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Human exposure as a monitor of environmental contamination: its possibilities and limitations as illustrated by the case of methylmercury in northern Quebec.. Suppl:712-4.. 1991.
How is the nutrition transition affecting dietary adequacy in Eeyouch (Cree) adults of Northern Quebec, Canada? Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 38(3):300-5.. 2013.
High-sugar drink consumption: An associate of obesity and impaired fasting glucose in Canadian Indigenous (Cree) communities.. 22(8):e17-9.. 2012.
Highlights report on gambling and addictions : Chiyämäy'timuwin ä nändu'chischäy'täkinüch : the "in search of peace of mind" project, gambling, addiction and mental health in Eeyou Istchee.. 2009.
Highlight series : based on findings from the aboriginal children's survey for the Cree nation of liyiyiu Aschii.. 2010.
High adiposity is associated cross-sectionally with low self-concept and body size dissatisfaction among indigenous Cree schoolchildren in Canada.. BMC Pediatr. 13:118.. 2013.
The Health of the James Bay Cree.. 34:1606-13.. 1988.
Health and what effects it in the Cree Communities of Eeyou Istchee- A compilation of recent statistics.. 2001.
Health Advisory from the Cree Health Board: Rising levels of mercury in pike and walleye from Eastmain and Opinaca reservoirs.. 2010.