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1. ABORTION LEGALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON SEXUAL PRACTICES OF YOUTHS: A STUDY OF FCT RESIDENTS

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Pregnancy is the common name for gestation in humans. It is the development of one or more offspring, known as an embryo or fetus in the uterus (Truffers, 2003). Pregnancy usually lasts for about nine (9) months in human beings. At this stage the embryo is developing offspring during the first 8 weeks following conception, and subsequently the term fetus is used until child birth. In many societies, medical or legal defini...

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2. ASSESSMENT OF MALARIA AND TYPHOID COINFECTION AMONG INDIVIDUALS ATTENDING TELA PHCC IN GASSOL LGA TARABA STATE

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    1. Background of the study

Malaria is an acute febrile illness caused by Plasmodium parasites, which are spread to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles Mosquito. Malaria has been the focus of multiple declarations, and a range of targets have been set since the beginning of the millennium this is because approximately half of the world population is at risk of malaria.(WHO, 201...

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3. AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION ON EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AS A BIRTH CONTROL METHOD AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Breastfeeding is the process of feeding an infant mother's milk, either through direct nipple-baby mouth contact or by expressed breast milk. Breast milk is classified into two types: colostrum, which is the initial yellowish and sticky milk produced from the mother's breasts from 37 weeks of gestation to about seven days after delivery, and mature milk, which is whitish in color and is produced effectively from a...

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4. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEALTH CARE SYSTEM ACCESSIBILITY

46 Student Researchers Qualitative

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Kenya's population is rapidly increasing, yet more than half of the country's people are poor (Tumbo-Oeri, 2000). People who live in poverty do not have enough money to meet their fundamental necessities of food, drink, and shelter. As a result, these are the ones that rely on government health-care subsidies the most. Unfortunately, they encounter several impediments to getting health care and, as a result, typically...

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5. A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE AVAILABILITY OF RADIOLOGY SERVICES IN HEALTH FACILITIES IN NIGERIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background Of The Study

The riches of a country is its health. Citizens' health is directly or indirectly tied to how productive a nation will be in terms of manpower and concerns relating to wealth creation. Furthermore, health is intimately related to the amount of medical infrastructure development, as well as how the infrastructure is used to bridge the gap between the affluent and the poor, as well as to boost productivity (Rathi, Agrawal,...

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6. FACTOR'S AFFECTING UTILIZATION OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The goal of primary health care (PHC) was to provide accessible health for all by the year 2000 and beyond. Unfortunately, this is yet to be achieved in Nigeria and seems to be unrealistic in the next decade. The PHC aims at providing people of the world with the basic health services. Though PHC centers were established in both rural and urban areas in Nigeria with the intention of equity and easy access, regrettably, the rural populations i...

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7. FEVER AS A PREDICTOR FOR MALARIA INFECTION AMONG INDIVIDUALS ATTENDING KOFAI PHCC IN ARDO-KOLA LGA TARABA STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF STUDY

Malaria is a life threatening parasitic disease transmitted by female Anopheles mosquitoes. In Nigeria, malaria is responsible for around 60% of the out-patient visits to health facilities, 30% of childhood death, 25% of death in children under one year and 11% of maternal deaths (National Population Commission, 2008; Noland et al., 2014). Similarly, about 70% of pregnant women suffer from malaria, which contributes to maternal anemia, low birth...

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8. INVESTIGATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH(OSH) COMPLIANCE LEVEL IN ADDRESSING COVID 19 PANDEMIC IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In December 2019, the global population will be awoken to an outbreak of a disease known as Coronavirus disease 2019. (abbreviated as COVID-19). The disease is an infectious disease caused by the coronavirus that causes extreme acute respiratory syndrome. The COVID-19 virus has spread to over 196 countries and territories on all seven continents. Since then, a concerted effort has been made to halt the spread of the virus, which is thought to...

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9. KNOWLEDGE ON CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Anaemia describes a situation in which there is a reduction of haemoglobin concentration in the blood of pregnant women to a level below 11g/dl. Anaemia is one of the most common nutritional deficiency diseases observed globally and affects more than a quarter of the world’s population (1). Globally, anaemia affects 1.62 billion people (25%), among which 56 million are pregnant women (4...

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10. OBESITY AND IT IMPLICATIONS AMONG RURAL ADULT

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In affluent societies, obesity is the most common nutritional disorder. Obesity is a condition characterized by an abnormally excessive level of body fat (Edinburgh 1995). It is defined as abnormal adipose tissue growth caused by fat cell enlargement (hypertrophic obesity) or an increase in the number of fat cells (hyperplastic obesity) or a combination of the two (Park 2004). Excess fat accumulates as a result of an imbalance in energy intake and expenditure. Obesity's importance cannot...

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11. AN ANALYSIS OF AMBIENT AIR POLLUTION AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

46 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background to the study

Brunekreef and Holgate (2002), Künzli et al. (2000), and Pope et al. (2002) all have considerable evidence that ambient air pollution has an impact on human health. The majority of research has focused on how air pollution affects adult mortality and respiratory illness (Dockery et al. 1993; Schwartz and Marcus 1990). Some age groups, however, appear to be more vulnerable than others. It has been demonstrated, for exampl...

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12. AN EXAMINATION OF THE ACCESSIBILITY, USE, MISUSE, AND EFFECTS OF COMBINED ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES AMONG WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Family planning and contraception are among the major topics being debated throughout the world. The production of as many offspring as possible was a major objective in early human cultures. Today, however, only a few cultures can afford this viewpoint, leading to growing efforts to control and regulate their families' birth rates, which Nigeria is no exception to. The detrimental effects of a high fertility rate on wome...

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13. INVESTIGATION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH(OSH) COMPLIANCE LEVEL IN ADDRESSING COVID 19 PANDEMIC IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In December 2019, the global population will be awoken to an outbreak of a disease known as Coronavirus disease 2019. (abbreviated as COVID-19). The disease is an infectious disease caused by the coronavirus that causes extreme acute respiratory syndrome. The COVID-19 virus has spread to over 196 countries and territories on all seven continents. Since then, a concerted effort has been made to halt the spread of the virus, wh...

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14. KNOWLEDGE ON CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Anaemia describes a situation in which there is a reduction of haemoglobin concentration in the blood of pregnant women to a level below 11g/dl. Anaemia is one of the most common nutritional deficiency diseases observed globally and affects more than a quarter of the world’s population (1). Globally, anaemia affects 1.62 billion people (25%), among which 56 million are pregnant women (4...

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15. OBESITY AND IT IMPLICATIONS AMONG RURAL ADULT

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In affluent societies, obesity is the most common nutritional disorder. Obesity is a condition characterized by an abnormally excessive level of body fat (Edinburgh 1995). It is defined as abnormal adipose tissue growth caused by fat cell enlargement (hypertrophic obesity) or an increase in the number of fat cells (hyperplastic obesity) or a combination of the two (Park 2004). Excess fat accumulates as a result of an imbalanc...

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16. ASSESSMENT OF MALARIA AND TYPHOID COINFECTION AMONG INDIVIDUALS ATTENDING TELA PHCC IN GASSOL LGA TARABA STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Malaria is an acute febrile illness caused by Plasmodium parasites, which are spread to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles Mosquito. Malaria has been the focus of multiple declarations, and a range of targets have been set since the beginning of the millennium this is because approximately half of the world population is at risk of malaria.(WHO, 2015). According to  Ukaegbu et al., (2014), Malaria is a life threaten...

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17. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOURCES OF WATER AND WATER BORNE DISEASES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the Study

Water is an essential substance in human life as it is used for various purposes sucg as drunking washing cooking. Human noroviruses cause the most gastrointestinal illness in all regions of the world, with the vast majority thought to be acquired via person-to-person and then by food (Ahmed et al., 2014) given the predominance of genogroup II strains implicated. In waterborne cases, genogroup I is normally implicated (Mathew...

