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Investigating the Effect of Antibiotic Exposure on the Prevalence of Antibiotic-resistant H. pylori Infection and the Incidence of Anti-H. pylori Treatment Failure in Northern Canadian CommunitiesDownload
The frequent and improper use of antibiotics for the treatment of unrelated bacterial infections is believed to influence the development of antibiotic-resistant H. pylori infection. Antibiotic-resistant H. pylori infection is a major risk factor for the failure of anti-H. pylori treatment...
Whose burden? A comprehensive approach to describing burden of disease by synthesizing evidence from diverse perspectivesDownload
Epidemiologists tasked with addressing public concerns about a specific health issue and developing effective public health strategies aimed at reducing related health risks must begin by describing the extent of the health threat in the target population. Typical approaches use quantitative...
The role of environmental exposures in the acquisition of H.pylori and related disease is not yet understood. This analysis examined two hypotheses regarding how environmental exposures may affect digestive health in northern Canada. First, environmental sources of biological contamination may...
Reproductive Knowledge Specific to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Among Women with IBD and Physicians who Treat Women with IBDDownload
BACKGROUND: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) affects women in their reproductive years. Women with IBD often choose not to have children, and this voluntary childlessness may be due to their concerns regarding the adverse effects of their IBD and its treatment on fertility, pregnancy, and the...