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The incidence of eating disorders appears stable overall, but may be increasing in younger age groups. Data on incidence, ... Higher gestational age, older maternal age and longer maternal education were study-wide associated with greater use of vitamin ... Efforts to improve early detection are needed. These data provide a baseline to monitor changing trends in incidence. ... Information about vitamin D supplementation was collected through a validated FFQ at the age of 2 weeks and monthly between the ...
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*  Varicella in Infants After Implementation of the US Varicella Vaccination Program | Articles | Pediatrics
Improving varicella vaccination coverage in all age groups will further reduce the risk of varicella exposure and protect those ... Presence of maternal varicella-zoster virus antibodies might explain attenuated disease in very young infants likely born to ... Varicella has been described as a serious health condition in infants younger than 12 months, who are at increased risk for ... Infants aged 0 to 5 months had milder clinical disease than those aged 6 to 11 months: ≥50 lesions, 49% vs 58% (P = .038); ...
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*  Maternal death - Wikipedia
Family planning approaches include avoiding pregnancy at too young of an age or too old of an age and spacing births. Access to ... To improve maternal health, barriers that limit access to quality maternal health services must be identified and addressed at ... The four measures of maternal death are the maternal mortality ratio (MMR), maternal mortality rate, lifetime risk of maternal ... There are also racial and ethnic disparities in maternal health outcomes which increases maternal mortality in marginalized ...
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*  Journal scan | Emergency Medicine Journal
Altogether 215 patients aged between 18 and 75 years who presented to the emergency department with blunt trauma while a ... It has noted a trend to increased survival in those not receiving concomitant heparin, and this may be worthy of further ... Fetal deaths related to maternal injury ▸. This three year retrospective descriptive study of fetal death certificates in 16 US ... Weber JE, Chudnofsky CR, Younger JG, et al. Pediatrics2001;107:e96. ...
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*  Stroke and pregnancy | Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry
Strenuous labour, multiparity, caesarean section, increased gestational age and increased maternal age all seem to be risk ... 40 the authors noted that the patients tended to be younger (mean age of 26 years compared with age 36 years). There seemed to ... Pre-eclampsia and the risk of ischemic stroke among young women: results from the stroke prevention in young women study. ... women over the age of 35 years have an increased risk of pregnancy-related stroke. ...
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*  Health at a Glance: Asia/Pacific 2016 - Books - OECD iLibrary
... lack of enforcement and no age limits in some countries allow young people to access alcohol easily, increasing their ... Maternal mortality - the death of a woman during pregnancy, childbirth, or within 42 days of the termination of pregnancy - is ... Infant and young child feeding Optimal feeding practices of infants and young children can increase their chances of survival. ... Under age 5 mortality The under age 5 mortality rate is an indicator of child health as well as the overall development and ...
  http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/social-issues-migration-health/health-at-a-glance-asia-pacific-2016_health_glance_ap-2016-en
*  Hospitalizations for Severe Lower Respiratory Tract Infections | Articles | Pediatrics
Low income, low education levels, younger maternal age, crowded living conditions, and race are well-described risk factors for ... The rates of hospitalization for severe LRTI decreased with increasing age. Children aged 10 to 18 years had a rate of ... children of younger age were relatively less likely to have severe LRTI compared with older children aged 10 to 18 years. An ... 2-year age group from the Medicaid data; this would be reflected in rates for these age groups. However, when we compared age ...
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*  Cambodia - MBDS Foundation Secretariat
Fig.2 Maternal Mortality in Selected Countries in Asia. Source: Maternal mortality in 2000: Estimates developed by WHO, UNICEF ... The mortality rate of children under five years of age in 2000 was 124 per 1000 live births. The pattern of morbidity and ... Increase promotion of effective public and private partnerships for effective and efficient basic and specialist care ... Further, the number of new HIV infections each year has also dropped, mainly among young people, as prevention strategies take ...
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*  Health in Sudan - Wikipedia
This increase in coverage was driven by an increase in the proportion of births delivered by auxiliary or village midwives. The ... An estimated 65 percent of deathsoccurring before the age of five, happen during infancy (before children reach one year of age ... The Maternal mortality ratio per 100 000 live births estimated at 730 [380-1400] deaths per 100 000 live births in 2010. The ... It is a fatal, mentally and physically disabling disease that only affects young children. It is currently restricted to a ...
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*  Maternal use of antibiotics, hospitalisation for infection during pregnancy, and risk of childhood epilepsy: a population-based...
