January 1994
American Journal of Public Health;Jan1994, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p128
Academic Journal
This section presents abstracts of articles related to public health. They include "Promoting the Health of Adolescents: New Directions for the Twenty-First Century," "Medical Care and the Health of the Poor: Cornell University Medical College Eighth Conference on Health Policy," and "Health and Health Care in Developing Countries: Sociological Perspectives."


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