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Completed
Project Description:
The study determines the relationships and implications of labor out-migration on the health of children in Cagayan de Oro City
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
This research is about a survey to examine the prevalence of helminth infections among schooling children of 5 public elementary schools of Maramag, Bukidnon and hope to correlate regional and specific socio-demographic variable(s) that could precipitate the process of infection or spreads infection.
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) or extra-esophageal reflux (EER) is the retrograde flow of gastric acid and pepsin through the lower and upper esophageal sphincters into the pharynx, larynx and associated structures of the upper aerodigestive tract. It is associated with such upper aerodigestive tract disorders as dysphonia, laryngitis, vocal fold g... [read more]
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
Background Tuberculosis (TB) poses a significant occupational risk among healthcare workers (HCWs) in a TB high burden country. No data exist documenting the prevalence of latent TB infection (LTBI) and incidence of active TB among HCWs in the Philippines. Methodology We conducted a cohort study involving HCWs assigned in the medical wards and ... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
The study aims to determine factors associated with underweight, stunting and wasting among infants and young children, from zero to 60 months, using data from the 7th National Nutrition Survey: Philippines, 2008. Factors examined include child, maternal and household characteristics.
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
This is a second phase of a nation-wide project on the documentation of Philippine Traditional Knowledge and Practices in Health, and development of traditional knowledge digital library (TKDL) in health. Documentation of healing practices will cover indigenous groups in Cordillera, Mindoro, Zamboanga and Davao. The TKDL will further be developed w... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
While alcohol consumption was viewed long before as a behavior limited to adults, children, teenagers and young adults have used the substance increasingly in the last several decades. Most American high school seniors (18 years old) have had an alcoholic drink within the past month, despite the fact that the legal drinking age is 21 years old and ... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
Breast milk is the best food because it contains all the nutrients, antibodies, hormones and antioxidants that an infant needs to thrive during the first six months of life. It also protects babies from diarrhea and acute respiratory infections while stimulating their immune system (UNICEF, 2004). Based on the WHO/UNICEF definition, exclusive brea... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
The Prospective Urban and Rural Epidemiological (PURE) study, investigates the impact of urbanization and economic status on non-communicable diseases (NCD) in low- and middle-income countries. Covering an exhaustive assessment of societal, nutritional and lifestyle changes which accompany urbanization and economic development, the PURE study is he... [read more]
Project Status:
Completed
Project Description:
The primary end-point of the study is to describe the profile of patients with schizophrenia included in the PHIS-MH during this period, based on the disease onset, duration of untreated psychosis and number of psychotic episodes. Moreover, the study aims to determine the clinical outcomes of the patients included in the PHIS-MH system during this ... [read more]
Project Status:
Ongoing
Project Description:
The present study will focus on identifying the common plants used for diabetes by folk-healers in the rural areas of Albay, this is because they were part of health care patterns in the culture of Filipinos especially those in rural areas where their belief is strongly attached for some reasons like they were able to feel relieved and/or treated b... [read more]