical atlas presents key health figures for the WHO European Region. They cover basic data on populations, births, deaths, life expectancy and diseases, lifestyle and environmental indicators such as drinking, smoking and traffic accidents, and types and levels of health care. Each indicator is presented as a map to show overall regional(More)
This study focused on the analysis of drivers' reactions under hazardous scenarios in vehicle traffic. Driving behavior signals were utilized to detect a chain of changes in driver status and to retrieve incidents from a large real-world driving database obtained from the center for integrated acoustic information research (CIAIR). All the existing 25(More)
  • Member States, Albania Andorra, +23 authors Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan
  • 2005
A synthesis of evidence and analyses from WHO and other sources, the report identifies both noncommunicable diseases as the main cause of the burden of disease on the Region, and communicable diseases as an additional burden on eastern countries, caused by poverty and underfunded health services. It shows that using well-known, comprehensive interventions(More)
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