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Recent trends in the health status of Indian children

P. G. K. Panikar

Recent trends in the health status of Indian children

a reappraisal

by P. G. K. Panikar

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Published by Centre for Development Studies in Trivandrum .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementP.G.K. Panikar & C.R. Soman.
SeriesWorking paper ;, no. 209
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 86/60054 (R)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2362427M
LC Control Number86907575

Pregnancy, birth, and abortion rates among young adolescents (10–14 years old) are far lower than among to year olds. Of the 23 countries for which birth rates to to year olds are presented, the highest was in Romania (), followed by the United States ).Cited by: particular, fertility has fallen so that Indian households had a lower proportion of children at the end of the period. The frac-tion of children (ages 0 to 14 years) in a rural household fell from an average of in to in , a decline of 14%, with a larger decline, from to , in urban India. InCited by:

Public health science practices identify that, “understanding how historical trauma influences the current health status of racial/ethnic populations in the U.S may provide new directions and insights for eliminating health disparities” (Sotero, , p. 94).   Keeping Children And Schools Safe Protects Us All. and information on how parents can monitor children's health and help them Her writing has appeared in .

Trends across Asia are mixed and complex. Hinduism prohibits circumcision, even any interference with a tight foreskin. Sikhism, which arose more recently, specifically bans circumcision in its holy book, which dates from It is clear from the context that this is a reflection of its rejection of Islamic customs. nutritional status of “elite” children, an analysis of nutrition as a contributing factor to under-five mortality, examination of the environmental links to malnutrition, the provision of a complete picture of infant and young child feeding practices by age, andFile Size: 1MB.


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