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  • Nature Appropriation and Associations with Population Health in Canada's Largest Cities 

    Rainham, Daniel, Rory Cantwell, and Timothy Jason. 2013. "Nature Appropriation and Associations with Population Health in Canada's Largest Cities ." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 10(4): 1268-1283.
    Earth is a finite system with a limited supply of resources. As the human population grows, so does the appropriation of Earth's natural capital, thereby exacerbating environmental concerns such as biodiversity loss, ...
  • Development of a wearable global positioning system for place and health research 

    Rainham, Daniel, Daniel Krewski, Ian McDowell, Mike Sawada, et al. 2008. "Development of a wearable global positioning system for place and health research ." International Journal of Health Geographics 7: 59-59.
    Background: An increasing number of studies suggest that characteristics of context, or the attributes of the places within which we live, work and socialize, are associated with variations in health-related behaviours and ...
  • Hot weather and therapeutic agents: Response to Arya 

    Smoyer-Tomic, KE, and DCG Rainham. 2002. "Hot weather and therapeutic agents: Response to Arya ." Environmental health perspectives 110(5): 233-A233. Reproduced with permission from Environmental Health Perspectives
    No abstract available.
  • Beating the heat: Development and evaluation of a Canadian hot weather health-response plan 

    Smoyer-Tomic, KE, and DGC Rainham. 2001. "Beating the heat: Development and evaluation of a Canadian hot weather health-response plan ." Environmental health perspectives 109(12): 1241-1248. Reproduced with permission from Environmental Health Perspectives
    An increasing number of cities subject to hazardous summer weather in the United States and Canada have began to develop and implement hot weather response plans to prevent heat-related illnesses and deaths. In this study ...