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  1. Malaria in pregnancy has been shown to cause both maternal and infant morbidity and mortality especially in sub Saharan Africa. The World Health Organization therefore recommends the use of insecticide treated...

    Authors: Ngimuh Leonard, Fokam Bertrand Eric, Anchang-Kimbi K. Judith and Wanji Samuel
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2016 74:5
  2. Improper dietary intake pattern in women of reproductive age in Nepal has resulted in the deficiency of essential nutrients. Adequate nutritional status and proper dietary intake pattern of women improves mate...

    Authors: Shiva Bhandari, Jamuna Tamrakar Sayami, Pukar Thapa, Matina Sayami, Bishnu Prasad Kandel and Megha Raj Banjara
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2016 74:2
  3. Adaptation of physical activity self-report questionnaires is sometimes required to reflect the activity behaviours of diverse populations. The processes used to modify self-report questionnaires though are ty...

    Authors: Daniel Aggio, Stuart Fairclough, Zoe Knowles and Lee Graves
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2016 74:3
  4. Lead has significant neuro-toxic effects, particularly for young children. Voluntary screening of pre-school aged children for elevated blood lead levels has been an important part of the lead management progr...

    Authors: Frances Boreland, David Lyle, Anthony Brown and David Perkins
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:60
  5. Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) was introduced in 2005 as a demand side intervention to remove financial barriers to accessing health services. After almost a decade of implementation, this stu...

    Authors: Samuel Bosomprah, Peter Luigi Ragno, Clemens Gros and Hari Banskota
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:51
  6. The objectives of this study were to (i) describe the relationship between weight changes and MUAC changes in children aged between 6 and 59 months during treatment for SAM in CMAM programmes in three country ...

    Authors: Paul Binns, Nancy Dale, Monsurul Hoq, Chrissy Banda and Mark Myatt
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:54
  7. Despite being a well-documented phenomenon, gender differences in psychological health complaints in adolescence are poorly understood. The purpose of this study was to test factors related to well-being as ex...

    Authors: Isabelle Savoye, Nathalie Moreau, Marie-Christine Brault, Alain Levêque and Isabelle Godin
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:52
  8. Tobacco is the most important avoidable risk for non communicable diseases. While tobacco consumption is stable or declining in developed countries, it is increasing in the developing world with a rate of 3.4 ...

    Authors: Bertrand Hugo Mbatchou Ngahane, Huguette Atangana Ekobo and Christopher Kuaban
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:47
  9. Dietary sources of calcium and vitamin D are recommended as a first-line strategy in prevention of osteoporosis-related fractures but their public health and economic impact has never been studied.

    Authors: Olivier Ethgen, Mickaël Hiligsmann, Nansa Burlet and Jean-Yves Reginster
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:48
  10. A domain-specific physical activity questionnaire (EHIS-PAQ) was developed in the framework of the second wave of the European Health Interview Survey (EHIS). This article presents the EHIS-PAQ and describes i...

    Authors: Jonas D. Finger, Jean Tafforeau, Lydia Gisle, Leila Oja, Thomas Ziese, Juergen Thelen, Gert B. M. Mensink and Cornelia Lange
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:59
  11. Only few studies have focused on the cognitive processes of the respondents that are involved when answering physical activity questionnaires (PAQs). This study aimed at examining whether two PAQs work as inte...

    Authors: J. D. Finger, L. Gisle, H. Mimilidis, C. Santos-Hoevener, E. K. Kruusmaa, A. Matsi, L. Oja, M. Balarajan, M. Gray, A. L. Kratz and C. Lange
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:57
  12. Exclusive breastfeeding is defined as feeding infants only breast milk, be it directly from breast or expressed, with no addition of any liquid or solids apart from drops or syrups consisting of vitamins, mine...

    Authors: Asrat Sonko and Amare Worku
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:53
  13. Childhood fever is the most common clinical sign of Plasmodium falciparum infection. It is used as a measure of burden of the disease and the effectiveness of control programs for malaria. This study aimed to det...

    Authors: Benson M. Hamooya, Gershom Chongwe, Lungowe Sitali and Hikabasa Halwindi
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:46
  14. Source of potable water has implication on the population health. Availability of Improved Drinking Water Sources (IDWS) is a problem in developing countries, but variation exists across segments of the popula...

