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(1) Sir Richard Doll, the epidemiologist who discovered the link between smoking and lung cancer in the 1960s, will this week warn that children living near electricity power lines are at an increased risk from leukaemia.
(2) But just as they did so, ecologists, epidemiologists, and alarmed demographers have taken up the cry.
(3) In contrast the epidemiologist views the surgeon's patients at the aggregate level as clusters of variables.
(4) Yet epidemiologists in many countries have independently evaluated possible methods of transmission and have reached the same conclusions.
(5) Helen Egger, a child psychiatrist and epidemiologist at Duke University Medical Center, has studied the relationship between school refusal and conditions like depression and anxiety disorder.
(6) A leading epidemiologist has called on the WHO to clarify its definition of an influenza pandemic — otherwise too many flu viruses could qualify as pandemic strains, causing undue alarm.
(7) Zeng Guang, chief epidemiologist of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, says the number of A/H1N1 infections in China is expected to peak between this winter and spring.
(8) Dr. Helen Egger, a child psychiatrist and epidemiologist at Duke University Medical Center, has studied the relationship between school refusal and conditions like depression and anxiety disorder.
(9) Furthermore, an epidemiologist, a public health specialist and a water and sanitation engineer have been dispatched to support control activities in the field.
(10) One of the authors, the epidemiologist and disease modeller Neil Ferguson, who sits on the World Health Organisation's crisis committee for the eruption, said the virus had "full pandemic latent".
(11) When nutrition epidemiologist Renata Micha and her colleagues pooled and analyzed the data from 20 previous studies in a new way, they spotted the trend.
(12) One of the authors the epidemiologist and disease modeller Neil Ferguson who sits on the World Health Organisation's emergency committee for the outbreak said the virus had "full pandemic potential".
(13) The WHO team includes an epidemiologist, laboratory specialists and a pharmacologist/toxicologist who are providing technical support to the national intersectoral committee created for this purpose.
(14) The team, led by epidemiologist Andrew Haines at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, modelled a number of scenarios for reducing greenhouse gases.
(15) This is the province of an individual's general medical or occupational health practitioner, not of an epidemiologist.
(16) Attitudes about weight also are believed to be a factor, said Dr. Liping Pan, a CDC epidemiologist.
(17) Treatments may be also premature, says Richard Levine, an epidemiologist and pre-eclampsia expert at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland.
(18) "This gives us some idea of the cancers we could prevent by getting people to be more active," says epidemiologist Christine Friedenreich of Alberta Health Services in Calgary, Canada.
(19) WHO has reinforced its presence in the country with the deployment of a senior epidemiologist, a logistician and a security office.
(20) "The simple truth is: one size does not fit all, " says Salim Abdool Karim, epidemiologist at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and a leader of the successful microbicide trial.
(21) "We know that the virus moves through nervous tissue -- so from neuron to neuron, " Jesse Blanton, CDC epidemiologist and Rabies Surveillance Coordinator, told Discovery News.
(22) The Ministry of Health, supported by WHO has sent a multidisciplinary team including a virologist, an epidemiologist and an entomologist to investigate both outbreaks.
(23) "We didn't ask 'Why didn't you get enough rest or sleep?'" said Lela McKnight-Eily, an epidemiologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who led the study. Sentencedict.com
(24) "We haven't found evidence of infected pigs," said Ian Lipkin, a Columbia University epidemiologist and member of the World Health Organization's surveillance network.
(25) Such widespread studies are a major undertaking in rural settings like these, says Randall Singer, an epidemiologist at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
(26) UNICEF is providing technical expertise and material in the area of water and sanitation; WHO has deployed an epidemiologist.
(27) "We've made quite a bit of progress, " CDC epidemiologist Dr. Celeste Philip, lead author of a CDC report on breast-feeding, said in a telephone interview.
(28) With the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) support, the WHO Regional Office for Africa will be sending a team composed of an epidemiologist, entomologist and virologist.
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