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TitleHealth change in the Asia-Pacific region : biocultural and epidemiological approaches
Author edited by Ryutaro Ohtsuka, Stanley J. Ulijaszek
Imprint Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2012, c2007
Descript viii, 313 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


Health change in the Asia-Pacific region: disparate end-points? / Stanley J. Ulijaszek and Ryutaro Ohtsuka -- Interactions of nutrition, genetics and infectious disease in the Pacific: implications for prehistoric migrations / Stephen Oppenheimer -- Biocultural adaptation and population connectedness in the Asia-Pacific region / Ryutaro Ohtsuka -- Changing nutritional health in South East Asia / Geoffrey C. Marks -- Obesity and nutritional health in Hong Kong Chinese people / Gary T.C. Ko -- Modernization, nutritional adaptability and health in Papua New Guinean highlanders and Solomon Islanders / Taro Yamauchi -- Tongan obesity: causes and consequences / Tsukasa Inaoka, Yasuhiro Matsumura and Kazuhiro Suda -- Nutrition and health in modernizing Samoans: temporal trends and adaptive perspectives / Ember D. Keighley ... [et al.] -- Health patterns of Pacific Islanders and Asians in the United States / W. Parker Frisbie ... [et al.] -- Impacts of modernization and transnationalism on nutritional health of Cook Islanders / Stanley J. Ulijaszek -- Mortality decline in the Pacific: economic development and other explanations / Alistair Woodward and Tony Blakely -- Health changes in Papua New Guinea: from adaptation to double jeopardy? / Robert Attenborough

Health transition -- Southeast Asia Health transition -- East Asia Health transition -- Islands of the Pacific Nutrition -- Southeast Asia Nutrition -- East Asia Nutrition -- Islands of the Pacific

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