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  1. Health has gained importance on the global agenda. It has become recognized in forums where it was once not addressed. In this article three issues are considered: global health policy actors, global health pr...

    Authors: Eeva Ollila
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2005 1:6
  2. Reliable, comparable information about the main causes of disease and injury in populations, and how these are changing, is a critical input for debates about priorities in the health sector. Traditional sourc...

    Authors: Alan D Lopez
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2005 1:5
  3. Practices designed to meet the demands of global trade can amplify food safety problems. Ever-increasing pressure to churn out more product and better sides of beef has generated processes that compromise exis...

    Authors: Jill R Hodges and Ann Marie Kimball
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2005 1:4
  4. Modern global trading traffics large volumes of diverse products rapidly to a broad geographic area of the world. When emergent infections enter this system in traded products their transmission is amplified. ...

    Authors: Ann Marie Kimball, Yuzo Arima and Jill R Hodges
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2005 1:3
  5. This debut editorial of Globalization and Health introduces the journal, briefly delineating its goals and objectives and outlines its scope of subject matter. 'Open Access' publishing is expected to become an in...

    Authors: Greg Martin
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2005 1:1

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