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Barriers and Facilitators to Retaining and Reengaging HIV Clients in Care
Retention in HIV care is critical to decrease disease-related mortality and morbidity and achieve national benchmarks. However, a myriad of barriers and facilitators impact retention in care; theseExpand
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Hunger Games: Or How the Allied Blockade in the First World War Deprived German Children of Nutrition, and Allied Food Aid Subsequently Saved Them
type="main"> At the onset of the First World War, Germany was subject to a shipping embargo by the Allied forces. Ostensibly military in nature, the blockade prevented not only armaments but alsoExpand
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War, Blockades, and Hunger: Nutritional Deprivation of German Children 1914-1924
  • M. Cox
  • Political Science
  • 2 February 2013
At the beginning of the First World War, the British imposed a blockade against Germany intending to prevent all imports from entering the country. Germans began to call the British naval action theExpand
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Overdose Deaths and Acute Hepatitis Infections among American Indians in North Carolina
BACKGROUND Like the rest of the nation, North Carolina is experiencing the worst drug crisis in United States history, as deaths related to medication and drug overdoses are at an all-time high.Expand
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Death Rates from Unintentional and Undetermined Prescription Opioid Overdoses and Dispensing Rates of Controlled Prescription Opioid Analgesics – 2011-2015
Background North Carolina, and the rest of the nation, is in the midst of an epidemic of opioid addiction, resulting in increased morbidity and mortality. Since 1999, deaths from unintentionalExpand
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Trends in unintentional polysubstance overdose deaths and individual and community correlates of polysubstance overdose, North Carolina, 2009-2018.
BACKGROUND Polysubstance involvement is increasing among fatal drug overdoses. However, little is known about the epidemiology of polysubstance drug overdoses. This paper describes emerging trends inExpand
Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children in Germany, 1914-1924
  • M. Cox
  • Political Science
  • 9 July 2019
During and after World War One, Britain's blockade of Germany prevented foodstuffs from being exported to Germany, leading to outcries from German civic leaders and an outpouring of generosity fromExpand
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