Biomarkers of Farmworker Pesticide Exposure in North Carolina (PDF)
Meeting the Requirements for Occupational Safety and Sanitation for Migrant Farmworkers in North Carolina (PDF)Housing Conditions in Temporary Labor Camps for Migrant Farmworkers in North Carolina (PDF)Migrant Farmworker Housing Violations in North Carolina (PDF)Drinking Water Quality in NC Migrant Farmworker Camps (PDF)Quality of Kitchen Facilities in NC Migrant Farmworker Camps (PDF)
Residential Pesticide Exposure in North Carolina Migrant Farmworker Camps (PDF)Safety and Injury Characteristics of Youth Farmworkers Working in North Carolina Agriculture (PDF)Hired Youth Farmworkers in North Carolina: Work Safety Climate and Safety (PDF)Heat Illness Experienced by North Carolina Farmworkers (PDF)Providing Information About the Affordable Care Act to Latino Immigrants (PDF)Cotinine Levels for North Carolina Farmworkers (PDF)Alcohol Consumption and Potential for Dependence among North Carolina Farmworkers (PDF)North Carolina Latino Farmworkers and Non-Farmworkers Experience High Levels of Pesticide Exposure (PDF)Prevalence and Prevention of Green Tobacco Sickness among Farmworkers in North Carolina (PDF)
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