To examine the relationship between maternal infection during pregnancy and risk of childhood epilepsy we con ... Maternal infection during pregnancy may be a risk factor for epilepsy in offspring. Use of antibiotics is a valid marker of ... maternal age (≤20, 21-34, ≥35), smoking in pregnancy (yes/no), maternal history of epilepsy, and maternal history of diabetes ... maternal fever with urinary symptoms, or maternal fever of 39.0°C or did have an increased risk of epilepsy -suggesting that ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Maternal-Use-Antibiotics-Hospitalisation-Infection/22295115.html
*  P1-S1.18 Investigating a cluster of neonatal herpes at a single institution | Sexually Transmitted Infections
Women delivering at our institution were younger (41% vs 27% NYC-wide aged ,25), and more likely to be Black non-Hispanic (85% ... Maternal hospital rooms, infant isolettes, and ventilators were mapped to rule out common use by case-mothers or -infants. As ... but the patient population is at increased risk for NH. Available data do not support a nosocomial cause for this cluster; ... NH cases were characterised with regard to viral type, birth history, syndrome classification, vital status, maternal serum ...
  http://sti.bmj.com/content/87/Suppl_1/A107.1
*  Uncategorized - Statistical Data
HIV / AIDS and maternal conditions are the leading causes of death for young women. Top 3 causes of death among young men are ... It is interesting, that in younger age groups men outnumber women, but in older age groups women outnumber men. ... Also maternal health has improved considerably globally - in 1990 there were 380 deaths per 100 000 live births, but in 2013 ... Nowadays both men and women are getting married later - men marry at age 29, but women marry at age 25. In developing regions ...
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*  Influenza-Associated Pediatric Deaths in the United States, 2010-2016 | Articles | Pediatrics
Young children have the highest death rates, especially infants aged ,6 months. Increasing vaccination among children, pregnant ... Kuwanda L, et al; Maternal Flu Trial Team. . Influenza vaccination of pregnant women and protection of their infants. N Engl J ... 2 times as likely to die compared with children aged 2 to 17 years. Young children ,2 years of age were less likely to have ... Young children are at an increased risk for severe influenza infections. In addition to high rates of influenza-associated ...
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*  WHO | Family planning in sub-Saharan Africa: progress or stagnation?
Use increased at only 0.6 of a percentage point per year and such an increase slowed down between the 1990s and the early ... FP, family planning.a This includes all women of reproductive age except those who have not engaged in sexual activity or whose ... Sexual abstinence, contraception, and condom use by young African women: a secondary analysis of survey data. Lancet 2006; 368 ... uptake of maternal and child health services and strength of family planning programmes, all of which can influence ...
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*  Ectopic Pregnancy for the Hospitalist - Renal and Urology News
Young women of reproductive age are the most likely to have an ectopic pregnancy. Unfortunately, more than half of all women ... Repeat TVUS may show a worsening appearance with increased hemorrhage a week after MTX. An increase in mass size may be seen up ... Rupture of the pregnancy accounts for 1% to 15% of all maternal deaths. There is a trend towards decreasing hospitalizations ... β-hCG levels increase by 53% every day in a normal intrauterine pregnancy and peak at a level greater than 100 000 IU/L at 9-11 ...
  https://www.renalandurologynews.com/hospital-medicine/ectopic-pregnancy-for-the-hospitalist/article/604315/
*  552. Tin and stannous chloride (WHO Food Additives Series 17)
... young at 4 weeks of age. A visceral and skeletal examination of the F2b generation rats did not show any tin-related ... Calcium concentration in the kidneys of treated rats increased in a dose-dependent manner with most of the increase occurring ... on maternal or foetal survival. The number of abnormalities in either soft or skeletal tissues of foetuses from tin-exposed ... 1977) proposed that the observed increase in renal calcium levels in rats dosed with inorganic tin is due to increased ...
