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Volume: 24 Issue: 9

1. Application of capture-recapture method on injury control. Page:835—838
2. Study on meteorological factors-based neural network model of malaria. Page:831—834
3. A case-control study on risk factors for nosocomial infection of epilepsy in hospitalized children. Page:827—830
4. A cross-sectional study on angiotensin-converting enzyme and angiotensin II type I receptor gene polymorphism and cerebral infarction. Page:822—826
5. Study on prevalence rates of hypertension and chronic diabetic complications of in-patients with diabetes. Page:819—821
6. Study on the genetic association between DRB3 and DRB1 loci in the human MHC region and psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia. Page:815—818
7. Principal component analysis on ultrasound indexes of schistosomiasis and the assessment on prevalence rate. Page:810—814
8. Detection of SEN virus (subtype D/H) infection in Shenzhen. Page:806—809
9. Rapid detection of genotypes of TT virus using a heteroduplex mobility assay. Page:801—805
10. Principal component analysis and integral methods of cerebral vascular hemodynamic parameters. Page:798—800
11. The effect of dietary intervention on lipidemia in school-aged children. Page:794—797
12. Evaluation on the effectiveness for self-management of hypertensive patients in a community. Page:790—793
13. A study on the variation of goiter rates, urinary iodine and household salt iodine intake among children in West China. Page:787—789
14. Study on physical and mental health status and influencing factors of middle-aged intellectuals. Page:778—782
15. Study on the prevalence and risk factors of "subhealth" status in college and university staff in Guangdong province. Page:774—777
16. The application of Chinese health questionnaire for mental disorder screening in community settings in mainland China. Page:769—773
17. Study on the related factors of suicidal ideation in college undergraduates. Page:765—768
18. An epidemiological study on stress among urban residents in social transition period. Page:760—764