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Introduction

    1. R SYNDEMICS AND HUMAN HEALTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION
      1. Merrill Singer
        Nicola Bulled
        Bayla Ostrach

Original Articles

    1. R CULTURAL PHENOMENA AND THE SYNDEMIC FACTOR: SUBSTANCE ABUSE, VIOLENCE, HIV, AND DEPRESSION AMONG HISPANIC WOMEN
      1. Rosa M. Gonzalez-Guarda
        Brian E. McCabe
        Amber L. Vermeesch
        Rosina Cianelli
        Aubrey L. Florom-Smith
        Nilda Peragallo
    2. R SYNDEMIC THEORY AS A MODEL FOR TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP TO ADDRESS HIV/AIDS AMONG LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES
      1. Nancy Romero-Daza
        Julie A. Baldwin
        Celia Lescano
        Heather J. Williamson
        David L. Tilley
        Isabella Chan
        Mackenzie Tewell
        Wilson R. Palacios
    3. R SYNDEMICS OF WAR: MALNUTRITION-INFECTIOUS DISEASE INTERACTIONS AND THE UNINTENDED HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF INTENTIONAL WAR POLICIES
      1. Bayla Ostrach
        Merrill Singer
    4. R HELMINTHS AND TB IN POLYNESIA: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH PRACTICE
      1. Judith Littleton
        Julie Park
        Tekaai Nelesone
    5. R DIABETES AMONG OAXACA'S TRANSNATIONAL POPULATION: AN EMERGING SYNDEMIC
      1. Margaret Everett
        Josef N. Wieland
    6. R CONNECTING LIVES: REFLECTIONS ON A SYNDEMIC APPROACH TO PREVENTION INVOLVING RESEARCH ON HOW PEOPLE RELATE TO PETS
      1. Melanie Rock
    7. R INTERLOCKED INFECTIONS: THE HEALTH BURDENS OF SYNDEMICS OF NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASES
      1. Merrill Singer
        Nicola Bulled
    8. R TOURISM, ECONOMIC INSECURITY, AND NUTRITIONAL HEALTH IN RURAL COSTA RICA: USING SYNDEMICS THEORY TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF THE GLOBALIZING ECONOMY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL
      1. David A. Himmelgreen
        Nancy Romero-Daza
        Edgar Amador
        Cynthia Pace
    9. R EVIDENCE FOR A SYNDEMIC IN AGING HIV-POSITIVE GAY, BISEXUAL, AND OTHER MSM: IMPLICATIONS FOR A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO PREVENTION AND HEALTH CARE
      1. Perry N. Halkitis
        Sandra A. Kupprat
        Melvin B. Hampton
        Rafael Perez-Figueroa
        Molly Kingdon
        Jessica A. Eddy
        Danielle C. Ompad
    10. R "THERE'S NOWHERE I CAN GO TO GET HELP, AND I HAVE TOOTH PAIN RIGHT NOW“: THE ORAL HEALTH SYNDEMIC AMONG MIGRANT FARMWORKERS IN FLORIDA
      1. Nolan Kline
    11. R COCIRCULATING EPIDEMICS, CHRONIC HEALTH PROBLEMS, AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN EARLY 20TH CENTURY LABRADOR AND ALASKA
      1. Lisa Sattenspiel
        Svenn-Erik Mamelund

Additional Material

    1. R AUTHORS‘ BIOSKETCHES