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*  Infant Growth and Stroke in Adult Life | Stroke
Risk of stroke fell as each measure increased. Risk of stroke also fell with increasing body mass index at age 2 years in ... Maternal Influences. The incidence of stroke was not related to mother's height, weight, body mass index, parity, or age. The ... Nor were there differences in hazard ratios in analyses at ages older and younger than 55 years. ... low weight gain between birth and age 2 years and low body mass index at age 2 years are related to increased risk of coronary ...
  http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/38/2/264
*  New evidence on why young women in South Africa are at high risk of HIV infection | EurekAlert! Science News
... shedding new light on why young women in South Africa have high rates of HIV infection. Dr. Salim Abdool Karim, professor of ... Dementia increases the risk of 30-day readmission to the hospital after discharge American Geriatrics Society ... Many of these men were also partners of similarly aged women who have HIV prevalence rates exceeding 60%. ... maternal and child health, health policy, climate change & health, and public health preparedness. It is a leader in public ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2016-07/cums-neo071516.php
*  Infant Mortality Rate Zimbabwe | Zanran
5 years increased from 77 to 102 deaths per 1000 live births between 1990-1994 .... Relative increase in age-specific mortality ... Estimates and projections of an index of overall kinship resources for children younger than age 10, Zimbabwe 1980-2050 www. ... Trends in maternal mortality. DHS estimates of maternal mortality ratios1 (MMR) for periods of time prior to the survey by ... Relative increase in age-specific mortality rates in Zimbabwe, 1995-1999 to 1990-1994 wwwn.cdc.gov/dls/ila/cd/who-afro/hiv_ ...
  http://www.zanran.com/q/Infant_Mortality_Rate_Zimbabwe?page=2
*  Relationship between the home environment's risk for child obesity an… - English
Maternal depression• Poor quality maternal/child relationshipRural people more likely to be inactive and poor Poverty related ... 6. 4/6/2012 Marital Status Single/never married Divorced/widowed Married Living with partner• Avg age of mother = 32years• Avg ... Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue ... low-income families that have young children?• What are you currently doing that you should continue to do?• What could you do ...
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*  Part II. Health and economic context
Old-age pensions (the older persons' grant) were shown to dramatically improve household food security, and child support ... The median age is a relatively young 24 years (2008), similar to that of other middle-income countries such as Mexico (26) and ... of maternal deaths reported in 2005 - 2007. A separate study assessing utilisation of maternal health services in Western Cape ... improve health outcomes and increase access to services.10 As evidence of this commitment, Parliament tabled the National ...
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*  Inequalities in maternal health: national cohort study of ethnic variation in severe maternal morbidities. - Nuffield...
The risk in non-white women remained high after adjustment for differences in age, socioeconomic and smoking status, body mass ... This highlights to clinicians and policy makers the importance of tailored maternity services and improved access to care for ... These differences may be due to the presence of pre-existing maternal medical factors or to factors related to care during ... The estimated risk of severe maternal morbidity in white women was 80 cases per 100 000 maternities, and that in non-white ...
  https://www.ndph.ox.ac.uk/publications/236757
*  Impact of a stepwise introduction of smoke-free legislation on the rate of preterm births: analysis of routinely collected...
... maternal age was 29.5 (23.6-35.8) years, and median birth order was 2 (1-3). Table 1⇓ provides details of maternal age, preterm ... increase in mortality in young adulthood.16. As smoke-free legislation in Belgium was implemented in different phases, we were ... Maternal age was categorised as ,25, 25-34, and ≥35 years. The degree of urbanisation of maternal residence was dichotomised ... Gestational age at birth and mortality in young adulthood. JAMA2011;306:1233-40. ...
  http://www.bmj.com/content/346/bmj.f441?tab=citation
*  Migraines during pregnancy linked to stroke and vascular diseases: US population based case-control study | The BMJ
The proportion of diagnoses of migraine increased with increasing maternal age (table 2⇓). Women 40 years of age or older were ... 13 14 In non-pregnant women of childbearing age, the Stroke Prevention in Young Women Study showed that women with visual aura ... As shown in table 6⇓, increasing age (odds ratio 1.03, 1.02 to 1.03), pre-eclampsia (2.29, 2.13 to 2.46), stroke (15.05, 8.26 ... in women aged between 35 and 39.3 Although migraine is very common in this age group, only a few studies have focused on the ...
  http://www.bmj.com/content/338/bmj.b664.long
*  Malaria control aimed at the entire population in KwaZulu-Natal negates the need for policies to prevent malaria in pregnancy
RESULTS: Of the 1406 study participants, more than a quarter were younger than 20 years of age, and more than 90% were ... Maternal health service utilisation in Ubombo district. South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2003;93(3):70-74 ... ITNs and other programmes aimed at improving pregnancy outcomes. Moreover, the relatively high level of education among the ... A total of 1 406 women aged 12 - 45 years were recruited. The majority had been educated up to secondary school level (Table 1 ...
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