Journal of Health Education Research & Development

ISSN: 2380-5439

Open Access

Volume 9, Issue 2 (2021)

Research Article Pages: 1 - 3

The Impact of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on Students' General Health

Golchin Binandeh

In the field of educational psychology, many activities have been conducted with clinical trials, and its results have helped to solve many people's psychological problems at community level. To this end, we wanted to address one of the most unique student dilemmas, general health, in this project. Our goal was to find a solution to reduce this problem, and the results of school in high school showed that the amount of factor of the diseases can be controlled by a public health approach (and the data were more than 95% accurate). Studies show that if the student community is in good health, both physically and mentally, it can reduce mental illness in the test session and allow people to put their knowledge on the test questions. Public health is not guaranteed unless both human and mental health are provided. The project aims to improve the health of a complex in a high school, which can be used to control the Overall health of the community.

Research Article Pages: 1 - 3

Prevalence of Anaemia and Its Known Associated Risk Factors Among under Five Children at Mukinge Missions Hospital in Kasempa District

S Lloyd M Sampa

Background: Anaemia is a worldwide major problem known to affect people throughout the world. It has an adverse effect on both the social and economic development. The worldwide prevalence of anaemia is 9% in developed nations. The global estimate indicates that 293.1 million of children under five years, approximately 43%, are anaemic worldwide and 28.5% of these children are found in sub Saharan Africa. In Zambia specifically Kasempa, no documented studies on prevalence have been done. Despite iron supplementation given to pregnant women and the availability of blood transfusion. The burden of the disease remains high as determined by high mortality and morbidity. This study aims at determining the prevalence of anaemia and the known associated risk factors among under-five children at Mukinge Mission Hospital in Kasempa District. Knowledge of prevalence and the known associated risk factors of anaemia will
enhance early detection and timely management.
Methods: This was a retrospective study review of under-five children that were diagnosed and managed of Anaemia at Mukinge Missions Hospital, over the period of period of 2015, 2017 and 2018. Data of the variables of interest was extracted and analyzed using SPSS software version 23.
Results: A sample population of 52 children was included in this study. The majority of the children were females 28 (53.8%) and 24 (46.2%) were males. It was found that moderate and severe anaemia among anaemic children was 17.3% and 82.7% respectively. Additionally, majority of the anaemic children (75%) had normocytic anaemia. The [earson chi square test revealed no statistical relationship between the variables; Malaria (p=0.58), age (P=0.82), gender (P=0.91).
Conclusion: According to our study, 39 (75%) had normal mean corpuscular volume which could suggest chronic diseases and sickle cell anaemia. 11 (21.2%) had a low mean corpuscular volume indicating microcytic anaemia which could suggest diseases such as iron deficiency and thalassemia among many other
causes. However, we were unable to determine the specific cause of anaemia.

Short Communication Pages: 1 - 1


Elizabeth A. Buluku

Overweight and obesity are growing public health concerns associated with the onset of chronic illness. A paucity of data exists on nutritional status of
university students in Kenya and yet it is a dynamic and transitional stage in life characterized by the development of independence, decision making and the
acquisition of habits for the future. The study aimed at screening Moi University Nairobi campus undergraduate students for overweight, obesity and abdominal
Materials and methods: A cross sectional survey conducted between October 2019 and March 2020 at the Moi University Nairobi Campus among all registered
undergraduate students within five (5) schools. Weight, height and waist circumference (WC) were measured while Body Mass Index (BMI) and Waist to Height
Ratio (WtHR) were calculated.
Results: A total of 1,496 undergraduate students were screened; 64.4% (964) were females and 35.6% (532) were males with a mean age of 24.29 ±3.63 years.
The prevalence of overweight, obesity was 25.7% and 14.3%, respectively and abdominal obesity was 25.4%. Waist to Height ratio identified 12.6% overweight
and 13.7% obese students. The odds of females being overweight is 2.121 times higher than that of males (95% CI: 1.18-3.79, P<0.05).

Short Communication Pages: 2 - 2

Targeting Amyloid ő≤ in the Management of Alzheimer‚??s Disease

Ephrem Ashenafi

Alzheimer`s Disease (AD) is a ruthlessly progressive neurodegenerative disease that has been growing steadily. Amyloid beta (Aβ) peptide buildup in the brain
is thought to play a crucial role in the instigation and/or advancement of Alzheimer’s disease. Revisions to the amyloid cascade hypothesis now distinguish the
delicate balance in which Aβ exists and the role played by the enzymes in the production and breakdown of Aβ in maintaining healthy Aβ levels. Several targets
have been identified and a long list of compounds has been developed to treat and/or slow the progression of the disease. However, none has reached the clinical
arena. In this review, we tried to discuss some potential targets for maintaining healthy levels of amyloid-beta.

Short Communication Pages: 3 - 3

The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibilities Corporations‚?? Performance

Muhammad Yaqoob

Financial organizations are asked to satisfy his CR (social responsibilities) for the community health as well. The objective of this research is to examine the effect of
SR (social responsibility) on organizational performance. The samples for this research taken of some companies in south Panjab which are working actively within
the Stock Exchange thru the time of (2003-2019). Ingenuous a fresh design of SR (social responsibility) is completed employing DEA technique and organizational
performance calculated which contain (return on equity, return on assets, financial leverage, the market value of equity, real stock returns,). The situation stays
decided that company societal accountability powerfully affects proceeding stable presentation. It is examined that corporate social responsibility does happenings
involvement now a period of improvement of effectiveness, cumulative marketplace value, worth and investor attention of companies. Technique were tried by
means of linear regression technique in software SPSS. The Findings displayed the substantial relationship (between Corporate Social Responsibilities and return
on equity, return on assets, real stock returns) and there was no any significands relationship (among CSR Corporate Social Responsibilities and market value of
equity, financial leverage,) in the hypotheses.

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