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  Volume 23, Number 2, May 2012

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-ix
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Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column

Addressing Hepatitis B: Community Health Centers, Partnerships and the Affordable Care Act

pp. 507-512
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Part 1: Women’s and Children’s Health

Brief Communications

Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder among Nigerian Children with Intellectual Disability: A Stopgap Assessment

pp. 513-518
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Textmania: Text Messaging During the Manic Phase of Bipolar I Disorder

pp. 519-522
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The Impact of Natural Disaster on Pediatric Surgical Delivery: A Review of Haiti Six Months Before and After the 2010 Earthquake

pp. 523-533
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Literature Review

Postpartum Depression: A Review

pp. 534-542
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Original Papers

Pain Characteristics and Pain Catastrophizing in Incarcerated Women with Chronic Pain

pp. 543-556
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Health Care of Pregnant Women in U.S. State Prisons

pp. 557-569
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Social Gradients in Dental Health among Low-Income Mothers and their Young Children

pp. 570-588
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The Intersection of Everyday Life and Group Prenatal Care for Women in Two Urban Clinics

pp. 589-603
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Does the Epidemiologic Paradox Hold in the Presence of Risk Factors for Low Birth Weight Infants among Mexican-born Women in Colorado?

pp. 604-614
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Part 2: Immigrants’ Health

Brief Communications

Culturally Tailored Health Camps and Cardiovascular Risk among South Asian Immigrants

pp. 615-625
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Low Knowledge of the Three-Dose HPV Vaccine Series among Mothers of Rural Hispanic Adolescents

pp. 626-635
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Original Papers

Anticipated Tuberculosis Stigma among Health Professionals and Haitian Patients in South Florida

pp. 636-650
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Provider's Perspectives on the Impact of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Activity on Immigrant Health

pp. 651-665
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Using the Framingham Risk Score to Evaluate Immigrant Effect on Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Mexican Americans

pp. 666-677
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The Use of Prescription Medications Obtained from Non-medical Sources among Immigrant Latinos in the Rural Southeastern U.S.

pp. 678-693
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Part 3: Rural Health

Report from the Field

Mining for Future Health Care Providers in Appalachian Kentucky

pp. 694-704
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Brief Communications

Rural Medical-Legal Partnership and Advocacy: A Three-Year Follow-up Study

pp. 705-714
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Breast Cancer Mortality in Appalachia: Reversing Patterns of Disparity over Time

pp. 715-725
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Original Papers

Appraisal of Perceived Threat of Diabetes and the Relation to Adherence for Adults in Appalachia

pp. 726-728
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Study of a Rural Practice Dental Hygienist in a Public Health Setting: Analysis of an Administrative Dataset

pp. 739-751
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Part 4: Urban Health

Original Papers

Cancer Control Needs of 2-1-1 Callers in Missouri, North Carolina, Texas, and Washington

pp. 752-767
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Driving to Better Health: Cancer and Cardiovascular Risk Assessment among Taxi Cab Operators in Chicago

pp. 768-780
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Why Men Experiencing Deep Poverty in Montréal Avoid Using Health and Social Services in Times of Crisis

pp. 781-796
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Sociodemographic Characteristics, Health, and Success at Obtaining Work among Latino Urban Day Laborers

pp. 797-810
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Hepatitis C among Clients of Health Care for the Homeless Primary Care Clinics

pp. 811-833
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Part 5: Health Policy

Report from the Field

Formulary Expansion to Provide Access to Medications Prescribed by a Specialist in a Low-Income Population

pp. 834-841
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Commentary

Lost in the Rush to National Reform: Recommendations to Improve Impact on Behavioral Health Providers in Rural Areas

pp. 842-856
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Original Papers

Racial Disparities in Intensity of Care at the End-of-Life: Are Trauma Patients the Same as the Rest?

pp. 857-874
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Federally Qualified Health Center Patients and Generic Drug Discount Programs

pp. 875-883
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Implementation of Massachusetts Health Insurance Reform with Vulnerable Populations in a Safety-Net Setting

pp. 884-902
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Awareness, Treatment and Control of Hypertension, Diabetes and Hyperlipidemia and Area-Level Mortality Regions in the Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) Study

pp. 903-921
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Book Review

Yellow Dirt: An American Story of a Poisoned Land and a People Betrayed (review)

pp. 922-924
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Books Available for Review

Books Recently Received

pp. 925-926
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