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Ozone (O3) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) are two criteria pollutants that can result in adverse outcomes that effect both natural environments and human health. As these outcomes have a significant impact on people and their environments, it is necessary to closely monitor the levels of these gases...
Villa-Roel, Myriam Ines Cristina
Background: A knowledge translation (KT) gap between evidence and action exists in asthma care and this gap may explain the suboptimal quality of care and poor health outcomes after asthma exacerbations. While recently published and widely disseminated asthma guidelines have highlighted the...
A population-based comparison of injuries among farm children to non-farm children in Alberta, 1999-2010Download
Objectives - To systematically review literature on rural-urban differences in pediatric injury incidence and to examine incidence of all-cause injury, agricultural injury, and injury-related health care utilization for farm children compared to several groups of non-farm children under 18 years...
End-stage renal disease (ESRD) requiring hemodialysis (HD) is associated with poor health outcomes including low quality of life and physical functioning. The association between quality of life (QoL), mortality and hospitalization is well established; however, few interventions have been shown...