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Original articles
Whyte P. Decompression illness in the tuna farm divers of South Australia. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):2-16.
Ekanayake L, Doolette DJ. Effects of hyperbaric oxygen treatment on blood sugar levels and insulin levels in diabetics. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):16-20.
Schiltz KL, Ary CM, Millington JT. Effects of recreational diving on attention: A Preliminary Study. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):20-25.
Taylor D McD, O’Toole KS, Auble TE, Ryan CM, Sherman DR. Sensation seeking personality traits of recreational scuba divers.  SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):25-28.
The world as it is
Cali-Corleo R, Mueller PHJ. The European College of Baromedicine. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):29-30.
Letters to the Editor
Mutzbauer TS. Advanced diving and hyperbaric medicine course 2001. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):34.
Coninx R. British Tunnelling Society 2002. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):34.
Douglas B. Shark feeding. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):35.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 2000
Gorman D. Health surveillance in the 21st century. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):39-41.
Elliott D, Edge C. Restricted diving for the unfit. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):41-44.
Taylor L, Mitchell S. Diabetes as a contraindication to diving: should old dogma give way to new evidence. SPUMS Journal. 2001;31(1):44-50.

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