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Agreement between break milk dioxin levels by CALUX bioassay and chemical analysis in a population survey in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:1st Hong Kong Public Health Forum cum Inauguration Ceremony of HKU School of Public Health
2009
51
 
2007
75
 
Associations between maternal attitudes and their decisions to vaccinate their children
Proceeding/Conference:International Behavioral Health Conference, BeHealth 2016
2016
14
 
Barriers to optimising interventions for prevention and treatment of pneumonia and diarrhoea in Hong Kong children
Proceeding/Conference:Joint Annual Scientific Meeting of the Hong Kong Paediatric Society and Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association
2015
15
 
Breast milk dioxins in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Hong Kong Public Health Forum
2009
61
 
Breast milk dioxins in Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta
Journal:Environmental Health Perspectives
2006
113
 
2011
76
 
DDT levels in human breast milk in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Hong Kong Public Health Forum
2009
72
 
2008
96
 
2009
51
 
2006
51
 
2006
97
 
The effect of diet and strength training on obese children's physical self-concept
Journal:Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
2008
137
 
Factors associated with dioxin levels in Hong Kong humans (Abstract)
Proceeding/Conference:International Conference on Environmental and Public Health Management, 17-19 November 2004, Hong Kong
2004
36
 
Hong Kong mothers' beliefs on influenza vaccine
Proceeding/Conference:Asian Vaccine Conference, ASVAC 2015
2015
16
 
Human dioxin levels in Hong Kong: a pilot study
Proceeding/Conference:The Workshop on Dioxin Source Measurements
2004
28
 
2015
14
 
Intussusception trends in Hong Kong children
Journal:Hong Kong Medical Journal
2007
118
 
Knowledge and attitudes in relation to rotavirus vaccine in Hong Kong mothers
Proceeding/Conference:Asian Vaccine Conference, ASVAC 2015
2015
18
 
2006
65