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Occupational health disparities among U.S. long-haul truck drivers: the influence of work organization and sleep on cardiovascular and metabolic disease risk.

The organization of work has undergone vast transformations over the past four decades in the United States and has had profound impacts on worker health and wellbeing. The profession of commercial truck driving is one of the best examples. Particularly for long-haul truck drivers, changes in work organization have led to disproportionately poor physiological, psychological, and sleep health outcomes.

Trends in Illicit Drug Use Among Smokers and Nonsmokers in the United States, 2002-2014.

Cigarette smoking has declined in the United States. Still, identifying prevalent and modifiable barriers to quitting can help inform the next steps for tobacco control. Illicit drug use, which may be increasingly common in the United States, could be one such factor. We investigated the relationship between past-month illicit drug use and cigarette smoking status and estimated trends in the prevalence of past-month illicit drug use by cigarette smoking status from 2002 to 2014 in the United States.

Physical activity, body mass index, and health status among youth with severe visual impairments aged 13-17 years in the United States.

Limited population-based data is available in the United States (US) examining physical activity engagement, weight status, and health status among youth with visual impairments.

Preventing Emergency Vehicle Crashes: Status and Challenges of Human Factors Issues.

This study reports current status of knowledge and challenges associated with the emergency vehicle (police car, fire truck, and ambulance) crashes, with respect to the major contributing risk factors.

Use of Juul E-Cigarettes Among Youth in the United States.

JUUL has emerged as the leading brand in a rapidly evolving e-cigarette market. JUUL is distinctive for its novel nicotine delivery method that results in high nicotine concentrations, as well as its sleek, discreet design. The current study examined national estimates of JUUL among youth in the United States (US), including whether JUUL users report different patterns of use compared to users of other e-cigarettes.

Does the Health of Adult Child Caregivers Vary by Employment Status in the United States?

This study investigates whether the health effects of informal caregiving for aging parents vary by employment status in the United States. Two opposing hypotheses are tested: dual role strain and role enhancement.

Modeling the Cost Effectiveness of Fire Protection Resource Allocation in the United States: Models and a 1980-2014 Case Study.

The estimated cost of fire in the United States is about $329 billion a year, yet there are gaps in the literature to measure the effectiveness of investment and to allocate resources optimally in fire protection. This article fills these gaps by creating data-driven empirical and theoretical models to study the effectiveness of nationwide fire protection investment in reducing economic and human losses. The regression between investment and loss vulnerability shows high R values (≈0.93). This article als...

Strategies to Treat and Prevent HIV in the United States for Adolescents and Young Adults: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Study.

Over 20% of HIV diagnoses in the United States are among youth aged 12-24 years. Furthermore, youth have the lowest rates of uptake and adherence to antiretroviral (ARV) medications and are least aware of their HIV status.

Preparation and Response to Truck Accidents on Highways Involving Cattle.

Annually, in the United States, more than 50 million head of cattle are transported. Most are transported via semitrailer. As the number of livestock transported via motor vehicles has increased, so has the number of accidents involving livestock transport. Most livestock transport accidents in the United States involved semitrailers carrying cattle. Before the Bovine Emergency Response Program, no standard operating procedures existed for accidents involving livestock transport in the United States. The Bo...

HIV Testing, Linkage to HIV Medical Care, and Interviews for Partner Services Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men - Non-Health Care Facilities, 20 Southern U.S. Jurisdictions, 2016.

Identifying HIV-infected persons who are unaware of their human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection status, linking them to care, and reducing health disparities are important national HIV prevention goals (1). Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (collectively referred to as MSM) accounted for 70% of HIV infection diagnoses in the United States in 2016, despite representing only 2% of the population (2,3). African American or black (black) MSM accounted for 38% of all new diagnoses of HIV ...

Abortion Surveillance - United States, 2015.

Since 1969, CDC has conducted abortion surveillance to document the number and characteristics of women obtaining legal induced abortions in the United States.

Abortion Surveillance - United States, 2014.

Since 1969, CDC has conducted abortion surveillance to document the number and characteristics of women obtaining legal induced abortions in the United States.

Effect of Congenital Heart Disease Status on Trends in Pediatric Infective Endocarditis Hospitalizations in the United States Between 2000 and 2012.

The purpose of this study was to create national estimates for the incidence of pediatric infective endocarditis (IE) in the United States and to determine if these changed after the implementation of the 2007 American Heart Association IE guidelines. It also sought to determine the effect of congenital heart disease (CHD) status on outcomes in IE. Hospital discharges with the diagnosis of IE in patients 

Rabies in a Dog Imported from Egypt - Connecticut, 2017.

