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International journal of environmental research and public health

Journal Volume: 13
Journal Issue: 8
Journal Year: 2016
Articles in SafetyLit: 18

A framework for flood risk analysis and benefit assessment of flood control measures in urban areas

Accessible home environments for people with functional limitations: a systematic review

Adding natural areas to social indicators of intra-urban health inequalities among children: a case study from Berlin, Germany

Analysis of consumption of energy drinks by a group of adolescent athletes

Association between natural resources for outdoor activities and physical inactivity: results from the contiguous United States

Co-morbidity, mortality, quality of life and the healthcare/welfare/social costs of disordered sleep: a rapid review

Concern about workplace violence and its risk factors in Chinese township hospitals: a cross-sectional study

Depression, anxiety and symptoms of stress among baccalaureate nursing students in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional study

Exposure to flood hazards in Miami and Houston: are Hispanic immigrants at greater risk than other social groups?

Hemoglobin status and externalizing behavioral problems in children

Hot or not: physiological versus meteorological heatwaves-support for a mean temperature threshold

Mortality from unspecified unintentional injury among individuals aged 65 years and older by U.S. state, 1999-2013

Newborn parent based intervention to increase child safety seat use

Risk factors associated with peer victimization and bystander behaviors among adolescent students

Simulation-based prediction of equivalent continuous noises during construction processes

Sleep disturbance from road traffic, railways, airplanes and from total environmental noise levels in Montreal

Temporal trends of suicide mortality in mainland China: results from the age-period-cohort framework

Using the job burden-capital model of occupational stress to predict depression and well-being among electronic manufacturing service employees in China