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Asthma Diagnosis, Phenotypes and Severity, and Indoor Microbial Exposure among Urban and Rural Children in Saskatchewan, Canada
Background: Childhood asthma is less common in rural compared to urban settings. This could be linked to possible asthma under-diagnosis in rural children. Furthermore, asthma presents with multiple phenotypes and degrees ...
Identifying clinical and social factors influencing changes in CD4+ count in HIV infected adults in Saskatoon, Canada
Context and Rationale: The incidence of HIV in Saskatchewan is the highest in Canada and the epidemiology in this province is unique. Clinically, rapid decline in CD4+ cell count and rapid progression to AIDS has been ...
HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND THE GENERAL POPULATION WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN SASKATCHEWAN
Background: Indigenous patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have expressed concerns about barriers to access IBD care. The limited evidence of IBD among Indigenous people highlights the need for studies evaluating ...
“It Feels Like Somebody Cut my Legs off”: Public Transportation and the Politics of Health in Saskatchewan
Background: In May 2017, the Government of Saskatchewan closed the Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC), a 70-year-old bus company in Saskatchewan, Canada, through an austerity budget that saw many cuts to programs ...