Day: December 2, 2020

Prevention of Obesity in Children in the UAE

1.     Introduction 1.1.          Study Background Nutritional health considered a global topic that holds extensive debate in the literature. Around the globe, UAE’s youth has twice the frequency of obese as compared to other countries. according to WHO (world health organization), in UAE, school children ages from 10 to 18 are 1.8 times obese than other …

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GAD Among Saudi Teenagers During COVID-19 Pandemic

Prevalence of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Among Saudi Teenagers During COVID-19 Pandemic in Saudi Arabia Introduction: Many countries across the world have been affected by the novel coronavirus. The affected countries were quarantined for several months, followed by distancing measures. To slow down the transmission of COVID-19 and break the chain of infection, lockdowns were …

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Nutritional Risk Factors of Parkinson’s Disease

Abstract Parkinson’s disease (PD) in elderly people is a frequent neurodegenerative disease. The pathogenesis of PD related to dopaminergic neuron degeneration in the striatum appears to involve genetic and underlying external factors. Oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, homocysteine, and neuroinflammation have been identified as possible pathways in previous laboratory investigations. Among environmental factors, as it is …

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Depression among Women due to Poor Dietary Pattern

Thorough research was conducted on depression and anxiety among women due to improper or poor dietary habits. Several databases were searched and the results are presented in Table 1. Table 1   Database/Library Keywords/Phrases Research Results Google scholar From 2016–2020 Unhealthy eating habits 32,200 From 2016–2020 Unhealthy eating habit, mental health 24,300 From 2010–2020 Poor …

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Mental Health in the United States: Dynamics, Statistics and Challenges

Mental Health in the United States   Executive Summary This report attempts to launch an inquiry into the mental health dynamics, statistics and challenges in the United States. Given that mental health is a broad topic, this report maintain its sphere of analysis on anxiety and stress, and puts forward statistical data taken from multiple …

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Malnutrition in the 21st Century: Dynamics and Multifaceted Nature

Abstract Malnutrition is one of the gravest and most formidable challenges of the 21st century. It is one of the underlying causes of majority of the acute and chronic healthcare conditions, and one of the major contributors to prolonged hospitalization and negative outcomes of healthcare processes and medication. There are different factors and contributors that …

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Relationship between Hypernatremia and Intraventricular Hemorrhage

Relationship between Hypernatremia and Intraventricular Hemorrhage in very and extremely preterm neonates: A Literature Review Abstract: The purpose of this study is to identify the important risk factors that contribute to intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) and hypernatremia in the early postnatal life of the preterm neonates having extremely low birth weight. The study seeks to find …

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Infant botulism Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

INFANTILE BOTULISM Infantile Botulism, as the name suggests, is an infantile disorder that is uncommon, life threatening, and neuromuscular disorder. It is, in fact, one of the five naturally acquired types of Botulism, other ones being – Food borne Botulism, Wound Botulism, Iatrogenic Botulism, and Intestinal Botulism. On the other hand, it can also be …

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Infection Control Practices in Secondary Health Hospitals: Across-Sectional Study

ASSESSMENT OF INFECTION CONTROL PROGRAM & ITS PRACTICES IN SECONDARY CARE HOSPITALS OF PESHAWAR, KHYBERPAKHTUNKHWA: ACROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY   Chapter 1 Abstract Background: – HAI is a major global health problem and is one of the most major cause of infection. It is the type of infection which is caused when patients are hospitalize or when …

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HER2 Receptors in Different Types of Cancer

HER2 Receptors in Different Types of Cancer Abstract Human Epidermal growth factor Receptor 2 has tyrosine kinase activity and is primarily found along with various epidermal growth factors. They have a crucial role in increasing the cells present in the epithelium and, later on, the proliferated cells’ angiogenesis. In this paper, the signal transduction of …

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Endoscopic Management of Achalasia – A Systematic Review

Endoscopic Management of Achalasia – A Systematic Review   Introduction What is Achalasia? Esophageal contractility is considered as a significant job in keeping up the esophageal motility work. The as? Of late grew high-goals manometry (HRM) technique permits us to assess esophageal motility work more exactly than traditional manometry. In view of Chicago Classification adaptation …

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Drug Addiction and Substance use Disorders; Theories and Therapies

Abstract This paper will undertake an insightful discourse by evaluating and examining the findings and discourses of peer-reviewed and recently conducted existing articles that launch scientific inquiry into the impact of early intervention and drug abuse treatment programs administered across the public and private healthcare facilities. The paper will also examine a wide array of …

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