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Abstract Obesity in pregnancy is currently a major health problem worldwide according the WHO. Prevalence of obesity during pregnancy has doubled in the past 20 years, and obesity is strongly associated with poor gestational and perinatal outcomes. Pregnancy is characterized as a brief observation period in which the anthropometric index undergoes rapid changes. The measurements of weight and height and their associations, to produce pre-gestational Body mass index (BMI) and (less commonly) the calculation of arm circumferences and cutaneous folds ...
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ABSTRACT Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of worldwide preventable morbidity and mortality. Globally certain risk factors have been found to account for up to 90% of cardiovascular disease and a large percentage are preventable through the reduction of the modifiable risk factors. However it is reported that there are millions of people with undiagnosed cardiovascular disease risk factors who are not being managed to prevent the development of cardiovascular disease. A qualitative and quantitative descriptive research design was adopted ...
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background to the study Obesity is an excessive or abnormal fat accumulation that may impair health if drastic actions are not taken. (Ellulu, Abed, Rahmat, Ranneh & Ali;(2014). It is a deadly non communicable disease which is gaining increasing importance globally and emanates as a result of excessive food intake containing fats, sugar dense meals and a reduction in physical activities. Also, obesity occurs as a result of an imbalance between energy intake and energy ...
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ABSTRACT Physical activity (PA) is recognized as an important determinant for chronic lifestyle diseases. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) PA is one of the major underlying causes of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) leading to significant global burden of death, disease and disability among teachers and adults. There are many factors that influence PA among school teachers, including physical fitness and motor skill development. Health-related physical fitness includes cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition. Motor skills ...
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BACTERIA RESPONSIBLE FOR UPPER URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN 5 CHILDREN ATTENDING GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL MAKARFI  CHAPTER ONE  INTRODUCTION 1.1. Introduction In biology/ecology, parasitism is a non-mutual symbiotic relationship between species, where one species, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host. Traditionally parasite (in biological usage) referred primarily to organisms visible to the naked eye, or macro-parasites (such as helminths). Parasites can be micro-parasites, which are typically smaller, such as protozoa, (Bartel et al., 2011) viruses, and ...
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ABSTRACT The use of X-rays in medical diagnostic radiology has increased globally. The medical use of X-ray for diagnosis of illness is subject to the principles of justification and optimization for the protection of exposed individuals. Medical X-ray accounts for the largest exposure of humans to man-made ionizing radiation. Exposure of individuals can lead to long-term stochastic effects. Over exposure of humans in interventional procedures can also lead to deterministic effects such as skin burns in the short term. Even ...
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ABSTRACT This study was carried out on the assessment of level of awareness of sickle cell disease: a case study of Ilaro. The study focused on pregnant women attending antenatal in Ilaro community, Ogun state. The study adopted a descriptive cross-sectional design and a self-designed questionnaire was the research instrument used for data collection. The researcher determined the sample size of 220 respondents for the study using Taro Yamane sample size formula. From the findings, the knowledge about sickle cell ...
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