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Early detection of specific IgE antibody against house dust mite in children at risk of allergic disease.
Activities of an occupational health organization in Japan, in special reference to services for small- and medium-scale enterprises.
- T. Mizoue, T. Higashi, T. Muto, T. Yoshimura, Y. Fukuwatari
- Medicine, PsychologyOccupational medicine
- 1 February 1996
This paper reports the activities of occupational health organizations in Japan, taking Nishinihon Occupational Health Service Center, one of the largest scale occupational health service providers,…
Multiple channels for occupational health services to small-scale enterprises in Japan.
- T. Muto, T. Higashi, T. Mizoue, Y. Fukuwatari, T. Yoshimura
- Medicine, Political ScienceOccupational medicine
- 1 October 1995
The characteristics of multiple channels for occupational health services (OHS) to small-scale enterprises (SSEs) in Japan employing less than 50 workers are clarified by reviewing relevant research papers.
Immunomodulating Activity of Agaricus brasiliensis KA21 in Mice and in Human Volunteers
Results strongly suggest that the naturally outdoor-cultivated fruit body of Agaricus brasiliensis KA21 is useful as a health-promoting food.
Effect of age on brown adipose tissue activity in the obese (ob/ob) mouse
Present Conditions of Occupational Health Services for Small-Scale Enterprises in Japan and Their Administrative Support
Beliefs and attitudes towards AIDS policies and educational programs among Japanese businesses.
Although AIDS measures are currently unsatisfactory in Japanese businesses, they are expected to develop effective measures, considering their high recognition of the need for AIDS education.
PREVALENCE OF OBESITY AND HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA IN CHILDREN: A COHORT STUDY
It is indicated that the prevalence of obesity-associated elevation of the TC level was not high, and 77% of children having an elevated TC level were not obese, and the proportion of the population who are non-obese, but hypercholesterolaemic cannot be neglected.
Cardiorespiratory fitness and all-cause and cancer mortality in Japanese men
[A study of care workers of human resources in health-social services].
The results showed the need in some way to consider non-work life besides work life in the actual personnel programs of Health-Social service facilities, and indicated that relationships between coping and spillover depend on the age.