September/October 1998 Table Of Contents

September 09, 1998

Table Of Contents
Volume 113, Number 5, September/October 1998

Brain Science
The Brain and Child Development: Time for Some Critical Thinking
John T. Bruer
Is the link between neuroscience and early childhood policy justified?

The Indoor Air We Breathe
L. Christine Oliver, Bruce W. Shackleton
At the interface of clinical medicine, toxicology, psychology, and engineering lie the understanding and remedies for this growing problem.


1% Or Less: A Community-Based Nutrition Campaign
Bill Reger, Margo G. Wootan, et al.
Toward More Healthful Dietary Patterns--A Matter Of Policy
Marion Nestle

Surveillance of Injuries
William Halperin, John M. Horan

Mortality Due to Unintentional Injuries in the Netherlands, 1950-1995
Eduard F. van Beeck, Caspar W. N. Looman, et al.


Effects of Maine's 0.05% Legal Blood Alcohol Level for Drivers with DWI Convictions
Ralph Hingson, Timothy Heeren, Michael Winter

State Estimates of Total Medical Expenditures Attributable to Cigarette Smoking, 1993
Leonard S. Miller, Xiulan Zhang, et al.

Residential Smoke Alarms and Fire Escape Plans
Pauline A. Harvey, Jeffrey J. Sacks, et al.

Credibility of Information from Official Sources on HIV/AIDS Transmission
Nurit Guttman, Daria Boccher-Lattimore, et al.

Public Health Reports

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