Volume: 45

1. Ankle-brachial Index, Peripheral Arterial Disease, and Diabetic Retinopathy. Page:122—124
2. Trends in Gender-based Health Inequality in a Transitional Society: A Historical Analysis of South Korea. Page:113—121
3. Cigarette Smoking and Serum Bilirubin Subtypes in Healthy Korean Men: The Korea Medical Institute Study. Page:105—112
4. The Association Between Serum Albumin Levels and Metabolic Syndrome in a Rural Population of Korea. Page:98—104
5. Factors Affecting Public Prejudice and Social Distance on Mental Illness: Analysis of Contextual Effect by Multi-level Analysis. Page:90—97
6. Vaccine Storage Practices and the Effects of Education in Some Private Medical Institutions. Page:78—89
7. Suicide Rate Differences by Sex, Age, and Urbanicity, and Related Regional Factors in Korea. Page:70—77
8. Interaction Between Persistent Organic Pollutants and C-reactive Protein in Estimating Insulin Resistance Among Non-diabetic Adults. Page:62—69
9. Thanks to Our Peer Reviewers of 2011. Page:61—61
10. Changes in Dietary Behavior Among Adolescents and Their Association With Government Nutrition Policies in Korea, 2005-2009. Page:47—59
11. The Nonlinear Association Between Internet Using Time for Non-Educational Purposes and Adolescent Health. Page:37—46
12. Social Determinants of Smoking Behavior: The Healthy Twin Study, Korea. Page:29—36
13. Indoor Physical Activity Reduces All-Cause and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Among Elderly Women. Page:21—28
14. Impact of Individual and Combined Health Behaviors on All Causes of Premature Mortality Among Middle Aged Men in Korea: The Seoul Male Cohort Study. Page:14—20
15. Trend of Mortality Rate and Injury Burden of Transport Accidents, Suicides, and Falls. Page:8—13
16. Molecular Typing in Public Health Laboratories: From an Academic Indulgence to an Infection Control Imperative. Page:1—7
17. Alcohol Consumption and Mortality in the Korean Multi-center Cancer Cohort Study. Page:301—308
18. The Socioeconomic Burden of Coronary Heart Disease in Korea. Page:291—300
19. Effect of Preexisting Musculoskeletal Diseases on the 1-Year Incidence of Fall-related Injuries. Page:283—290
20. The Singapore Field Epidemiology Service: Insights Into Outbreak Management. Page:277—282
21. Interaction of Body Mass Index and Diabetes as Modifiers of Cardiovascular Mortality in a Cohort Study. Page:394—401
22. Association of Homocysteine Levels With Blood Lead Levels and Micronutrients in the US General Population. Page:387—393
23. Relationship Between Cigarette Smoking and Muscle Strength in Japanese Men. Page:381—386
24. The Relationship Between Psychosocial Stress and Allergic Disease Among Children and Adolescents in Gwangyang Bay, Korea. Page:374—380
25. Global Trends in Mercury Management. Page:364—373
26. Methylmercury Exposure and Health Effects. Page:353—363
27. Human Exposure and Health Effects of Inorganic and Elemental Mercury. Page:344—352
28. Fate and Transport of Mercury in Environmental Media and Human Exposure. Page:335—343
29. Health Impact Assessment of Free Immunization Program in Jinju City, Korea. Page:267—275
30. Selecting the Best Prediction Model for Readmission. Page:259—266
31. Quantitative Analysis of Cancer-associated Gene Methylation Connected to Risk Factors in Korean Colorectal Cancer Patients. Page:251—258
32. Psychological, Social, and Environmental Factors Associated With Utilization of Senior Centers Among Older Adults in Korea. Page:244—250
33. Nail DNA and Possible Biomarkers: A Pilot Study. Page:235—243
34. Relationship Between Body Mass Index and Early Menarche of Adolescent Girls in Seoul. Page:227—234
35. Zolpidem Use and Risk of Fracture in Elderly Insomnia Patients. Page:219—226
36. Differences in Obesity Rates Between People With and Without Disabilities and the Association of Disability and Obesity: A Nationwide Population Study in South Korea. Page:211—218
37. Corrigendum: Suicide Rate Differences by Sex, Age, and Urbanicity, and Related Regional Factors in Korea. Page:209—209
38. Is Caffeine Intake Associated With Urinary Incontinence in Japanese Adults?. Page:204—208
39. Associations of Serum Ferritin and Transferrin % Saturation With All-cause, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Follow-up Study. Page:196—203
40. Health Conditions Sensitive to Retirement and Job Loss Among Korean Middle-aged and Older Adults. Page:188—195
41. Association Between Serum Uric Acid Level and Metabolic Syndrome. Page:181—187
42. Prevalence of Positive Carriage of Tuberculosis, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci in Patients Transported by Ambulance: A Single Center Observational Study. Page:174—180
43. Pattern of Hepatitis A Incidence According to Area Characteristics Using National Health Insurance Data. Page:164—173
44. Comparison of Sexual Risky Factors of Men Who Have Sex With Men and Sex-buying Men as Groups Vulnerable to Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Page:156—163
45. Korean National Health Insurance Value Incentive Program: Achievements and Future Directions. Page:148—155
46. Lessons From Healthcare Providers' Attitudes Toward Pay-for-performance: What Should Purchasers Consider in Designing and Implementing a Successful Program?. Page:137—147
47. Designing an Effective Pay-for-performance System in the Korean National Health Insurance. Page:127—136
48. Corrigendum: The authors found errors in our published article: Quantitative Analysis of Cancer-associated Gene Methylation Connected to Risk Factors in Korean Colorectal Cancer Patients. Page:333—333
49. Author Response: The Increasing Hepatitis A Incidence in Korea: Is It Possible Within a Limited Time?. Page:331—332
50. Letter to the Editor: The Increasing Hepatitis A Incidence in Korea: Is It Possible Within a Limited Time?. Page:329—330
51. Trends in Ischemic Heart Disease Mortality in Korea, 1985-2009: An Age-period-cohort Analysis. Page:323—328
52. Smoking Is Associated With Abdominal Obesity, Not Overall Obesity, in Men With Type 2 Diabetes. Page:316—322
53. Changes in Air Temperature and Its Relation to Ambulance Transports Due to Heat Stroke in All 47 Prefectures of Japan. Page:309—315