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18. FACTOR'S AFFECTING UTILIZATION OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The goal of primary health care (PHC) was to provide accessible health for all by the year 2000 and beyond. Unfortunately, this is yet to be achieved in Nigeria and seems to be unrealistic in the next decade. The PHC aims at providing people of the world with the basic health services. Though PHC centers were established in both rural and urban areas in Nigeria with the intention of equity and easy access, regrettably, the ru...

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19. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON HEALTH EDUCATION INTERVENTION ON MALARIA PREVENTION IN COMMUNITIES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

The study concludes that health education intervention has improved the knowledge of the mothers about the various malaria prevention strategies among the nursing mothers with non-significant change in attitude.

Caregivers acted promptly after the onset of fever. Among those that acted, only 48(32%) took an appropriate action, either tepid sponging the child or giving an analgesic. There was statistically significant relationship bet...

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20. ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF OBESITY AMONG RURAL ADULT

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In affluent societies, obesity is the most common nutritional disorder. Obesity is a condition characterized by an abnormally excessive level of body fat (Edinburgh 1995). It is defined as abnormal adipose tissue growth caused by fat cell enlargement (hypertrophic obesity) or an increase in the number of fat cells (hyperplastic obesity) or a combination of the two (Park 2004). Excess fat accumulates as a result of an imbalanc...

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21. AWARENESS OF THE USE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF MALARIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background To the study

The vast majority of malaria deaths occur in Africa, south of the Sahara, where malaria also presents major obstacles to social and economic development. Malaria has been estimated to cost Africa more than US$ 12 billion every year in lost GDP, even though it could be controlled for a fraction of that sum.

There are at least 300 million acute cases of malaria each year globally resulting in more than a million death...

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22. EXAMINATION OF THE OMICRON VARIANT OF COVID-19 IN NIGERIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

As the world grapple with the emergence of the new COVID-19 variant, researchers have equally expressed serious concern about the impact of this new strain. Scientists working at the South African National Institute for Communicable Disease confirmed this new B.1.1.529 variant of SARS-CoV-2 to the World Health Organization, which WHO later named OMICRON and subsequently declared VARIANT OF CONCERN[7]. Omicron presents unique features such as a...

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23. INVESTIGATION OF COMMUTERS AS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO THE SPREAD OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN PUBLIC PLACES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

Movement is associated with the spread of disease in many ways. One way in which travel helps communicable diseases to spread is by the introduction of a new microorganism into a new geographic area (Whitty, Ansah 2019).

A novel pathogen entering a population with no previous experience of this microbe causes the most severe disease. Microbes that cause mostly asymptomatic and mild infections spread the infection widely and thus...

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24. THE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF MALARIA PREVENTION AMONG CAREGIVERS OF PATIENTS ADMITTED TO STATE HOSPITAL, OTA OGUN STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

Malaria is caused by four different protozoa in the plasmodium genus: either Plasmodium Vivax, which is more prevalent in low endemic areas, Plasmodium ovale, Plasmodium malaria, and the Plasmodium falciparum, the most dangerous of the four. The Plasmodium falciparum has a life cycle in the mosquito vector and also in the human host. The anopheles gambiae mosquito is the vector responsible for the transmission of malaria. The prevalence of mal...

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25. CULTURAL BELIEFS AND GENDER DYNAMICS OF PMTCT SERVICES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out on cultural beliefs and gender dynamics of PMTCT services among pregnant women. To achieve this, three significant research objectives were formulated. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of married men and women in Agbogugu community, Enugu State. In determining the sample size, the researcher conveniently selected...

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26. ASSESSMENT OF COVID-19 SAFETY COMPLIANCE LEVEL OF TRADERS IN WUSE MARKET, ABUJA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

This study delves into the investigation of the covid-19 safety compliance level among Wuse Market Traders in Abuja.The survey research design was used for the study. Convenience sampling was used in the study as the researcher purposively selected one hundred and thirty-seven (137) traders in Wuse Market Abuja. Data was presented and analyzed using frequency and tables. Findings from the study reveals that wuse market was shut down because...

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27. ASSESSING THE COVID-19 SAFETY COMPLIANCE LEVEL IN HEALTHCARE SECTOR

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ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to assess the covid-19 safety compliance level in healthcare sector using General Hospital, Offa, Kwara State as a case study. Specifically, the study was aimed at examining the different established covid-19 safety measures; investigate  the various  covid-19 safety measures healthcare sectors comply on; and determine the level of covid-19 safety compliance among health sectors. The study...

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28. EVALUATING THE KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS TOWARD HIV INFECTED PATIENTS

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ABSTRACT

In most communities, the first level of healthcare visit is usually the community pharmacies hence, has the chance to detect HIV for the provision of early intervention for HIV services. Consequently, if access to HIV care, treatment and prevention services is enhanced at the level of community pharmacies, the burden of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria will be reduced significantly. The study assessed the knowledge of community pharmacists regarding HIV...

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29. EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AND PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to examine examine the exclusive breastfeeding and prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV among pregnant women, using Lagos State College of Health Technology, Lagos state as case study. Specifically, the study aimed at evaluating the extent exclusive breastfeeding is in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 infection as compared to exclusive formula feeding and/ or mixed fee...

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30. FACTORS AFFECTING FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES IN RURAL AREAS AMONG WOMEN(A CASE STUDY OF NSIT IBOM)

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The empowerment and autonomy of women to enable them to take active part in their child-bearing decisions, decide as to when to marry and give birth and either to space or limit their births have been given much prominence at major international and national seminars and conferences on population, women and Development over the years. This study this assess the child bearing decisions made by women in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. &nbs...

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31. FACTORS AFFECTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IMMUNIZATION

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This study examined the factors affecting the implementation of immunization. This study investigated the factors affecting the implementation of immunization in Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. It was  carried out in the four regions (north, south, east and west) of the local government area. The study employed a cross-sectional study and a semi- structured interview administered questionnaire to obtain the data. Th...

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32. FACTORS AFFECTING UTILIZATION OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES

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ABSTRACT

This study was carried out on the factors affecting utilization of health care services using Guma Local Government Area of Benue State as case study. To achieve this 3 research questions were formulated.  The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of all the residents in Guma Local Government Area of Benue State. In determining the sample size,...

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33. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF MATERNITY SERVICES

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ABSTRACT

The maternal mortality ratio and other maternal health indicators are worse for developing countries than for the developed world due to improved access to quality care during pregnancy and especially at delivery in the industrialized world. This study was carried out to identify the factors which influenced choice of place of delivery by pregnant women in Enugu, southeastern Nigeria, and to recommend ways to improve women’s access to...

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34. FACTORS INFLUENCING CHILDBEARING WOMEN’S CHOICE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES

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People in poor countries tend to have less access to health services than those in better-off countries, and within countries, the poor have less access to health services. This study documents disparities in access to health services in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), using a framework incorporating quality, geographic accessibility, availability, financial accessibility, and acceptability of services. Whereas the poor in LM...

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35. EFFECT OF HAND WASHING ON THE PREVENTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

Hand washing is one of the most important aspects of preventing diseases in our country Nigeria; thousands of lives have been lost as a result of diseases caused by in adequate washing of hands. Hand washing or hygiene is the act of cleaning hand with the use of water and soap or other liquid for the purpose of removing soil, dust and or micro-organisms (Centre for Disease Control and Prevention) (CDC) (2013).

CDC (...

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36. A SURVEY ON PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE IN THE TRANSMISSION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Akerman (2001) defines personal hygiene as "practices that an individual engages in to maintain their body health and well-being via cleanliness." While many people equate hygiene with "cleanliness," hygiene is a wide concept that incorporates personal behaviors such as how regularly one should bathe, wash their hands, trim their fingernails, and change their wardrobe. Includes maintaining a pathogen-free...

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37. DETTOL PRODUCTION

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INTRODUCTION

Dettol is the trade name for a line of hygiene products manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser. It has been in use since before the 1980s (Devane, Nicol, Ball, et al 2021). Antiseptics anti, “against” “putrefactive are antimicrobial substances that are applied to living tissue/skin to reduce the possibility of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction (European Food Safety Authority 2022). Antiseptics are generally distinguished fr...

