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health intervention

Health care An activity undertaken to prevent, improve, or stabilize a medical condition
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Sandy Hook Promise applauds the Senators for their focus on mental health intervention at the federal level and will support them in getting this legislation through the Senate.
1 Compared with peers who received a general health intervention unrelated to sexual risks, men who received the HIV risk-reduction intervention had 30% higher odds of having consistently used condoms during vaginal intercourse and 40% higher odds of having used them at last vaginal intercourse.
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Director Programme Division UNICEF, Christian Salazar thanked the Minister for fully owning the new health intervention that was ensuring all EPI services to the people saying that without commitment and determination of government, the success of any programme remains elusive.
This paper presents a critical account of the delivery of a male targeted health intervention to men attending a large rugby league stadium.
24, 2011 (TAP) - Measures designed to step up means of health intervention at the border cross point of Ras Jedir since the outbreak of the events in Libya, have been taken by the Public Health Ministry.
But the selection of a vaccination campaign may not have been mere happenstance, just another case example of the increasing use of a health intervention to advance a specific national security objective.
The minister said that 'every health intervention should be a public health intervention' ensuring those potentially at risk of a stroke received the necessary checks and monitoring of blood pressure and pulse rate.
Louise Potvin points to the need for defining "what methods are recognized as valid by the community of population health intervention researchers?
The essence of any health intervention, treatment or consultation is trust.
A study conducted in Taiwan, which is the first to use an educational policy as a public vision health intervention, finds that when children are required to spend recess time outdoors, their risk of nearsightedness is reduced.
In addition, to be truly effective, a population health intervention would reduce risk exposure in successive cohorts of people within the setting(s) under investigation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, which features real stories from former smokers and people exposed to secondhand smoke, spent $480 per smoker who quit and $393 per year of life saved, found the study, which noted that a common threshold for determining the cost-effectiveness of a public health intervention is $50,000 per year of life saved.

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