Vol 1, No 6 (June 2017): Journal of Public Health and Emergency

Perspective 
The FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system and the fasting month of Ramadan
Mohamed H. Ahmed, Ahmed O. Almobarak
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
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Original Article 
Risk factors associated with TB, a case-control study in a Chinese population
Cheng Chen, Limei Zhu, Dandan Yang, Yan Shao, Song Honghuan, Guoli Li, Wei Lu
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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58  
Letter to the Editor 
Two steps forward, one step back
N. Saman Wijesooriya, Mary L. Kamb
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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56  
Editorial 
A genetic link between blue eyes and black cancer
Dietmar Lohmann
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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63  
Editorial 
QUASR RT-LAMP: a potential technology for development of diagnostics for point of care settings
Sibnarayan Datta
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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62  
Editorial 
Systolic blood pressure target: Have we identified the optimal target yet?
Islam Y. Elgendy, Carl J. Pepine
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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61  
Editorial 
Cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle strength and risk of cardiovascular outcomes
Jari A. Laukkanen, Hassan Khan, Setor Kunutsor
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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60  
Editorial 
Whole genome sequencing, a novel and powerful tool against tuberculosis
Carlos Francisco Madrazo-Moya, Roberto Zenteno-Cuevas
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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57  
Editorial 
Functional and metabolic burden of air pollution: relevance of early disease (prediabetes) stage for progression to overt diabetes mellitus
Eric V. Balti, Andre Pascal Kengne
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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55  
Editorial 
The Mediterranean diet: an “evergreen” diet
Carmine Finelli
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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54  
Editorial 
Red meat intake and cardiovascular risk: it’s the events that matter; not the risk factors
J. David Spence
Journal of Public Health and Emergency  
2017;
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53