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ISSN: 1545-1151 Volume 1: No. 2, April 2004
Published on March 15, 2004

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FROM THE EDITOR IN CHIEF

  A01: Health Monitoring and Life on the Mississippi
  Lynne S. Wilcox
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EDITORIAL

  A02: Using Survey Data for Diabetes Surveillance Among Minority Populations: A Report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Expert Panel Meeting
  Nilka Ríos Burrows, José Lojo, Michael M. Engelgau, Linda S. Geiss
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COMMENTARY

  A03: State-based Diabetes Surveillance Among Minority Populations
  Jay Desai
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ESSAY

  A04: The Burden of Chronic Disease: The Future is Prevention
Introduction to James Marks' presentation, “The Burden of Chronic Disease and the Future of Public Health”
  George E. Hardy, Jr.
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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

PEER REVIEWED
  A05: Policy and Environmental Indicators for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention: Data Sources in Two States
  Delores M. Pluto, Martha M. Phillips, Dyann Matson-Koffman, Dennis M. Shepard, James M. Raczynski, J. Nell Brownstein
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PEER REVIEWED
  A06: Social and Cultural Barriers to Diabetes Prevention in Oklahoma American Indian Women
  Christopher Taylor, Kathryn S. Keim, Alicia Sparrer, Jean Van Delinder, Stephany Parker
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PEER REVIEWED
  A07: Pediatric Hospitalizations for Asthma: Use of a Linked File to Separate Person-level Risk and Readmission
  Jonathan C. Wallace, Charles E. Denk, Lakota K. Kruse
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SPECIAL TOPICS IN PUBLIC HEALTH

  A08: A Glimpse of Things to Come: Featured Abstracts from the 18th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
  David L. Katz
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PEER REVIEWED
  A09: Featured Abstracts from the 18th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
  Read the top 21 peer-reviewed abstracts from the 18th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control in Washington, D.C., February 18–20, 2004.

STEP-BY-STEP: MAKING YOUR COMMUNITIES HEALTHIER

  A10: A Model Community Skin Cancer Prevention Project in Maine
  Christine A. Hayden
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TOOLS & TECHNIQUES

  A11: Law as a Tool for Preventing Chronic Diseases: Expanding the Spectrum of Effective Public Health Strategies Part 2
  George A. Mensah, Richard A. Goodman, Stephanie Zaza, Anthony D. Moulton, Paula L. Kocher, William H. Dietz, Terry F. Pechacek, James S. Marks
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BOOK REVIEW

  A12: Evidence-Based Public Health, by Ross C. Brownson, Elizabeth A. Baker, Terry L. Leet, Kathleen N. Gillespie
  Goldie MacDonald
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  A13: Response to S. Leonard Syme's Essay
  Robert G. Robinson
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  A14: Response to S. Leonard Syme's Essay
  Robin Roberson
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ERRATA

  A15: Erratum, Vol. 1, No. 1
 



 



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