The EPICS Trial: Enabling Parents to Increase Child Survival through the introduction of community-based health interventions in rural Guinea Bissau
- Kid stuff. // Nutrition Health Review: The Consumer's Medical Journal;1996, Issue 77, p23
Deals with different questions and its corresponding answers about children's health. Healthy suggestions on how to combat cabin fever; Information about scoliosis and how to treat it; Suggestions on eye infection.
- Converting Child Health Stations to Pediatric Treatment Centers: Utilization Patterns of Children Using Three Upper Manhattan Facilities Offering Treatment Services. Denerstein, Daniel; Novick, Lloyd F.; Loewenstein, Regina; Bianco, James G. // American Journal of Public Health;Jun76, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p579
The article presents a study on how consumers utilized three child health stations which was converted to pediatric treatment centers in the U.S. The findings of the study suggest that the addition of treatment capability to well-baby stations in undeserved areas provided an increment to...
- Healthy environments for children. Bellamy, Carol // Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2003, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p157
Editorial. Focuses on the health of children. Factors responsible for childhood illness and death; Need for survival, growth and development of children; Measures taken by United Nations for the development of children.
- From audit to action. Wittenberg, D. F. // South African Journal of Child Health;Jul2011, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p26
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including an audit on child death, environmental issues affecting child health, and motorcycle injuries in Nigeria.
- Catching them young. Milton, Tina // Leisure & Hospitality Business;7/11/2002, p40
Reports on fitness club operator Children First Clubs' opening of children-only health clubs in London, England by 2003. Amenities; Perception of the fitness activities for children to have plus points for child development; Need for operators to find ways to encourage children to become weight...
- ÅžOC INFECÅ¢IOS ÅžI INSUFICIENÅ¢Ä‚ ORGANICÄ‚ MULTIPLÄ‚ (M.S.O.F) ÃŽN EVOLUÅ¢IA GRIPEI CU VIRUS B. Bîrluţiu, Victoria // Acta Medica Transilvanica;sep2011, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p107
The severe evolution of influenza is frequently associated with the virus A flu infection. The virus B flu infection has been considered rather rare and most frequently having a benign evolution. The severity of the flu is associated with some population groups who are prone to it, like patients...
- Lessons from the Shriners. Schumacher, William // Modern Healthcare;5/16/2005, Vol. 35 Issue 20, p24
Acknowledges the contributions of the Shriners children hospitals to the U.S. healthcare system. Background on the institution; Projects of Shriners Hospital for Children included in its 2005 research program on childhood diseases; Information on a free treatment for children service being...
- Respiratory viruses from hospitalized children with severe pneumonia in the Philippines. Suzuki, Akira; Lupisan, Socorro; Furuse, Yuki; Fuji, Naoko; Saito, Mariko; Tamaki, Raita; Galang, Hazel; Sombrero, Lydia; Mondoy, Melisa; Aniceto, Rapunzel; Olveda, Remigio; Oshitani, Hitoshi // BMC Infectious Diseases;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p267
Background: Pneumonia remains a leading cause of child death in developing countries. The viruses in severe pneumonia remain poorly defined. Methods: The study was conducted at the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center in Tacloban City, Philippines from May 2008 to May 2009. Patients aged 8...
- HOSPITALS helping CHILDREN. // AHA News;8/31/2009, Vol. 45 Issue 18, p10
No abstract available.