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01.Volume 2 Issue 4
02.Best Practice in Using Evidence for Health Policy: Do we know what it is?
03.What is Translational Research? Background, Concepts, and a Definition
04.Climate Adversity: Yet Another Stressor for Rural Adolescents (pp. 513-519)
05.Volume 5 Issue 3
06.Achieving High Performance Quality in Primary Healthcare: The Dutch Example
07.Associations Between Hunger and Emotional and Behavioral Problems: A Comparison Between Students in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda and Zambia (pp. 185-194)
08.Climate Change and Child Health in Australia: Likely Futures, New Inequities? (pp. 493-500)
09.Driving equity at a community level: Case studies of community-based peer-delivered health-care services and programs (pp. 67-78)
10.Enhancing Multidisciplinary Community Supports for Minority Preschool Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Promoting Family Centered and Evidence Based Practices (pp. 69-82)
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Article 0 - Editorial - Climate Change and Rural Child Health (pp. 365-367)
Authors / Editors: Erica Bell, Bastian M. Seidel, and Joav Merrick
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Article 1 - Climate Change Impacts Will be Pervasive (pp. 371-376)
Authors / Editors: Michael C. MacCracken

Article 2 - Impacts of Climate Change on Aeroallergens and Allergic Respiratory Diseases in Children in Rural Areas pp. 377-383
Authors / Editors: Paul John Beggs
***Open Access Article. Free Download Available***

Article 3 - Climate Change and Diarrhoeal Disease: Perspectives for Development Policies (pp. 385-391)
Authors / Editors: Kirsten Halsnæs and Tullik H.Y. Foyn

Article 4 - Flooding and Infectious Disease in Rural Children: Can Intervention Mitigate Predicted Increases in Disease Burden? (pp. 393-404)
Authors / Editors: Colleen Lau and Philip Weinstein

Article 5 - Climate Change Effects on Trematode and Nematode Diseases Affecting Children in Rural Areas of Developing Countries pp. 405-430
Authors / Editors: Santiago Mas-Coma, Maria A. Valero, and Maria D. Bargues
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Article 6 - Climate and Child Health in Rural Areas of Low and Middle Income Countries: A Review of the Epidemiological Evidence (pp. 431-445)
Authors / Editors: Angela Baschieri and Sari Kovats

Article 7 - From Typhoid to Tsunamis: Samoan Children in a Changing World (pp. 447-458)
Authors / Editors: Graeme Lindsay, Teuila Percival, and Alistair Woodward

Article 8 - The Effect of Climate Change on Children Living on Pacific Islands (pp. 459-468)
Authors / Editors: Emma Britton and Philippa Howden-Chapman

Article 9 - Social-Ecological Resilience and Inuit Child Health: What Does the Future Hold? (pp. 469-476)
Authors / Editors: Karen Morrison and David Waltner-Toews

Article 10 - Warming up to the Embodied Context of First Nations Child Health: A Critical Intervention into and Analysis of Health and Climate Change Research (pp. 477-485)
Authors / Editors: Margot W. Parkes, Sarah de Leeuw, and Margot Greenwood
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Article 11 - Challenges and Solutions in the Provision of Health to the Rural Bedouin Population in Southern Israel (pp. 487-491)
Authors / Editors: Jacob Urkin, Said Alsana, and Joav Merrick

Article 12 - Climate Change and Child Health in Australia: Likely Futures, New Inequities? (pp. 493-500)
Authors / Editors: Lyndall Strazdins, Sharon Friel, Anthony McMichael, Susan Woldenberg Butler, and Elizabeth Hanna

Article 13 - Australia, Lucky Country or Climate Change Canary: What Future for Her Rural Children? (pp. 501-512)
Authors / Editors: Elizabeth G. Hanna, Jo McCubbin, Lyndall Strazdins, and Graeme Horton

Article 14 - Climate Adversity: Yet Another Stressor for Rural Adolescents (pp. 513-519)
Authors / Editors: Helen J. Stain, John Dean, Brian Kelly, Susan Blinkhorn, and Tracey Carnie

Article 15 - The Global Financial Crisis, Climate Change and Rural Child Health: Where to for Rural Health Policy? (pp. 521-533)
Authors / Editors: Erica Bell

Article 16 - Public Health, Bioethics and Policy: Protecting Our Health and Environment (pp. 535-540)
Authors / Editors: Cheryl C. Macpherson

Article 17 - A Child Rights and Equity-Based Assessment of the Impact of Global Climate Change on Children’s Health and Well-Being (pp. 541-551)
Authors / Editors: Jeffrey Goldhagen

Article 18 - Meat, Climate Change and Global Child Health (pp. 553-559)
Authors / Editors: John Powles and James Smith

Article 19 - Healthy Children, Healthy Planet: The Case for Transformative Sustainability Education in Schools and Early Childhood From an Australian Perspective (pp. 561-570)
Authors / Editors: Susan M. Cooke, Julie M. Davis, Grant A. Blashki, and Andrew F. Best
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