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Health care An activity undertaken to prevent, improve, or stabilize a medical condition
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A total of 118 parent-adolescent dyads were eligible and randomly assigned to either the sexual health intervention (38 dyads), the alcohol prevention intervention (40 dyads), or control (40 dyads).
The county chief said that the programme seeks to reach 80 per cent of the residents in the next three months and shall focus on preventive care and promote health intervention.
That system is the one that has ensured that immunization reaches more people than any other health intervention. More than 80 percent of children worldwide - including many in the world's poorest countries and most challenging settings - now have access to routine vaccinations, which protect them against diseases like diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis.
Any public health intervention needs to have proven efficacy and acceptability but, eventually, how we live has to be our choice.
Given the paucity of information in VNRs and academic literature about UHC monitoring, we also analyzed the characteristics of peer-reviewed original research articles on health interventions in HICs to get an indication of aspects of research that are current and topical (namely, health intervention, dimensions of inequality and data sources).
Kamran Afridi said that internal audit, disciplinary actions, reward and punishment systems are in place in any organization for achieving desired results and polio programme is no exception as it is one of the biggest public health intervention where large number of human resource is involved.
The Department of Health (DOH) is looking into whether it should set up a dedicated mental health intervention program in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd), following cases of suicide among teachers reportedly due to stress at work.
The findings, all gathered from an exhaustive literature review, bolster the notion that public health intervention could block the tsunami of dementia cases that threatened to overwhelm the world's health care resources by 2050 , a doctor said at the conference.
And when it comes to immunity building of the child, breast milk in itself is one health intervention that needs to be placed alongside vaccination.
Earlier, Dr Betta Edu, Director General of the State Primary Healthcare Agency, said it had become customary for the state government to provide special health intervention targeted at mothers and children twice a year.
PESHAWAR -- Health Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in collaboration with WHO taking expertise of Women's Health Intervention and Development Initiative in Maternal Death Surveillance and Response (MDSR) System orientation session in MTI KTH for the first time in the province.
The sexual health intervention, designed to encourage adoption of PrEP, begins with a simple query: What is your ideal sex life?

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