In 2007, the United States successfully eliminated canine rabies virus variant. Globally, however, dogs remain the principal source of human rabies infections. Since 2007, three cases of canine rabies virus variant were reported in dogs imported into the United States, one each from India (2007), Iraq (2008), and Egypt (2015) (1-3). On December 20, 2017, a dog imported into the United States from Egypt was identified with rabies, representing the second case from Egypt in 3 years. An Egyptian-based animal r...

Stuttering and Labor Market Outcomes in the United States.

The purpose of this study was to quantify relationships between stuttering and labor market outcomes, determine if outcomes differ by gender, and explain the earnings difference between people who stutter and people who do not stutter.

Correction and Republication: Abortion Surveillance - United States, 2014.

On November 24, 2017, MMWR published "Abortion Surveillance - United States, 2014" (1). On August 6, 2018, the authors informed MMWR about inadvertent errors in the data that resulted in publication of some erroneous numbers for gestational ages and abortion ratios throughout the report. The authors have corrected these errors and confirm that the interpretation or the conclusions of the original report have not changed. Additional text has been added to clarify how CDC adjusts gestational age data. In acco...

Status of population-based birth defects surveillance programs before and after the Zika public health response in the United States.

The 2016 Zika public health response in the United States highlighted the need for birth defect surveillance (BDS) programs to collect population-based data on birth defects potentially related to Zika as rapidly as possible through enhanced case ascertainment and reporting. The National Birth Defects Prevention Network (NBDPN) assessed BDS program activities in the United States before and after the Zika response.

Socioeconomic status, oral health and dental disease in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

Socioeconomic inequalities are associated with oral health status, either subjectively (self-rated oral health) or objectively (clinically-diagnosed dental diseases). The aim of this study is to compare the magnitude of socioeconomic inequality in oral health and dental disease among adults in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States (US).

Determinants of perceived risk and liability concerns associated with prescribed burning in the United States.

While prescribed burning is a proven tool in the management of forests and grasslands, its use has been limited due, in part, to potential risks that may result in legal liability, property damage, and personal injury. The purpose of this study is to understand the factors that shape landowners' and fire professionals' perceptions of risks associated with prescribed burning activities. The data for this study were collected from active prescribed fire professionals involved in Prescribed Burn Association (P...

Drinking Water Violations and Environmental Justice in the United States, 2011-2015.

To assess the extent to which drinking water violations in the United States differed on the basis of county race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status using the primary county served by the community water system (CWS) as the unit of analysis and to determine whether counties with higher proportions of underrepresented groups were disproportionately burdened with repeat violations.

Office Visit: Kidney Transplantation of a Dreamer.

This editorial describes a patient who was cared for by the author. The patient developed end-stage kidney disease in the United States at the age of 17 but was denied kidney transplantation due to lack of insurance because of her immigration status. With the enactment of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the patient was able to obtain a job and health insurance. The patient then received a kidney transplant when she was 27 years, after undergoing peritoneal dialysis for 10 years. T...

Lung Cancer Among Women in the United States.

November marks Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and reminds us that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States. In this brief report, we highlight CDC resources that can be used to examine the most recent data on lung cancer incidence, survival, prevalence, and mortality among women. Using the U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Visualizations tool, we report that in 2015, 104,992 new cases of lung cancer and 70,073 lung cancer deaths were reported among women in the United States...

Effect of Increasing Malpractice Insurance Cost and Subsequent Practice of Defensive Medicine on Out-of-Hospital Birth Rates in the United States.

 Across the United States, the burden of malpractice litigation has influenced obstetricians and obstetric institutions to avoid high-risk patients, favor cesarean delivery, and decrease availability of trial of labor after cesarean. Recently, the United States has experienced an increase in out-of-hospital (OOH) births.

The Present Status and Future of Barrett's Esophageal Adenocarcinoma in Japan.

The incidence of esophageal adenocarcinoma in Europe and the United States rapidly increased from the latter half of the 1970s and exceeded that of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma in the latter half of the 1990s, currently accounting for approximately 60% of all esophageal carcinomas. Recently, its incidence has also increased in Japan, raising concerns that it will follow a course similar to that in Europe and the United States.

Effects of market type and time of purchase on oxidative status and descriptive off-odors and off-flavors of beef in Vietnam.

The objective of the current study was to determine the effects of market type (super market - SM, indoor market - IM, open market - OM) and sampling time (at the opening - T0 and 4 h after the opening - T4) on antioxidant capacity, lipid oxidation, and descriptive sensory attributes of beef in Vietnam. Values of FC and TEAC were greater in OM beef than IM and SM (P 

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