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Maribel Casas

Endocrine Disruptors—What Do They Disrupt?

Environmental Health

In recent years, we have seen news items, television documentaries and debates about endocrine disruptors and the potential health risks they pose . In spite of their difficult name, these chemical compounds are much more familiar to us than we think because they form an integral part of...

Kayla Mcgowan

Global Leaders in Maternal Newborn Health: Maria Fernandez Elorriaga (Mexico)

Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health

[This entry has been published originally on the Maternal Health Task Force blog ] In July 2016, global leaders gathered for the second annual  Safe Mothers and Newborns Leadership Workshop (SMNLW) hosted by the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) in partnership with the...

Jaume Ordi

Knowing the Causes of Death in Developing Countries: an Absolute Requirement to Reduce Mortality

Epidemiology

[This article has been written by  Jaume Ordi , Research Professor at ISGlobal, and  published in Spanish in El Universal (México)] Knowing the most frequent pathologies that affect a population and the diseases that cause the most deaths is of utmost importance ...

Adelaida Sarukhan

What Do the Two First Autochthonous Cases of Crimea-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever in Spain Mean?

Epidemiology

[This article has been written by  Adelaida Sarukhan , PhD in Immunology scientific writter at ISGlobal, and  Joaquim Gascon , Head of the International Health Service at Hospital Clínic and Director of the Chagas Initiative at ISGlobal, and published in Spanish in  El País -...

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