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38. A STATISTICAL REVIEW OF MALARIA CASES AMONG CHILDREN AND ADULT

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Background of the study

The Malaria remains one of the most serious global health problems. There are an estimated one million deaths each year, with nearly seventy five percent (75%) occurring in children living in sub-Saharan Africa. The history of malaria stretches from its prehistoric origin as a zoometric disease in the primates of Akwa-ibom through to the twenty first (21st) Century. The name malaria was derived from two Latin words “mal” &ldq...

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39. NIGERIA’S NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME: Prospects and Challenges

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Background Of Study

Since 1981, when the Nigerian Medical Association conducted a meeting in Calabar and Dr. E.M Umez Sroums gave aa presentation on "National health insurance" A realistic approach to health care finance in a developing country, the Nigerian government has had a national health insurance programme. According to what he said, there has been an increasing demand for a national health insurance programme in Nigeria. This iss...

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40. ANALYSIS OF BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN AND THEIR ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

INTRODUCTION

UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) is a prevalent health issue among pregnant women (Saidi et al ,2015). Due to a variety of causes including as ureteral dilatation, increased bladder volume, and reduced bladder tone, this normally begins in week 6 and peaks between weeks 22 and 24 of pregnancy. In addition to reduced ureteral tone, which leads to urine stasis and ureterovesical reflux (chaliha et al, 2002). Glyucosuria affects up to 70% of pregnant women, a...

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41. ANALYSIS ON DETERMINANTS OF MATERNAL MORTALITY IN GENERAL HOSPITAL

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​​​​​​​BACKGROUND OF STUDY

The ever-increasing focus on enhancing women's reproductive health on a worldwide scale has resulted in an increased need for research, particularly in the field of maternal health. Since the late 1980s, the issue of maternal health, which is defined as the physical well-being of a woman during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. According to Audu, Tukai,& Bukar (2017), opined that mortalit...

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42. ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE, AWARENESS OF RADIATION EXPOSURE AND SAFETY PRACTICE AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING MEDICAL IMAGING IN HOSPITALS

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

In modern medicine, the use of X-rays in imaging modalities such as Computed Tomography (CT scans) and mammography to diagnose injury and illness is on the rise. The biological effects of ionizing radiations are of concern in this case, as evidence suggests that medical applications of radiations are harmful (Craig 2016). Patients and the community, according to neuroradiologist Mark Pfleger (http://healthyoutlook.dephealth.com, 2...

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43. ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND THE UTILIZATION OF TRADITIONAL HERBS IN THE TREATMENT OF MALARIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Malaria is a potentially fatal disease that is spread from person to person by the bite of an infected female Anopheles mosquito, as stated by the World Health Organization (WHO) (2019). Malaria is caused by parasites that are passed on to humans via the bites of infected female mosquitoes. According to the World Malaria Report 2018, fifteen countries in sub-Saharan Africa and India were responsible for almost 80% of t...

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44. ATTITUDE OF HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF PATIENT INFORMATION

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Background of the study

In recent years, the proliferation of information and communication technologies (ICT) has spread its tentacles into almost every sector of society, one of which is the medical sector. In recent years, information and communication technology (ICT) has seen broad adoption and use, which has caused it to penetrate almost every element of human and organizational life, including the healthcare business (Powell, Darvell, & G...

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45. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE STIGMATIZATION OF MENTALLY CHALLENGED INDIVIDUALS AMONG RESIDENTS IN EKPOMA ESAN WEST LGA EDO STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Mental health and behavioural disorders constitute about 12% of the global burden of diseases (World Health Organization (WHO), 2001) and over 450 million people suffer from mental and behavioural disorders worldwide (Gureje, 2005; WHO, 2001). About 2%–3% of the Nigerian population suffer severe mental illness that is commonly stigmatized (Omigbodun, 2001).

Stigma associated with mental illness cuts acr...

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46. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE UTILIZATION OF MATERNAL HEALTH CARE CENTERS, A CASE STUDY OF JABI VILLAGE FCT ABUJA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background Of The Study

In the child of bringing new life into the world, childbearing is one of the perilous activities that women participate in. It is often accompanied with complications that may result in morbidity, disability, and death. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than half a million women die annually as a result of reproduction, with 99 percent of these fatalities occurring in underdeveloped nations. Sub-Saharan...

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47. COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES USED BY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE OFFICIALS IN THE EFFORT TO ERADICATE POLIO (A CASE STUDY OF BAUCHI METROPOLIS)

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the Study

The eradication of polio has been hailed as one of the 20th century's greatest successes in primary health care and is universally regarded as a beneficial and cost-effective public health policy (CDC, 2022). Vaccination against polio and other communicable disease is believed to prevent more than three million cases of polio-related infant mortality annually (WHO, 2022; Bosch-Capblanch, Banerjee & Burton, 2022)....

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48. IMPACT OF STRESS ON PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN BODY USING GENERAL HOSPITAL SABON TASHA, KADUNA STATE AS A CASE STUDY

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Any circumstance, whether it be physical or mental, that poses a stress to the body's ability to keep its homeostasis in a stable state is said to be stressful (Martini, Ober, Nath, Bartholomew & Petti, 2015). When defining stress, the biopsychosocial model distinguishes between three distinct aspects: the external element, the internal element, and the interaction between these two variables. These elements are as follows: The exteri...

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49. ASSESSING THE USE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN THE TREATMENT OF MALARIA AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF TJHE STUDY

Malaria is a potentially fatal parasite illness spread by female Anopheles mosquitos. Malaria is responsible for approximately 60% of out-patient visits to health institutions in Nigeria, 30% of paediatric fatalities, 25% of deaths in infants under one year old, and 11% of maternal mortality (National Population Commission, 2008; Noland et al., 2016). Similarly, Okonofua (2017) opined that malaria affects around 70...

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50. INVESTIGATION INTO THE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF COVID-19 AMONG ALVAN IKOKU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the study

Etymologically, Coronavirus (COVID-19) are positive-sense, single stranded RNA viruses and its diameters is 60 nm to140 nm with spike like projection on it’s around which giving it a crown like appearance. Their viral is RNA genomic and their ranges from 26 to 32 kilobases in length. COVID-19 belongs to the Nidovirales order which includes Roniviridae, Arteriviridae, and Coronaviridae families. The Coronviridae family i...

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51. KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TOWARDS PERSONAL HYGIENE IN IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY OKADA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the Study

Students have a unique challenge when it comes to maintaining good personal hygiene due to the fact that they spend the majority of their time in close quarters with other people at institutions of higher education such as schools, colleges, and universities. The transmission of infections to students can increase the likelihood that those students will skip school, which can then have a negative impact on their ability to pe...

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52. KNOWLEDGE AND PREVENTIVE PRACTICES OF LASSA FEVER AMONG MOTHERS ATTENDING PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTER IN OWO, ONDO STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In Nigeria, epidemiological reporting to the country's health authorities is being done on a weekly basis for a number of different diseases, including lassa fever. Over the years, reports indicated that the epidemiological pattern was shifting quite quickly (Ogbu, Ajuluchukwu and Uneke, 2007). Mortality and morbidity are both caused by it in areas where outbreaks occur, which includes Nigeria, the country in which it was...

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53. KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND ACCEPTANCE OF FAMILY PLANNING PRACTICE AMONG MARRIED MEN IN OKU CLAN IN UYO LGA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

Family planning among couples is a topic that is rarely talked about as the practice is less likely to be supported by the male counterpart. Family planning practices help individuals or couples to avoid unwanted pregnancies, regulate the intervals between pregnancies, control the time of birth in relation to the age of the parents and determine the number of children in the family (Reshma 2015). Though contraceptive use has...

