The study aims to estimate the burden of tobacco for Brazil in 2011 in terms of mortality, morbidity and direct cost to the health system in order to guide decision making and strengthen public health policy.
Journal articlesTOBACCO USE SMOKING NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES TOBACCO CONTROL MATHEMATICAL MODELS HEALTH POLICYPublished dateTuesday, June 2, 2015 - 04:00
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Analysis of a voluntary initiative to reduce sodium in processed and ultra-processed food products in Argentina : the views of public and private sector representatives
O programa Menos Sal, Mais Vida foi a primeira iniciativa voluntária para reduzir o teor de sal em produtos alimentícios na Argentina.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2017 - 05:00
Journal articlesDENGUE URBAN ENVIRONMENT DISEASE VECTORS EPIDEMIOLOGY ENTOMOLOGY CLIMATE SENSITIVE DISEASES
Ecological, biological and social dimensions of dengue vector breeding in five urban settings of Latin America : a multi-country study
According to this and similar studies in Asia, dedicated, targeted vector management can make a difference in terms of reducing dengue vector abundance.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
Towards improved Chagas and dengue disease control through innovative ecosystem management and community-directed interventions : an eco-bio-social research programme on Chagas and dengue disease control in Latin America and the Caribbean; final...
This report provides an overview of a five-year research and capacity building programme involving eight research studies, forming a Community-of-Practice (CoP) for ecohealth research on vector-borne diseases, with a focus on dengue in urban and pPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
IFPRI’s 2020 conference on leveraging agriculture for improving nutrition and health: keeping the momentum and translating ideas into action
The main objective of the conference was to bring together the three sectors of agriculture, health, and nutrition, to understand more clearly how agriculture, as food supplier, income generator, and provider of growth, can sustainably reduce malnPublished dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
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