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Brazilian researchers of different regions should identify their most frequent genotypes to provide better understanding on this disease and state adequate public health policies.
      
National public health policies for prevention and care in urinary incontinence in the elderly
      
The PP view suggests that the public's perception of any risks is so important that public health policies should be formulated in direct response to knowledge about them.
      
Information on the distribution of functionally relevant polymorphisms among ethnic populations may be important towards developing community medicine and public health policies.
      
This continuing study will provide longitudinal information regarding the development of osteoporosis and associated risk factors which will eventually be of use to develop public health policies.
      
The consequences of these results for the design of public health policies are discussed.
      
We made a bibliographic search for Japanese and non-Japanese literature on tuberculosis control programs to study the current public health policies for tuberculosis control in Japan especially in regard to cost-effectiveness.
      
BSE safety standards: An evaluation of public health policies of Japan, Europe, and USA
      
The observed trends in the UK may be attributed to effective implementation of public health policies coupled with increased vigilance through advancement in science and technology, or they may well be a reflection of the natural disease progression.
      
Based on this study, the considerations for prevention of possibly exposure to lead among the high-risk workers as public health policies was recommended.
      
Cancer registry data on race/ethnicity are vital for understanding cancer patterns in population subgroups, as they inform public health policies for allocating resources and form the bases of etiologic hypotheses.
      
Public health policies should not concentrate on the promotion of abstinence.
      
Epidemiologists and geneticists claim that genetics has an increasing role to play in public health policies and programs in the future.
      
These factors also need to be considered in the design and evaluation of public health policies and interventions meant to ameliorate the effects of underservice.
      
Despite great strides in bans on smoking, public health policies should be designed to keep in perspective that breastfeeding is an effective tool to counterbalance the health disadvantages that under-privileged infants of smoking mothers face.
      
Therefore, if public health policies cannot stop addicted mothers from smoking during pregnancy it is fundamental not to miss the chance of encouraging and supporting breastfeeding.
      
At the same time, this essay also engages a critical analysis of the public health policies which led to the crisis.
      
There is high-quality information in public health that can, and should, be used for developing, implementing, and evaluating public health policies and programs.
      
In addition, investing in the cataloging of quality information and in establishing "authoritative" sources of quality information can increase substantially the use of data for public health policies and programs.
      
In the conclusion, I discuss the implications of this study for public health policies as well as future research on gender and the body.
      
 

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