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M. Allen, Consumer health. Communication with limited English proficient populations: lessons learned from the Hmong, MLA NewsMLA News, pp. 16-17, 2008.
K. Leonard, J. Lindsay, M., and Earl, M., Consumer Health Web Sites in Asian and Pacific Islander Languages, Journal of Consumer Health on the InternetJournal of Consumer Health on the Internet, vol. 17, pp. 184-195, 2013.
H. Pinzon-Perez, Health issues for the Hmong population in the U.S.: implications for health educators, International Electronic Journal of Health EducationInternational Electronic Journal of Health Education, vol. 9, pp. 122-133, 2006.
T. Mixson-Hayden, Lee, D., Ganova-Raeva, L., Drobeniuc, J., Stauffer, W. M., Teshale, E., and Kamili, S., Hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus infections in United States-bound refugees from Asia and Africa, Am J Trop Med HygAm J Trop Med Hyg, vol. 90, pp. 1014-20, 2014.
H. Sonethavilay, Miyabayashi, I., Komori, A., Onimaru, M., and Washio, M., Mental Health Needs and Cultural Barriers that Lead to Misdiagnosis of Southeast Asian Refugees: A Review, International Medical JournalInternational Medical Journal, vol. 18, pp. 169-171, 2011.
M. See Yang, Burr, J. A., and Mutchler, J. E., The prevalence of sensory deficits, functional limitations, and disability among older Southeast Asians in the United States, Journal of Aging and HealthJournal of Aging and Health, vol. 24, pp. 1252-1274, 2012.