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STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE AMONG MOTHERS OF UNDER FIVE CHILDREN IN SELECTED COMMUNITY OF MASHOBRA

Shakshi Awasthi

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Background:Communicable disease is an illness caused due to a specific infectious agent or its toxic products capable of being directly or indirectly transmitted from man to man, animal to animal or from environment to man or animal. These diseases are grouped as water borne, air borne, vector borne and fomite borne diseases etc. among these water borne diseases are more severe such as diarrhoea, cholera, typhoid etc.Diarrhoea is one of the commonest causes of morbidity among young children in developing countries. India has the highest infant mortality rate in the world. Diarrhoea is the second largest cause of childhood mortality in the world.  More than 1.5 million children of under  five age continue to die each year as a result of acute diarrhoea in developing countries. Diarrhoeal disease is a major public health problem in developing countries.

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A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE REGARDING KNOWLEDGE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN PREVENTION OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES IN SCHOOL CHILDREN AT SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN SHIMLA. HIMACHAL PRADESH.

Monika Kumari

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Nutritional intakes for primary school children should provide is an important for growth. It is very important to identify nutrient deficiencies in children and to address them aggressively early in life, because they can impart lasting adverse effect on growth and development. Nutrient deficiencies can limit the growth, impair immune function, and increase mortality and morbidity and increase the global burden of acquired immunodeficiency and major underlying factor for mortality and globally for children.

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STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE OF MOTHERS OF INFANTS REGARDING PREPARATION OF COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING IN URBAN COMMUNITY AREA OF BOILEAUGANJ AT SHIMLA (H.P).

Monika kumari

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Background: Complementary feeding or weaning is the process of giving an infant other foods and liquids along with breast milk after the age of 6 months as breast milk alone is no longer sufficient to meet the nutritional requirements of growing baby. It is the process by which the infant gradually becomes accustomed to adult diet.

Aim:A pre-experimental study was conducted in urban community area named Boileauganj at Shimla, Himachal Pradesh with the objective to assess the effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on knowledge of mothers of infants regarding Complementary Feeding.

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COMPLAINT AND TREATMENT FOR VAGINAL DISCHARGE ATTENDING BY GYNECOLOGY NURSES IN RAJASTHAN: AN ANALYSIS

Pavan Kumar Sharma1, Dr.Muthukannu. M2

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Numerous complaints are indications of relationship challenges or changes in the idea of the connection between two accomplices, whose section through midlife is taking them in various ways. Indeed, even advances in therapy can adjust the parity. Maturing all by itself is related with the diminished pelvic bloodstream and an expanded period of time expected to arrive at the climax with incitement. This can happen in women who recently encountered no challenges peaking. Dyspareunia is common, influencing 13% of older women surveyed. HT can help with agony because of decay. In rundown, the physician ought to ask about sexual action, fulfillment, and problems.In this way, the syndromic approach for the treatment of vaginal discharge prompts wrong treatment in an incredible degree of cases. The money related cost of syndromic the administrators per genuine occasion of RTI treated in Rajasthan ran, while the social cost of mistakenly naming a lady as encountering an STI is interminableAn examination in India detailed higher paces of sorrow in women going to a gynaecological clinic contrasted and women going to a general therapeutic clinic in Rajasthan. There is proof from clinical and community studies connecting the complaint of vaginal discharge with mental disorders in India.

 

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