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Article Title Page Number
A Message from the Editor 513
Laurence D. Reed  
The Surgeon General’s Vision for a Healthy and Fit Nation Louisiana and Texas, 2008 514
Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA  
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Feature Article] 516
Luigi Matturri / Paola Giuliani / Donatella Mecchia / Fabrizio Pizzo / Anna M. Lavezzi  
Integrated Preparedness for Continuity of Tuberculosis Care After Hurricanes Gustav and Ike: Louisiana and Texas, 2008 [Feature Article] 518
Mark C. Miner, BSE / Gail Burns-Grant, BA / Charles Degraw, BA / Charles Wallace, PhD / Carol Pozsik, RN / John Jereb, MD  
Understanding People Who Have Never Received HIV Medical Care: A Population-Based Approach 520
Jennifer L. Fagan, MA / Jeanne Bertolli, PhD / A.D. McNaghten, PhD  
Pasa la Voz (Spread the Word): Using Women’s Social Networks for HIV Education and Testing 528
Rebeca L. Ramos, MA / João B. Ferreira-Pinto, PhD / Melanie Rusch, PhD / Maria E. Ramos, MSW  
The Association Between Intentional Delay of Vaccine Administration and Timely Childhood Vaccination Coverage 534
Philip J. Smith, PhD / Sharon G. Humiston, MD / Trish Parnell, BS / Kirsten S. Vannice, MHS / Daniel Salmon, PhD  
Increasing Poisoning Mortality Rates in the United States, 1999–2006 542
Amy S. Bohnert, PhD / Sylwia Fudalej, PhD / Mark A. Ilgen, PhD  
A Comparative Analysis of Health-Related Quality of Life for Residents of U.S. Counties with and without Coal Mining 548
Keith J. Zullig, MSPH, PhD / Michael Hendryx  
Trends of Elevated PTSD Risk in Firefighters Exposed to the World Trade Center Disaster: 2001–2005 556
Amy Berninger, MPH / Mayris P. Webber, DrPH / Hillel W. Cohen, DrPH / Gustave Jackson, MPH / Roy Lee, BS / Justin Niles, MA / Sydney Chiu, MA / Rachel Zeig-Owens, MPH / Jackie Soo, MPH / Kerry Kelly, MD / David J. Prezant, MD  
State-Based Estimates of Mammography Screening Rates Based on Information from Two Health Surveys 567
William W. Davis, PhD / Van L. Parsons, PhD / Dawei Xie, PhD / Nathaniel Schenker, PhD / Machell Town, MS / Trivellore E. Raghunathan, PhD / Eric J. Feuer, PhD  
Disparities in Maternal Hypertension and Pregnancy Outcomes: Evidence from North Carolina, 1994–2003 579
Marie L. Miranda, PhD / Geeta K. Swamy, MD / Sharon Edwards, MS / Pamela Maxson, PhD / Alan Gelfand, PhD / Sherman James, PhD  
The Positive Role of Social Networks and Social Networking Technology in the Condom-Using Behaviors of Homeless Young People 588
Eric Rice  
Coverage of Obesity Treatment: A State-by-State Analysis of Medicaid and State Insurance Laws 596
Jennifer S. Lee, MD / Jennifer Sheer / Nancy Lopez, JD, MPH / Sara Rosenbaum, JD  
Risk Factors of Non-Occupational Carbon Monoxide Poisoning During the 2008 Ice Storm in Guiyang County, Hunan Province, China 605
LI Chen, BS / Ma HuiLai, MPH / Mark G. Robson, PhD, MPH / Staff CDC  
Barriers at the Frontline: Assessing and Improving the Teen Friendliness of South Bronx Medical Practices 611
Lorna Thorpe / Philip M. Alberti, PhD / Allyna B. Steinberg, MPH / Erum K. Hadi, MPH / Ruqayyah B. Abdullah / Jane F. Bedell, MD /  
Vaccinating the Health-Care Workforce: State Law vs. Institutional Requirements 615
Alexandra Stewart / Sara Rosenbaum, JD  
NCHS Dataline 619
 
 

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