    Authors: Oyewale Mayowa Morakinyo, Stephen Ayo Adebowale and Elizabeth Omoladun Oloruntoba
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:58
  15. Raising public awareness of the need to use antibiotics appropriately is a major focus of the UK Government’s strategy to tackle antimicrobial resistance. To investigate the public’s views on antibiotic use an...

    Authors: Laura J Shallcross, Michelle Berin, Jennifer Roe and Mahdad Noursadeghi
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:55
  16. Older people are a growing population. They live longer, but often have multiple chronic diseases. As a consequence, they are taking many different kind of medicines, while their vulnerability to pharmaceutica...

    Authors: Denise Walckiers, Johan Van der Heyden and Jean Tafforeau
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:50
  17. Adolescence is last chance for curbing the consequences of malnutrition and breaking the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition and poor health. This study aimed to assess the prevalence and the factors assoc...

    Authors: Yohannes Adama Melaku, Gordon Alexander Zello, Tiffany K. Gill, Robert J. Adams and Zumin Shi
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:44
  18. Authors: Olivier Bruyère, Serge H. Ahmed, Catherine Atlan, Jacques Belegaud, Murielle Bortolotti, Marie-Chantal Canivenc-Lavier, Sybil Charrière, Jean-Philippe Girardet, Sabine Houdart, Esther Kalonji, Perrine Nadaud, Fabienne Rajas, Gérard Slama and Irène Margaritis
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:49

    The original article was published in Archives of Public Health 2015 73:41

  19. At the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2), November 2014, 170 member states endorsed the Rome Declaration on Nutrition and a Framework for Action. The Rome Declaration committed to ending maln...

    Authors: Hannah Brinsden and Tim Lang
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:42
  20. The intense sweeteners currently authorised in Europe comprise ten compounds of various chemical natures. Their overall use has sharply risen in the last 20 years. These compounds are mainly used to formulate ...

    Authors: Olivier Bruyère, Serge H. Ahmed, Catherine Atlan, Jacques Belegaud, Murielle Bortolotti, Marie-Chantal Canivenc-Lavier, Sybil Charrière, Jean-Philippe Girardet, Sabine Houdart, Esther Kalonji, Perrine Nadaud, Fabienne Rajas, Gérard Slama and Irène Margaritis
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:41

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Archives of Public Health 2015 73:49

  21. In spite of the massive spending and extensive family-planning promotion, many poor people in the third world remain reluctant to use modern contraceptive method. Mostly when they use modern contraceptives, th...

    Authors: Mohammed Feyisso, Tefera Belachew, Amanuel Tesfay and Yohannes Addisu
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:38
  22. Glycemic control in diabetes mellitus is a cornerstone in reducing morbidity and mortality of the disease. Achieving glycemic control or reducing hyperglycemia significantly decreases the microvascular and mac...

    Authors: Ezra Belay Ketema and Kelemu Tilahun Kibret
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73:43
  23. Authors: Goele Jans, Christophe Matthys, Matthias Lannoo, Bart Van der Schueren, Bruno Dillemans, Luc Lemmens, Jean-Pierre Saey, Yves Van Nieuwenhove, Ben De Becker, Pascale Grandjean, Hilde Logghe, Kristien Roelens, Anne Loccufier, Johan Verhaeghe and Roland Devlieger
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73(Suppl 1):P45

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 73 Supplement 1

  24. Authors: Nelly Saenen, Bram Janssen, Karen Vrijens, Harry Roels, Wim Vanden Berghe, Wilfried Gyselaers, Charlotte Vanpoucke, Patrick De Boever and Tim Nawrot
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73(Suppl 1):P35

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 73 Supplement 1

  25. Authors: Katherine Ogurtsova, Leonor Guariguata, David Whiting, Nigel Unwin, Clara Weil, Joao Da Rocha Fernandes, Ute Linnenkamp, Nam H Cho, David Cavan and Lydia Makaroff
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73(Suppl 1):P31

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 73 Supplement 1

  26. Authors: Charline Maertens de Noordhout, Brecht Devleesschauwer, Diallo Lamarana, Juanita Haagsma, Arie Havelaar, Sophie Quoilin, Sophie Bertrand, Yves Dupont, Olivier Vandenberg, Patrick Brandt and Niko Speybroeck
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2015 73(Suppl 1):K3

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 73 Supplement 1

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