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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Tackling Africa's chronic disease burden: from the local to the global

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  • Document introduction of content: Definition, introduction and key points, disease burden and epidemiology, causes of dysphagia, clinical diagnosis, treatment options, references, useful web sites and guidelines.

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  • Document presentation of content: Introduction & key points, disease burden & endemicity, risk groups, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, management of strongyloidiasis, literature references, useful websites, queries and feedback from you.

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  • Cervical cancer is the second most prevalent cancer among women worldwide, and infection with Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) has been identified as the causal agent for this condition. The natural history of cervical cancer is characterized by slow disease progression, rendering the condition in essence preventable and even treatable when diagnosed in early stages.

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  • Reduced levels of clinical or radiological pneumonia in clin- ical trials of a nine-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine provide an estimate of the vaccine-preventable disease burden (valency indicates the number of serotypes against which the vaccine provides protection; conjugate refers to conjugation of polysaccharides to a protein backbone). In a study in The Gambia, 37 percent of radiological pneumonia was prevented, reflecting the amount of disease caused by S. pneumoniae, and mortality was reduced by 16 percent (Cutts and others 2005).

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  • Nevertheless, the broad message of this analysis is fairly clear. Air pollution from maquiladoras has serious consequences for human health, including respiratory disease and premature mortality. However, maquiladoras are clearly not the leading cause of air pollution in Paso del Norte. Moreover, most maquiladoras are probably less important sources of dangerous air pollution than at least one notoriously polluting Mexican-owned industry. Finally, we find no evidence to suggest that maquiladora air pollution affects the poor disproportionately.

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  • Previous World Health Organization studies have examined the aggregate disease burden attributed to key environmental risks globally and regionally, quantifying the amount of death and disease caused by factors such as unsafe drinking-water and sanitation, and indoor and outdoor air pollution. Building from that experience, this present study examines how specific diseases and injuries are impacted by environmental risks, and which regions and populations are most vulnerable to environmentally-mediated diseases and injuries.

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  • This report confirms that approximately one-quarter of the global disease burden, and more than one-third of the burden among children, is due to modifiable environmental factors. The analysis here also goes a step further, and systematically analyzes how different diseases are impacted by environmental risks… and by 'how much.' Heading that list are diarrhoea, lower respiratory infections, various forms of unintentional injuries, and malaria.

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  • WHOís failure to eradicate malaria (after a significant victory over smallpox) revealed the interrelationship of health and infrastructure, culture, politics and economic stability. In addition, it demonstrated the imperative that health campaigns be culturally-sensitive and discredited the notion of magic bullets for the worldís disease burdens.

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  • Nigeria’s Leaders Prioritize Prevention The First Lady of Cross River State, Mrs. Obioma Liyel-Imoke, is a public health crusader who is profoundly dedicated to reducing child pneumonia deaths in Nigeria — the country with the highest child pneumonia burden in Africa. She created the Breath of Life health initiative that works within communities to promote pneumonia prevention. On World Pneumonia Day, Breath of Life, the First Lady and other dignitaries led an energetic advocacy walk to educate parents about child pneumonia in the local government area (LGA) of Bekwarra.

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  • Much of what is known about asthma risk factors comes from studies of young children. Risk factors for the development of asthma in adults, particularly de novo in adults who did not have asthma in childhood, are less well defined. The lack of a clear definition for asthma presents a significant problem in studying the role of different risk factors in the development of this complex disease, because the characteristics that define asthma (e.g.

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  • together we must make a decisive move, now, to improve the health of women and children around the world. we know what works. we have achieved excellent progress in a short time in some countries. the answers lie in building our collective resolve to ensure universal access to essential health services and proven, life-saving interventions as we work to strengthen health systems. these range from family planning and making childbirth safe, to increasing access to vaccines and treatment for hIV and aIds, malaria, tuberculosis, pneumonia and other neglected diseases.

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  • Many special events are held on private property, with leadership shared among the venue owner/ private security and the local police and ire departments. Even when one law enforcement agency clearly has the lead and provides most of the resources—a July 4th celebration in a city park, for example—assistance from other law enforcement agencies may be needed (e.g., sherif’s oice for prisoner transport, county police for standby tactical support). Inter-agency Agreement.

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  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders in the Western world. In recent years, there have been many developments in the field of GERD. At least, all these developments have helped to find new diagnostic procedures and different treatment concepts. As well known, GERD affects patients quality of life and leads to a significant economic burden on society. Therefore, all further investigations should primary aim in an improvement of patients daily life.

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  • Today, Vancouver has the smallest per capita carbon footprint of any city in North America. We have been able to achieve this in collaboration with our energy utility providers, senior levels of government, and innovators in the business and non-proit sectors who see new opportunity in responding to this challenge. Because of these achievements, Vancouver is quickly becoming a new green economy hub. Vancouverites have consistently made choices that have turned our home into one of the world’s most livable cities.

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  • The belief that children will take care of the parents in the old age is eroding in India where the family size has been cut down as a result of the demographic process (Dandelkar, 1996). The situation in the urban areas shows a rejection of older people by the next generation and this is spreading to rural areas (Desai, 1985). In the nuclear family regime, the position of the aged becomes more vulnerable and is treated as a burden to the family (Nayar, 1992). The social negligence of the aged occurs due to cultural, social and economic relations within the...

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  • Victor McLaglen, the rambunctious leading man and later character actor in American films, especially those of the legendary director John Ford, played so many swaggering drunks and sentimen- tal Irish sergeants that film critics dubbed him the British-born Wal- lace Beery. The film critic David Thomson, who was less than gen- erous in his overall summation of Victor McLaglen’s later film ca- reer, wrote: “Self-pity and barroom Irish bravado were the keys to his work.”

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  • The current arrangements for local audit, whereby a single organisation - the Audit Commission - is the regulator, commissioner and provider of local audit services are inefficient and unnecessarily centralised. The Audit Commission has increased the professionalism and the quality of local government audit, but, it has also become too focused on reporting to central Government and supporting the previous era of a target driven Government.

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  • Anti-choice activists already succeeded in changing the legal standards for assessing restrictions on a woman’s right to choose; in Casey (1992), the court abandoned the most exacting standard of legal review applied to fundamental rights, “strict scrutiny,” and instead implemented the less protective standard of asking merely whether a restriction imposes an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to choose. 33 A second avenue of attack on Roe is to restrict or eliminate altogether its protections for women’s health.

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  • Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body's most basic functions: the conception of children. In the United States, infertility affects about 7.3 million women and their partners, or about 12% of the reproductive-aged population. For many of these couples, the answer lies in conventional medical therapy, such as drug treatment or surgery to repair reproductive organs. Since 1978, ART has provided another solution for many would-be parents.

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