Mortality Risk Increases for HIV-seropositive Injured Patients
1 month ago - By Medindia Health
HIV and physical injuries are global health concerns. Patients suffering from these injuries have a higher prevalence of HIV in low middle-income countries.
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Sensitive Timing for Risk of Overweight Among Infants of Low-Income Hispanic Immigrants
1 month ago - By Journal of Pediatric Health Care
This study examined the association between early weight gain and risk for overweight, as defined by the Institute of Medicine, at 1 year among infants of low-income Hispanic immigrant mothers.
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