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54. KNOWLEDGE PRACTICE AND OUTCOME OF IMMUNIZATION OF UNDER FIVE CHILDREN AMONG MOTHERS ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Immunization is a process in which a person is protected against or made resistant to an infectious disease, and it often involves the injection of a vaccine. This protection or resistance is delivered to the individual. Vaccines work by revving up the immune system of the body, which then helps to protect the individual from any illnesses or diseases that may follow. One of the most successful and cost-effective public healt...

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55. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND ACCEPTANCE OF COVID-19 VACCINE IN IJAURO YINU WARD, ARDO-KOLA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

The Covid-19 pandemic, which had a catastrophic effect on a worldwide scale, prompted the necessity for pandemic control techniques that included mitigation strategies. The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona Virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the causative agent of the illness known as the Corona virus illness (SARS-CoV-2) (COVID-19). The SARS-CoV-2 virus was discovered for the first time in late 2019 in Wuhan, which is located in...

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56. NUTRITIONAL PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES AMONG DIABETES PATIENTS IN LAUTECH TEACHING HOSPITAL OGBOMOSO OYO STATE

46 Educators Quantitative

Background Of The Study

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a chronic disorder that is not only assuming pandemic proportions worldwide but also poised to affect the developing countries of the world much more than their developed counterparts. The world prevalence is estimated to increase from 425 million people in 2017 to 629 million by 2045[1], and in Africa, the number of people with diabetes will increase from 14.2 million in 2015 to 34.2 million in 2040...

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57. PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF MEN TOWARDS INFERTILITY AMONG INDIVIDUALS IN THE COMMUNITY

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background Of The Study

Reproduction is known as an essential human desire so that infertility may cause a great deal of psychosocial impairment [Khodakarami, and Hashemi, 2009]. According to WHO, infertility is defined as a disease of the reproductive system in which pregnancy does not occur after 1 year of continued intercourse [Masearenhas, and Flaxma, 2012]. Infertility is considered as a global concern which affects many aspects of life in both...

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58. PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR AFFECTING HEALTH PROMOTION IN DELTA STATE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Health, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), is not only the absence of disease or the capability to carry out daily tasks without difficulty but rather a condition that encompasses one's whole mental, emotional, and social well-being. In recent years, this vocabulary has evolved to include a broader range of capabilities, including the capacity to successfully navigate one's social and economic environm...

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59. QUALITY CARE: A TOOL IN ENHANCING PATIENT INFLOW IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Primary health care is often regarded as the most cost-effective method for providing essential health services, such as maternity and infant mortality reduction (Olusegun 2019). According to Hamilton (2018), primary health care "addresses the community's fundamental health concerns by providing promotive, preventative, curative, and rehabilitative treatments; it depends on health professionals, including doctors, nu...

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60. ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN HEALTHCARE DELIVERY: A CASE STUDY OF AWKA SOUTH LGA 2013 -2021

46 Educators Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Local governments have the health to be an effective instrument for rural change and the delivery of social services, such as the delivery of medical care. This is due to the proximity of local governments to the general populace as well as the relative ease with which the general populace may connect with the local authority. The presence of a system of local councils that are democratically elected is guaranteed by the cons...

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61. SANITATION PRACTICES AND IT'S IMPLICATION ON THE HEALTH OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

When it comes to preserving people's health, sanitation refers to both the policy and the practice of using sanitary practices. The World Health Organization (WHO), in their publication from 2014, defines sanitation as "the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urine and feces." It has come to everyone's attention that enhancing sanitation is recognized to have a significant inf...

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62. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIETARY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (AS PART OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE) AIMED AT REDUCING OBESITY PREVALENCE AMONGST ADULTS

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Obesity, a global health concern, is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) greater than or equal to 30 kilograms per square meter (kg/m2). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2014, 1.9 billion adults were overweight (i.e., had a BMI of 25–30 kg/m2) while 600 million were obese (i.e., had a BMI of 30 kg/m2 or more). In addition, about 41 million children under age 5 years were considered overweight o...

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63. THE IMPACT OF HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME ON THE AGED CITIZENS OF NIGERIA

46 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background Of The Study

Health services are deemed unsatisfactory and inadequate in addressing the public's requirements and demands, as evidenced by the population's poor health (FMOH, 2022). It is plausible to assert that some of the fatalities and major diseases that occur among Nigerians are attributable to situations for which easy solutions exist. Lack of prompt and effective care frequently heightens the risk of significant consequenc...

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64. DIABETES: A LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN NIGERIA

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DIABETES: A LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN NIGERIA, HOW HEALTH WORKER THROUGH EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROMOTION COULD INCREASE DIABETES AWARENESS AMONG NIGERIANS

 

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to examine diabetes: a leading causes of death in Nigeria, how he...

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65. THE ATTITUDE OF ILLITERATE WOMEN TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING

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This study was carried out to examine the attitude of illiterate women towards family planning in Kwande Local Government Area of Benue State. Specifically, the study  Determine the attitude of illiterate women towards family planning in Shangev-Ya district in Kwande local government area. The study employed the survey descriptive research design. A total of 77 responses were validated from the survey. The study adopted the theory of reasoned action an...

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66. DRUGS AND ALCOHOLISM AMONG CAB RIDERS IN FCT ABUJA: A STUDY OF NUTRW BRANCH OF APO LEGISLATIVE QUARTERS

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This study was carried out on drugs and alcoholism among cab riders in FCT Abuja, using NUTRW branch of Apo legislative quarters as a case study. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprised of cab riders and administrative officers in NUTRW branch of Apo legislative quarters. In determining the sample size, the researcher purposefully selec...

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67. EFFECT OF ADOLESCENTS’ PERCEPTION AND AWARENESS OF HIV/AIDS ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR

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This study was carried out on the effect of adolescents’ perception and awareness of HIV/AIDS on sexual behaviour using some selected senior secondary schools in Surulere local government area of Lagos State as a case study. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of students and teachers of the selected secondary schools in S...

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68. EFFECT OF BARRENNESS AND IT’S IMPLICATIONS ON MARITAL PROBLEM AMONG WOMAN ATTENDING GYNECOLOGICAL CLINIC AT SPECIALIST HOSPITAL BAUCHI

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This study was carried out to assess the effect of barrenness and it’s implications on marital problem among woman attending gynecological clinic at specialist hospital Bauchi. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of women attending gynecological clinic at specialist hospital Bauchi. In determining the sample size, t...

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69. EFFECT OF HOME DELIVERY ON MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH OUTCOME AMONG WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE IN OWO, ONDO STATE

46 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out on the effect of home delivery on maternal and child health outcome among women of child bearing age in Owo, Ondo State. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of women of child bearing age in Owo, Ondo State. In determining the sample size, the researcher conveniently selected 70 respondents and all validated. Sel...

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70. INFLUENCE OF NIGERIAN TELEVISION AUTHORITY (N.T.A.) ENUGU IN IMPROVING RURAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES

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This study examines the influence of N.T.A Enugu in improving rural health care services in Ugwuaji community in carrying out this research both primary and secondary data were used and the researcher made use of sample size of 360 respondents across the local government area. Descriptive statistics were used and the findings showed that N.T.A play notable roles in improving rural health care services by informing the government on the poor...

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71. INVESTIGATION OF THE LEVEL OF COVID-19 SAFETY COMPLIANCE AMONG SMES IN NIGERIA

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The focus of this study is to investigate the Level of Covid-19 Safety Compliance among SMEs using Kilimanjaro Eatery and Pick n Pay less Supermarket in Porth Harcourt, River State as case study. Simple random sampling was used in the study as staffs Kilimanjaro and Pick n Pay-less form the population of the study....

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72. HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR INMATES OF THE NIGERIA PRISON: A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN PRISON SERVICE ADO EKITI

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This study presents a picture of what the Nigerian prison system and its administration look like in respect of health care delivery system. It is loathsome and disheartening to know that fellow human beings are subjected to inhumane treatment. Every prisoner regardless of his or her offence deserves a better treatment in whatever prison environment he or she finds himself or herself in respect of health facilities. Enough of seeing the pri...

