Minority children

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  • The relationship between body weight and self-esteem among underserved minority children is not well documented. : For the first time, we documented that being normal weight did not necessarily guarantee positive self-esteem among minority children.

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  • Asthma outcomes are generally worse for ethnic minority children. Cultural competence training is an instrument for improving healthcare for ethnic minority patients.

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  • An intervention using the model “Meals seen and practised” was organized regularly at San Chay households with children under 5 years old in Thai Nguyen Province. The results showed that families with children under 5 years old contributed their time and efforts actively, as well as sharing resources such as 652.9 kg of foods for preparation of complementary food for children.

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  • Obesity is a major public health concern in the United States and should be addressed as early as possible, in childhood. Disparities exist in obesity prevalence and its associated comorbidities by racial/ethnic group, however less is known about the smaller racial/ethnic subclasses that are often aggregated and assumed to be homogeneously at risk.

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  • Most SCHIP enrollees lived in families with a working adult (80 percent to 87 percent of enrollees, depending on the study State) who worked full time (63 percent to 74 percent). Although the study States permitted coverage for families with incomes up to as much as 250 percent of the FPL, nearly two-thirds to three-quarters of new enrollees lived in families with incomes equal to or below 150 percent of the FPL. Most new SCHIP enrollees were white (55 percent to 78 percent), but a significant proportion of SCHIP enrollees were black or Hispanic.

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  • A vast proliferation of information is currently being produced in attempts to improve patient education and access to care in underserved communities. Health educators, providers, and institutions produce materials in various print, audio and video formats, in common and lesser- known languages of immigrants, refugees and ethnic minority communities. Information tailored to African Americans, indigenous tribes, LGBT communities, people with limited literacy, and other distinctive populations is becoming easier to find.

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  • Studies throughout Europe have shown that asylum-seeking children and adolescents (ASC) are at risk of developing mental disorders. The most common mental-health problems in ASC include posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS), internalizing symptoms such as depression and anxiety, and externalizing behaviour.

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  • Studies have shown that unaccompanied refugee children have elevated symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and externalizing problems.

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  • Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) belongs to a family of rare heterogeneous, genetic disorders characterized by blistering of the skin and mucous membranes in response to minor mechanical trauma.

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  • Consanguineous marriage has left many consequences for many families and society, which directly affecting the next generation of the married people. Consanguineous marriage has seriously affected the mothers and children’s health, reducing the quality of the lineage, the quality of population and human resources of ethnic minorities area.

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  • Diarrhea is one of the first causes of morbidity and mortality among children, especially in poor and developing countries including Vietnam. For decades, although Vietnam has implemented different health interventions to suppress diarrhea spread, this disease has been continuously concerned as a national health problem.

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  • Despite the expertise and ingenuity of U.S. industry and tremendous productiv- ity of U.S. agriculture and forestry, plant-based sources cannot automatically shoulder a major share of our chemical feedstock demand. Today, U.S. industry only makes minor portions of some classes of chemical products from plant-derived materials. Important scientific and commercial development breakthroughs are needed. Petrochemicals, agriculture, forestry, and other industries—as well as government—must make major coordinated efforts to most effectively increase the use of plant-derived chemicals.

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  • The presence of amnesia (which in psychoanalytic theories is posited to have the role of covering the unfortunate past) might, however, pose a significant challenge to clinicians trying to identify the precipitating stressful events. Furthermore some cases of dissociative (psychogenic) amnesia did not occur as a result of an objective major psychological stressor, but were recorded after a seemingly objective minor stress (Staniloiu et al., 2009).

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  • We also model the contagion process in a relatively mechanical fashion, holding balance sheets and the size and structure of interbank linkages constant as default propagates through the system. Arguably, in normal times in developed nancial systems, banks are sufciently robust that very minor variations in their default probabilities do not affect the decision of whether or not to lend to them in interbank markets.

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  • Much social science research on child development has focused on the role played by social class and socioeconomic factors like childhood poverty and family income, low parent education, and the more limited opportunities and negative influences faced by minority children. And indeed, the survey data show that the developmental problems listed above are more common among children from low-income families, families where parents have less than a high school education, and Black and Hispanic families.

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  • Poor Families in America’sHealth Care Crisis examines the implications of the fragmented and two-tiered health insurance system in the United States for the health care access of low-income families. For a large fraction of Americans, their jobs do not provide health insurance or other benefits, and although government programs are available for children, adults without private health care coverage have few options.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 of the document Ethical issues in anesthesiology and surgery presents the following contents: Informed consent - Pediatric patients, adolescents and emancipated minors; informed consent and the disclosure of surgeon experience; pediatric patients do not resuscitate decisions; ethical care of the children of jehovah’s witnesses; fatigue and the care of patients,...

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  • Congenital abnormalities of the kidney and urinary tract are reported to occur in 5 to 10% of the population [9]. They represent 25% of the total ultrasonographically diagnosed malformations that occur in 0.25–0.7% of fetuses. About 1/3 to 2/3 of ESRD in children are due to congenital ab- normalities of the kidney and urinary tract. In addition, these abnormalities occur in 23% of patients with chromosomal aberrations, and 2/3 of patients with abnormalities of other organ systems.

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  • part 2 book “abc of one to seven” has contents: febrile convulsions, recurrent headache, basic life support in the community, the child with fever, behaviour problems, children with special needs, school failure, minor orthopaedic problems, audit in primary care paediatrics,… and other contents.

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  • While ethnic diversity is increasing in many Western countries, access to youth mental health care is generally lower among ethnic minority youth compared to majority youth. It is unlikely that this is explained by a lower prevalence of psychiatric disorders in minority children.

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