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Comparative Analysis of Health Patterns and Gaps due to Environmental Influences in South Korea and North Korea, 2000–2017

Bang Y, Oh J, Kim EM, Lee JH, Kang M, Kim M, Kim SH, Han JJ, Kim HS, Kwon O, Ha H, Kim HHs, Chung HW, Kim E, Kim YJ, Kim Y, Kang Y, Ha E

Objectives: To conduct a comparative study of children’s health in South Korea versus North Korea focusing on air pollution. Methods: We used annual mortality rate, prevalence, and environmental indicators data from the World...
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Experiences of Parenting Children With Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Kim HJ, Chae SM

Purpose: This study aims to describe the experiences of parenting children with spinal muscular atrophy. Methods: Participants consisted of 11 parents of children diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, more than 6...
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Effect of Classroom Illuminance on the Development and Progression of Myopia in School Children

Suh YW, Ha SG, Kim SH

Purpose: To evaluate the effect of classroom illuminance on the development and progression of myopia in elementary school children. Methods: The daylight factor, a ratio of inside and outside illuminance, was...
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Analysis of Research Status on Disease of Women and Children in North Korea: Literature Analysis Through Academic Journals

Park YJ, Kim JW, Ahn KH

Purpose: Since the division of the Korean Peninsula into South and North Korea in 1948, the gaps in the medical system and the socioeconomic status between these 2 countries has...
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Changes in the oral health and tooth brushing habits of upper grade primary school children according to the composition of the tooth brushing environment of the school

Jwa SK

Objectives: This study aimed to provide basic data on the establishment of tooth brushing classrooms in elementary schools in South Korea. The basic data was gathered by investigating the upper-grade...
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Exclusive Breastfeeding Practice in Indonesia: A Population-Based Study

Gayatri M

Background: It is a well-known fact that exclusive breastfeeding benefits both mothers and their babies. The aim of this study is to assess the associated factors influencing exclusive breastfeeding of...
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Acceptance Model of a Mandatory Health Information System in Indonesia

Nugroho HSW, Notobroto HB, Rosyanti L

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to develop a model of acceptance of the Mother and Child Health Information System in the Ngawi Regency Health Office, Indonesia based on...
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Cohort profile: the Ewha Birth and Growth Study

Lee HA, Park B, Min J, Choi EJ, Kim UJ, Park HJ, Park EA, Cho SJ, Kim HS, Lee H, Kim YJ, Hong YS, Kim EJ, Ha EH, Park H

With the introduction of life-course epidemiology, researchers realized the importance of identifying risk factors in early life to prevent chronic diseases. This led to the establishment of the Ewha Birth...
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Estimation of Under-5 Child Mortality Rates in 52 Low-migration Countries

Sapkota N, Gautam N, Lim A, Ueranantasun A

Reduction of the under-5 mortality rate is a target of the Sustainable Development Goals. Therefore, this study aimed to estimate under-5 child mortality rates in 52 low-migration countries using population...
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Comparison of Maternal and Child Health Statistics between South and North Korea

Lee JM, Kim CY, Chung SH, Choi YS, Bae CW

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the extent of the difference in health status between South Korea (SK) and North Korea (NK) by comparing indicators relevant to maternal and child...
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How the Bidi Tobacco Industry Harms Child-workers: Results From a Walk-through and Quantitative Survey

Kim J, Rana S, Lee W, Haque SE, Yoon JH

Objective: Bidi is an inexpensive, low-processed, hand-rolled tobacco product. In Bangladesh, especially in Rangpur, tobacco farming and bidi processing are common. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the impact...
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Development of Forest-based Health Promotion Program forVulnerable School Children

Bang KS, Kim S, Song MK, Kang K, Jeong Y

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a forest-based health promotion program for vulnerable school children. Methods: The specific process for program development involved establishing a program goal, assessing the...
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Structural Equation Model of Health Promotion Behaviors in Late School-aged Children: Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior

Jeon GE, Cha NH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate the factors affecting health promotion behaviors in late school-aged children by establishing a hypothetical model based on the planned behavior theory. METHODS: From July...
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Evaluation of a Community-based Child (Infants and Toddlers) Health Promotion Pilot Project in a Migrant Village in Kyrgyzstan

Shin H, Lee YN, Lee SJ, Jang YK

PURPOSE: Children in migrant villages in Kyrgyzstan have a high incidence of anemia and need effective health promotion programs. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a pilot study...
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Integrated Information System for Early Detection of Maternal Risk Factors Based on Continuum of Care Approach of Mother and Toddler Cohorts

Damayanti , Setijanto , Hargono A, Wulandari , Santi MW, Tjahjono B, Ramadhani

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is to demonstrate how an integrated information system of mother and toddler cohorts can be developed as a basis of the continuum of care...
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Grading System for the Management of Pregnant Women

Jeong H, Ahn KH

Several studies have reported adequate patient transfer to higher level hospitals according to the risk for improving perinatal outcomes. According to these reports, countries across the world divide the levels...
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Renovation of Maternal-child Healthcare Centers and the National Maternal-child Medical Center Based on the Mother and Child Act

Hwang JY

The Mother and Child Act is the most important law set up to maintain and improve maternal-child healthcare. This act was established in 1973 and was revised to improve maternal-child...
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Evaluating maternal and child health indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals in 2018: what is Iran's position?

Khatooni E, Akbarzadeh I, Abdalmaleki E, Abdi Z, Ahmadnezhad E

OBJECTIVES: Since many Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were not achieved, countries including Iran—despite achieving some of the MDGs—need regular planning to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. This...
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The Seoul Healthy First Step Project: Introduction and Expansion, Program Content and Performance, and Future Challenges

Khang YH, Cho SH, June KJ, Lee JY, Kim YM, Cho HJ

With the motto ‘Equity from the Start for a Healthy Future’, the Seoul Healthy First Step Project (SHFSP) was launched in 2013 in an attempt to support women with young...
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Necessity of Research on Thirdhand Smoke for Maternal and Child Health

Choe JH, Han JY

The causal relationship between cigarette smoking during pregnancy and adverse maternal and child health outcomes, such as preterm birth, low birth weight, and sudden infant death syndrome are well known....
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