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73. KNOWLEDGE ON THE STANDARD PRECAUTION ON TUBERCULOSIS AMONG PRIMARY HEALTH CARE WORKERS OF BOSSO LGA OF NIGER STATE

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This study investigates the role of public health workers in tuberculosis management and prevention. Two hundred and twenty nine (229) randomly selected (stratification) health workers were administered a 54-item questionnaire. The questionnaire comprised sections designed to provide relevant information of concern to the study such as knowledge of Tuberculosis infection prevention and control, practices and challenges. Results showed...

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74. NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEGDE AND PRACTICE AMONG EXPECTANT MOTHERS

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ABSTRACT

The interaction between a pregnant mother and her developing baby are numerous and varied ranging from the food she eats to the kicks of the baby that she feels. What the developing baby feeds on goes a long way in determining its state of health at birth. For a pregnant mother to eat healthfully, she needs to have adequate knowledge of the different component of food. But if the knowledge is not put in practice, it becomes meaningless.This...

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75. ORGANIZATION AND FINANCING OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS, ISSUES AND ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES

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The way a country finances its health care system is a critical determinant for reaching universal health coverage (UHC). This is so because it determines whether the health services that are available are affordable to those that need them. In Nigeria, the health sector is financed through different sources and mechanisms. The difference in the proportionate contribution from these stated sources determine the extent to which such health s...

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76. MALES INVOLVEMENT TOWARDS THE PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION SERVICES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

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This study was carried out to examine males involvement towards the prevention of mother to child transmission services among pregnant women. Specifically, the study examined  the extent of males involvement in  towards the prevention of mother to child transmission services among pregnant women.,  find out if male involvement affects the rate of prevention of mother to child transmission services among pregnant women,  ...

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77. THE IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE INSURANCE PLANS

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This study was carried out to examine the impact of health care insurance plans in Nigeria using Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) in Idi-Araba, Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos State, Nigeria as the case study. Specifically, the study was aimed at determining the impact health care insurance plan have on Nigerians; and to identify the relationship between health care and insurance plan. The study emplo...

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78. THE UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY BY MOTHERS IN ACCESSING MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH INFORMATION

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This study was carried out to examine the utilization of information communication and technology by mothers in accessing maternal and child health information with special reference to mother and child hospital. Specifically, the study aims at examining the methods mothers adopt in accessing MCH information using ICT, find out the challenges encountered by mothers in accessing MCH information using ICT and investigate the be...

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79. DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR POVERTY REDUCTION

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POVERTY REDUCTION

Abstract

This study examines the factors that associated with the decision of consulting medical treatment and the choice between health care service providers using primary data collected from Choba community, River state. While household level factors expected to affect the decision to consult medical treatment, patient and provider specific factors included as potential determinants of choice among different health ca...

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80. ARTHRITIS AND THE HEALTH OF THE AGED

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Work disability—a common outcome of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)—is a societal (for example, financial costs) and individual problem (for example, loss of status, income, social support, and distraction from pain and distress). Until now, factors that predict work disability in RA have not been systematically reviewed. To determine predictive factors of work disability in RA as reported in the literature. A systematic literature se...

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81. EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AND PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

46 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out to examine examine the exclusive breastfeeding and prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV among pregnant women, using Lagos State College of Health Technology, Lagos state as case study. Specifically, the study aimed at evaluating the extent exclusive breastfeeding is in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 infection as compared to exclusive fo...

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82. FACTORS AFFECTING FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES IN RURAL AREAS AMONG WOMEN(A CASE STUDY OF NSIT IBOM)

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The empowerment and autonomy of women to enable them to take active part in their child-bearing decisions, decide as to when to marry and give birth and either to space or limit their births have been given much prominence at major international and national seminars and conferences on population, women and Development over the years. This study this assess the child bearing decisions made by women in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. ...

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83. FACTORS AFFECTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IMMUNIZATION

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This study examined the factors affecting the implementation of immunization. This study investigated the factors affecting the implementation of immunization in Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. It was  carried out in the four regions (north, south, east and west) of the local government area. The study employed a cross-sectional study and a semi- structured interview administered questionnaire to obtain the data. The study populatio...

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84. FACTORS DETERMINING THE CHOICE OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES BY PREGNANT WOMEN

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The main aim of this study was to examine factors determining women’s preference for places to give birth in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. A quantitative and cross-sectional community based study design was employed. Data was collected using structured questionnaire administered to 901 women aged 15–49 years through a stratified two-stage cluster sampling technique. Multinomial logistic regression model was employed to identify predictors of delivery...

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85. STATISTICAL STUDY OF MALARIA CASES AMONG CHILDREN AND ADULT IN NIGERIA

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 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

In areas of stable malaria transmission, very young children and pregnant women are the population groups at highest risk for malaria morbidity and mortality. Most children experience their first malaria infections during the first year or two of life, when they have not yet acquired adequate clinical immunity – which makes these early years particularly dangerous. Ninety percent of all malaria deaths in Africa o...

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86. INTESTINAL PARASITES AMONG UNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS

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A study was conducted to determine the prevalence of intestinal parasites among pupils in Unity primary school in Oraifite, Ekwusigo Local Government Area, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria. Of the 462 surveyed pupils, 47.6% had parasitic infection. Seven intestinal parasites were isolated; Ascaris lumbricoides (12.8%), Hookworm (7.6%), Strongyloides stercoralis (4.8%), Trichuris trichiura (1.9%), Entamoeba histoly...

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87. KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION AMONG HEALTH WORKERS AND RESIDENT OF EGOR L.G.A IN EDO STATE, NIGERIA

46 Student Researchers

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Hospital acquired infections (HAIs) continue to be a threat to hospital admissions and workers thus contributing to mortalities and morbidities. Sophistication and type of services given by health facilities may determine health worker’s attitude towards combating these infections. The objective of this study is to compare knowledge, attitude and practice of HAIs among health workers at the three levels of health care in Nigeria, particularly the...

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88. LEVEL OF AWARENESS AND PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN NIGERIA(A CASE STUDY OF IBESIKPO-ASUTAN LGA)

46 Student Researchers

Abstract

The present study revealed that the prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women was 57% which is a severe public health problem. The foregoing discussion has indicated that anaemia during pregnancy is a result of many factors, including late pregnancy, lack of formal employment and economic autonomy, poor nutritional status and late ANC booking and not taking IFAS during the current pregnancy. All these factors lead to poor health condition of the pregnant w...

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89. LEXICO-SEMANTIC NIGERIANISM IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

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Abstract

The English language in Nigeria is older than the Nigerian nation. It was formally introduced in 1842 by the first batch of missionaries who arrived in Badagry to evangelize as well as educate Nigerians (Tomori, 1981). The study aims at highlighting the nature of lexico-semantic Nigerinism and some possible modifications or changes that have taken place in the lexico-semantic forms in Nigerian English and how they are used in Newspapers. The study stretche...

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90. MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF INVENTORY IN GOVERNMENT HEALTH INSTITUTION

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Abstract

Managing stock effectively is important for any organization, running a hospital is no exception because without enough stock, services to patients will come to a halt. Stock represents the largest single investment in assets for most organizations. Health facilities must provide 24 hour services and accordingly, the need to keep stocks of certain medicines and other medical supplies to be able to discharge their duties effectively. It is a generally held o...

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91. METHANE EMISSIONS FROM LANDFILLS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTION

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Abstract

This study was carried out on problems and solutions of methane emissions from landfills. Methane, one of the main greenhouse gases (GHGs), has been assessed to have 28 times the global warming potential (GWP) of carbon dioxide over a 100-year time horizon in the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). In municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills, methane is generated as a product of the anaerobic degradation of organic...

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92. NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME IN NIGERIA (Prospects And Problems)

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Abstract                                            

The intention of this research is to analyse the prospect and problems of National health Insurance scheme in Nigeria. Which will bring health care for all? In analyzing this topic I will give a b...

