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Colombia Faces Prospects of More Population Displacement

Already one of the world's major centers of displaced people, Colombia faces the likelihood that the latest escalation of a multifaceted civil war will force even more people from their homes and increase the risks of illness and death.

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Eco-Tourism: Encouraging Conservation or Adding to Exploitation?

(2001) Eco-tourism has emerged as one of the most important sectors of the international tourism industry. The United Nations, recognizing eco-tourism's potential role in sustainable development, has declared 2002 the "International Year of Eco-tourism."

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The Dual Burden of Overweight and Underweight in Developing Countries

(2006) Undernutrition remains a devastating problem in many developing countries—affecting over 815 million people and causing more than one-half of all child deaths.1 But while governments in these countries continue efforts to reduce hunger, that focus neglects the growing rate of overweight and obesity in the developing world.2

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PRB Discuss Online: How Are Latino Children Doing in the United States?

(2010) Over the past 20 years, the number of Latino children under age 18 living in the United States has doubled, making them one of the fastest-growing segments of the national population.

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The Demography of Inequality in the United States: Introduction

(2014) A convergence of demographic trends and disparities is contributing to a new economic reality for the U.S. population, characterized by higher levels of poverty and inequality.

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The Dual Burden of Overweight and Underweight in Developing Countries

(2006) Undernutrition remains a devastating problem in many developing countries—affecting over 815 million people and causing more than one-half of all child deaths.1 But while governments in these countries continue efforts to reduce hunger, that focus neglects the growing rate of overweight and obesity in the developing world.2 Increasingly, health systems in poor countries are simultaneously confronting under- and overnutrition—not only at the national level, but also within households.

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