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93. NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of the study was to find out the difference between food nutrients status and the types given to Primary school pupils. To also identify the extent to which poor nutritional needs prevailed among pupils in Primary school so as to devise a means of improving the academic performance of pupils through identifying way of given pupils assistance for better performance. Essentially, the study was a survey research and the subject consisted of 100 pup...

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94. PERCEIVED EXERCISE AND RECREATION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC

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Abstract

This study assessed knowledge and attitude of pregnant women towards antenatal exercises (ANEx). Methods. The cross-sectional study recruited 189 pregnant women from six selected antenatal clinics in Ile-Ife, South-West, Nigeria. Data were obtained on maternal characteristics, knowledge, and attitude towards ANEx. Results. Relaxation and breathing (59.8%), back care (51.3%), and muscle strengthening (51.3%) exercises were the most commonly...

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95. PREGNANCY DURATION AND CHOICE OF ANTE-NATAL AND DELIVERY CARE

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ABSTRACT

Pregnancy duration and choice of care for maternal health are crucial primary health issues that the World Health Organization (WHO) keeps constant in the campaign for all round healthcare delivery for mother and child. To be sure, there is consensus on the need for optimal care for the mother and baby; this is believed to enhance the mother and child social development and biological growth and to reduce maternal and infant mortality and morbidity which ar...

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96. PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS VIRUS INFECTION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN

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Abstract

In this project a comprehensive analysis or discussion of the result is made. It gives a detailed analysis of the result of investigation done. The  blood sample of 200 (two hundred ) patient of the hospital that is national Orthopedic Hospital Enugu were tested. Of the tese, about 110 patients tested positive to Hepatitis B virus. The test done was a routine test in which HBsAg was screened for in the blood sampling the patients. This is usually the...

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97. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN NIGERIA: CRITICAL ISSUES AND STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING THE USE BY THE RURAL COMMUNITIES

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ABSTRACT

Quality health is a fundamental right of all Nigerian citizens. While primary health care (PHC) centers are relatively uniformly distributed throughout local government areas (LGAs) in Nigeria, the rural people tend to underuse the basic health services. This project aims at the primary health care in Nigeria critical issues and strategies for enhancing the use by rural communities.

in other to increase Capacity building and empowerment of communi...

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98. RELEVANCE OF TOOLS AND MACHINERY IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION . (A CASE STUDY OF SPDC PORT-HARCOURT

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ABSTARCT

This study was carried out on the relevance of tools and machinery in accident prevention using SPDC Port-Harcourt case study. To achieve this, 5 significant research objectives were formulated. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of staff of SPDC Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.In determining the sample size, the researcher conveniently selected 119respondents while 1...

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99. TEENAGE PREGNANCY AND HOW IT AFFECTS EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF OUR TEENAGERS

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ABSTRACT

The main concern of this study was to final out the teenage pregnancy and how it affects the educational development of our teenagers in Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna state. The study emphasized on the factor behind teenage pregnancy in the local government. The study revealed that teenage pregnancy is as a result of the following, teenage girls having relationship with older male counterparts, watching pornographic films without adult guidance, giv...

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100. THE CAUSES AND EFFECT OF CHOLERA DURING RAINY SEASON IN BENIN CITY

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ABSTRACT

This research work was designed to examine and analyze the causes and effect of cholera during rainy season in Benin City. Seven (7) research questions were formulated and questionnaires were administered to one hundred and fifty (150) respondents in order to gather data for the research. Results showed that poor environmental sanitation leads to cholera outbreak, washing of hands before eating help to prevent cholera outbreak, drinking and batting with con...

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101. THE RATE AND CAUSES OF INFANT MORTALITY

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Abstract

This study investigated the rate and causes of infant mortality. The study was carried out in Irrua Teaching Hospital, Edo state, Nigeria. A reconnaissance survey was carried out in order to identify the various locations of hospitals in the LGAs. During the reconnaissance survey, oral interviews were carried out on women of child bearing age. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the study area, with up to date medical records of infant and child...

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102. THE ROLE OF NURSES IN MANAGEMENT OF THYPHOID IN WEST AFRICA

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ABSTRACT

This study was carried out on the role of nurses in management of thyphoid in west Africa; Onikokoro Community, Olorunda Local Government, Ibadan Oyo State as case study. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of nurses in Onikokoro Community, Olorunda Local Government, Ibadan Oyo State. In determining the sample size, the researcher purposefully selected 113 responde...

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103. THE IMPACT OF CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS CONFRONTING INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION IN CARRYING OUT HUMANITARIAN AID

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ABSTRACT

The gap between the magnitude of humanitarian need and the global capacity to respond is massive and growing. Humanitarian crises directly affect more than 140 million people in 37 countries, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.The aim of this study was to examine the impact of challenges and limitations confronting international organization in carrying out humanitarian ai...

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104. THE ROLE OF FOOD SCIENCE IN HUMAN NUTRITION: A CASE STUDY OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN YOBE STATE  

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ABSTRACT

In a nutshell, food science is the scientific study of food from the period of harvesting, processing, storage and packaging. Human nutrition now is concerned with the utilization of this food in the human system. Because both cases are referring to food, it shows that both terms are inter-related. Actually, food science plays significant roles in human nutrition as it broadens our horizon on the foods we consume. Some of the roles of foods science in human...

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105. AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATION OF THE 18+ WARNING SIGN IN ALCOHOL, ADVERTISEMENTS

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ABSTRACT

Advertising has been identified as one of the factors that increase the likelihood of alcoholic beverage consumption especially among the youth (Alcohol Concern, 2013). Through the use of advertising execution techniques such as humour, celebrity endorsement and music, advertisers are able to embed images that resonate with vulnerable youths. In spite of the documented social and health repercussions of alcohol consumption and little knowledge of warning si...

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106. UTILIZATION OF ANTENATAL AND MATERNITY SERVICES BY MOTHERS SEEKING CHILD WELFARE SERVICES IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

 

 

 

This study aims to analyze the determinants of utilization of antenatal and maternal health care services among mothers seeking child welfare services with focus on the continuum of care for pregnant women during pregnancy and delivery, that is, the use of antenatal care services and skilled assistance during delivery. This study used data from 2008-09 N-DHS for women with a last birth in the five years pre...

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107. THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION ON THE ATTITUDES OF MOTHERS TOWARDS CHILDHOOD KILLER DISEASES AND NATIONAL PROGRAMME ON IMMUNIZATION

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ABSTRACT

The study attempted to investigate the the effect of communication on the attitudes of mothers towards childhood killer diseases and national programme on immunization in Nasarawa State. The study also reviewed relevant and extensive literatures under sub-headings. The descriptive research survey design was employed in this study in order to assess the opinions of the respondents with the application of questionnaire and the sampling technique. A total...

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108. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTIMICROBIAL STRENGTH OF THREE MOST COMMON ANTIBIOTICS USED IN ENUGU (CASE STUDY OF ANTIBIOTICS DRUGS BROUGHT IN OBIAGU.)

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ABATRACT

 

In comparing the antimicrobial strength of three most common antibiotics, which includes: streptomycin chloranphenicol and gentarccin.

Samples of urine and high vaginal swab (H.V.S) were collected from park lane Enugu. The organisms isolated were pure culture of staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli

Sensitivity test was carried out with  the use of sensitivity disk containing various minimum in...

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109. KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE OF NURSING MOTHERS TOWARDS IMMUNIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF AJEGUNLE HEALTH, IKORODU, LAGOS STATE)

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The study knowledge attitudes of nursing mothers towards immunization aimed at evaluating the to determine the importance of immunization on the well being of nursing mothers, to examine the relationship between immunization and the level of immunity of the nursing mothers, to examine the role of immunization in curbing minor diseases among nursing mothers, to investigate on the factors affecting effective immunization processes in Nigeria. Various literatu...

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110. ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF GROUND WATER (BOREHOLE AND WELL WATER) AND ITS HEALTH IMPLICATIONS

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The quality of water sources and its potential health implications to health populations of respective major communities in Warri metropolis was assessed. Water samples (n D 10/water source/site) were collected from three (Uvwie, Udu and Effurun) communities and heavy metal concentrations (Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Chromium (Cr), Manganese (Mn), Nickel (Ni), Copper (Cu), Cobalt (Co), and Zinc (Zn)) were evaluated using Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS). O...

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111. PRACTICE OF PERSONEL HYGIENE KNOWLEDGE AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

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The purpose of the study was to find out the basic personal hygiene knowledge and practices among primary school children in OredoLocal Government Area of Edo State. To determine that basic hygiene refers to practices that help to maintain health and prevent the spread of diseases. In carrying out the study, the questionnaire method was used to determine the basic personal hygiene knowledge and practices among primary school children in OredoLocal Gover...

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112. ILLICIT USE OF TOXIC DRUGS AMONG YOUTHS IN THE FCT ABUJA.

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According to World Health Organization (WHO), substance abuse refers to the harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs. Psychoactive substance use can lead to dependence syndrome which is a continuous, repeated and persistent use of the substance despite its harmful consequences; leading to a high priority being given to the use of the substance to the deterrent of other activities and obligations (WHO, 2014). the study aims to...

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113. AN ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE IN THE TRANSMISSION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

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The primary objective of this study is to examine personal and environmental hygiene in the transmission of communicable diseases. Determine the prevalence of communicable diseases in Kabba Local Government Area in Kogi State. The research adopted a descriptive survey design was employed to assess the opinions of the respondents. A total of 150 participant were selected from Kabba Local Government Area in Kogi State.  Well structured questionnaire was...

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114. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH HAWKED SUYA-MEAT IN ENUGU METROPOLIS

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This project work was carried on the isolation and characterization of pathogenic bacteria from hawked suya meat. Suya meat were bought from the sellers and was collected in raps of aluminum foil. It was then taken to the laboratory for analysis. The sample was homogenized then pipette using 5ml sterile pipette and test tube. The dilution were then cultured on different media, MacConkey agar, Nutrient agar and blood agar then incubated at 370C  for 24...

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115. A REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF PER CAPITA INCOME ON THE HEALTH CARE COST (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF UYO TEACHING HOSPITAL)

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Health challenge has been identified as one of the major challenge of man after Food and security. People want to live healthy because it is the foundation for effective and efficient growth. Several governments and administration has in one way or the other given premium to health but it is yet to meet the numerous demands as the health of individuals keep failing due to so many factors. The health of individuals can be improved if the health care is affor...

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116. AWARENESS OF THE USE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF MALARIA (A CASE STUDY OF IFAKO IJAIYE LGA)  

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Environmental conditions play an important role in the transmission of malaria; therefore, regulating these conditions can help to reduce disease burden. Environmental management practices for disease control can be implemented at the community level to complement other malaria control methods. This study assesses current knowledge and practices related to mosquito ecology and environmental management for malaria control in a rural, agricultural region of L...

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117. CAUSES AND EFFECT OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AMONG YOUTH IN BENIN CITY: A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE

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This research work is essentially concerned with investigation of the causes and effects of non-communicable disease among youths in Benin City in Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State. At the beginning brief survey of non-communicable diseases among youths in Benin City was made, and the types of non-communicable diseases, the effects and their possible solutions were also discussed. One hundred and twenty (120) questionnaires distributed to the res...

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118. EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE ON NIGERIA YOUTH

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This research centers on the effect of drug abuse, theories of causes, signs and symptoms, effects, and strategies for possible solutions.

Drug abuse and dependence otherwise known as substance or chemical abuse is a disorder that is characterized by a destructive pattern of applying drugs thereby leading to significant problems or disorder. This devastating problem cuts across every strata of human society but mostly rampant among the adolescenc...

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119. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF PREVALENCE MALNUTRITION ON CHILDREN ZERO TO FIVE YEARS

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STATEMENT OF RESEARCH PROBLEM

What really instigated the study was the increased mortality of children under the ages of five (5) as a result of malnutrition; about 50 percent of the citizens in Nigeria are low income earners, it is evident from World Bank found that, from 1970 to 2000, the number of malnourished children decreased by 20 percent in developing countries. Some the other problems discovered are in the areas of lack of iodine intake by pregnant mothers...

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120. THE EVALUATION OF MICROORGANISMS ON GARRI

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In the work, samples of Garri obtained from Ogbete market were evaluated for microbial contamination. Four sample of Garri from different sources of supple were collected from Ogbete main market Enugu Okwo, Nkalagu, Emene, and  Abakaliki respectively.  The sample were extracted using equal volume of sterile distilled water and serially diluted appropriately and the cultured for the growth of microben.  The growth were further suspected to bio...

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121. PERCEIVED SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS INFLUENCING NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN BELOW 5 YEARS IN SELECTED RURAL COMMUNITIES IN ENUGU STATE

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This study was carried out to assess the socio-cultural factors influencing nutritional status of children below 5 years in selected rural communities in Enugu State. The objectives of the study were to determine the influence of family structure, socio-economic status of the family, maternal education on the nutritional status of children and to identify the religious and cultural practices that influence the nutritional status of children...

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122. SANITATION PRACTICES AND IMPLICATION ON STUDENT’S HEALTH (CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL) ENUGU)

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Sanitation practice implication on student’s health in Enugu State College of Education (Technical) has been the desire of every right thinking for good health of both the students and lecturers in the above school. The purposes of this study is to investigate the causes of poor sanitation practices on students health in ESCET, the dangers and the strategies which could be employ to curb poor sanitation in ESCET. One hundred questionnaire were adminis...

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123. THE EFFECT OF MOSQUITO ON MAN  

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The significance and effects of mosquito on man can never be overemphasized. No human being or other primates can live without good health, as the “adage” says that health is wealth. The aim of this study is to find out or reveal the effect of mosquito on man. It is also to create awareness to the society on the danger of mosquito, especially Ovia North East local government area of Edo State. This was a cross-sectional descriptive study and a s...

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124. THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DIARRHOEA AMONG CHILDREN

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This project took a look on the causes and effects of diarrhea among children in Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State. The research was carried out alone with other academic working in the school. The method used to collect data is questionnaire method, oral interview among NCE graduates in Ovia North East. Results showed that effect of diarrhea leads to fever among children, poor sanitary condition leads to diarrhea among children , eating of...

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125. LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON THE PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN  

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Worldwide it is estimated that about half of all pregnant women are anaemic. In Nigeria, the incidence of pregnant women with anaemia has increased and this accounts for about 20% of maternal mortality. This study therefore sought to investigate the knowledge and perception of the risk of anaemia during pregnancy and adherence to iron supplements among pregnant women in Ibesikpo Asutan. A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out among 384 pregnant women in Ibesikpo...

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126. THE EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE ON THE YOUTH IN JOS SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF PLATEAU STATE NIGERIA

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In totality, the aim of this topic “the effects of drug abuse on the youth” is to find out the causes and its effects so as to proffer solution that it will help reduce drug abuse among the youth and the entire people of the community understudy. These research is also carried out in chapters, in chapter one it introduce the background of the entire work, it identified the problems and its objectives, in chapter two it deal...

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127. THE EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

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The purpose of the study is to look into the effects of drug abuse, its applications on students in some selected secondary schools in Egor Local Government Area of Edo State. In the light of the above topic or subject matter, attempts were made to find out the drugs commonly abused by students and the reasons why they are abused. As a result, the following questions were asked as a basis for our finding.

  1. What is drug abuse?
  2. Why...

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128. THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON HEALTH BEHAVIOR OF YOUTH IN EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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Abstract

Alcohol consumption among different ethnic groups in Nigeria has a long history, especially among those groups where it was not forbidden by religion. In the traditional era, alcohol played complex roles in the socio-cultural relationships of different communities. It was used for rituals, marriage ceremonies, chieftaincy enthronements, etc. It was mainly consumed by male adults for pleasure while females and youths were culturally restrained from drinking...

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129. NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEGDE AND PRACTICE AMONG EXPECTANT MOTHERS IN ONITSHA NORTH AND SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE

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The interaction between a pregnant mother and her developing baby are numerous and varied ranging from the food she eats to the kicks of the baby that she feels. What the developing baby feeds on goes a long way in determining its state of health at birth. For a pregnant mother to eat healthfully, she needs to have adequate knowledge of the different component of food. But if the knowledge is not put in practice, it becomes meaningless. This study was condu...

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130. EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF COVID-19 AMONG ALVAN IKOKU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI

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This study was carried out to empirically investigate into the causes and prevention of Covid-19 among Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri. Specifically, the study examined the awareness of coronavirus in Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, their knowledge of transmission, risk factors and symptoms of Covid-19, and examine the preventive measures against coronavirus in Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owe...

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131. EFFECTS OF SOME WEATHER ELEMENTS ON THE OCCURRENCE OF MALARIA, TYPHOID AND TUBERCULOSIS CASES IN ONITSHA NORTH LGA, ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA.

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This study was carried out  on the effects of some weather elements on the occurrence of Malaria, Typhoid And Tuberculosis using Onitsha North Lga, Anambra State, Nigeria as case study. To carry out the study, three research questions were posed. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The population of the study comprised of all the staffs of Onitsha General Hospital. The population size of the study was 52. The instrument for data collection i...

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132. THE CAUSES AND EFFECT OF DIARRHEA AMONG CHILDREN IN BENIN CITY

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This research work was designed to examine and analyze the causes and effect of diarrhea infection among children in Benin City. Ten (10) research questions were formulated and questionnaires were administered to one hundred and fifty (150) respondents in order to gather data for the research. Results showed that poor environmental sanitation leads to diarrhea infection among children in Benin City, washing of children’s hands before...

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133. EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING BY CONSTRUCTION FIRMS IN ABUJA, NIGERIA

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Health and Safety (H&S) training is one of the most widely adopted practices for improving workplace safety. Existing H&S literature focuses more on the training of workers in construction firms of developed nations. This leaves out issues of H&S training of workers in the construction firms of developing nations such as Nigeria. The result of this is the problem of poor safety performance in the form of higher rate of accident, fatalities and injuries to worker...

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134. ASSESSMENT OF SANITARY CONDITIONS OF FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS AND THEIR PATRONAGE IN SELECTED COMMUNITIES IN IBADAN NORTH-WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OYO STATE

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The current trend to eat outside the home in Nigeria has contributed to increasing number of food establishments where prepared food is sold and consumed. Poor sanitary conditions in such establishments can predispose consumers to food-borne diseases. Although, numerous food establishments exist in Ibadan, an appraisal of their sanitary status has not yet been well documented. This study determined the sanitary status of food establishments and assessed the determinants of...

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135. EVALUATION OF THE BIODIESEL POTENTIALS OF SELECTED PLANT BIOMASSES IN IBADAN NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, NIGERIA

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There has been an increasing emphasis on renewable sources of energy following recurrent economic crises and environmental concerns associated with petrodiesel. In Nigeria, there is an abundance of oil-bearing inedible plant biomasses, which are underutilized. Research into biodiesel production from these renewable oil sources can provide a more sustainable alternative to petrodiesel. This study was designed to evaluate the biodiesel yielding potentials of selected locally...

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136. EXPERIENCE AND PERCEIVED MEANS OF PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ABUSE AMONG FEMALE ADOLESCENT HAWKERS IN MARKETS IN IBADAN NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, IBADAN, NIGERIA

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Involvement of a child or adolescent in a sexual activity is a major cause of reproductive health problem among female children found in vulnerable situations. Most studies on Sexual Abuse (SA) have focused on students in secondary schools, with few targeting people in work places. Having information on the experience of SA among Female Adolescent Hawkers (FAHs) in markets could be used to develop interventions for its amelioration. This study was therefore designed to dete...

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137. IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILANCE AND RESPONSE BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HEALTH FACILITIES IN TWO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS OF OYO STATE

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Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) was adopted in 1998 by the World Health Organisation–Regional committee for Africa as a strategy for strengthening the existing weak and multiple national surveillance system. Within the framework of IDSR strategy, all health facilities are required to have IDSR focal persons, ensure timely and regular provision of disease data to the Local Government Area (LGA) using approved IDSR reporting format and instruments. H...

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138. ANTENATAL CARE AS THE PREDICATOR OF MORTALITY IN OJO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

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Background of the study

The moments immediately after delivery and during birth itself provide the highest danger of death for newborns. The death rate of newborns continues to be a pressing issue and is a significant indication of the health, development, and overall well-being of children. [Fadayomi, 1991] estimates that nearly 11 children pass away every minute, making the global rate of child mortality an unfinished agenda item for the Millenniu...

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139. ASSESSMENT OF PROBLEMS AND ACHIEVEMENT IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE ACTIVITIES IN BAUCHI METROPOLIS PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SETTING

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​​​​​​​BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Health is an important indicator to measure development. It is indeed a prerequisite for development. No society can develop if the health of its population is poor. Therefore, any nation that seeks to develop should pay attention to health issues. Good health is one of the fundamental...

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140. ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS AFFECTING NUTRITIONAL VALUES OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC GENERAL HOSPITAL IN NIGERIA

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Background of the study

The period of pregnancy is a time that is accompanied with rapid physiological changes from the time of conception until delivery. The demand for adequate nutrition increases during this period so as to maintain metabolism and tissue accretion while supporting foetal development. However, despite numerous research that supports the importance of adequate nutrition in pregnancy, about 20% to 30% of expectant mothers worldwide...

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141. KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARD HEPATITIS

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This study examined the knowledge,  perception and attitude of secondary school students toward hepatitis using Ikeja, Lagos State as a case study. The study was specifically carried out to determine the knowledge of hepatitis infection among secondary school students in Lagos State, determine the perception of hepatitis infection among secondary...

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142. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE, AWARENESS AND IMPACT OF DIABETES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

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Background Of The Study

Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a chronic, progressive, systemic disease characterized by abnormal lipid, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism caused by insulin insufficiency, resulting in an elevated blood glucose level (Leon, Alan, and Mutnick, 2010). Diabetes mellitus also impairs blood vessel and nerve function and structure. Insulin is the hormone that regulates glucose, lipid, and protein metabolism. The World Health Organiza...

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143. ACHIEVING THE MDG 4: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF CHILD HEALTH SERVICES IN THE PUBLIC PRIMARY HAELTH CARE FACILITIES IN NIGERIA ( A CASE STUDY OF NNEWI NORTH LGA, ANAMBRA STATE

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Background Of Study

In poor and middle-income nations like Nigeria, children and women account for three-quarters of the population. They are also the most vulnerable and environmentally conscious. As a result, children bear a disproportionate amount of the global disease burden. 1 Although significant progress was made in the previous decade in terms of reducing childhood health indicators, several countries suffered stasis or even reversals during...

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144. AN EVALUATION OF EXPANDED PROGRAMME ON IMMUNIZATION AND THE FACTORS INFLUENCING COMMUNITY PARTICIAPTION ( CASE STUDY OF ELIMINA SUB-DISTRICT)

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Background Of Study

In community development programs, community engagement now appears to be the "software." Community participation as a developmental strategy is an important cog in the wheel of ensuring that community programs are well-planned, implemented, monitored, evaluated, maintained, managed, and financed for the benefit of the current generation and future generations, using human, natural, and man-made resources (Putman, 2000)...

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145. AN EVALUATION OF PUBLIC AWARENESS ON OMICRON VARIANT AMONG NIGERIAN CITIZENS (CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE)

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The coronavirus disease 2019 (covid-19), which was discovered in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, has spread fast to practically every corner of the world Lorfa (2020). The condition is caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2, a novel and severe variant of coronavirus (sarscov-2). The coronavirus has caused not only interruptions in regular socioeconomic activity, but also disease and mortality...

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