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Child-adult Creating Community as an Institution of Education

... cultivate the relationships of responsible care. The new institute of education, which is child- adult creating community, is justified both theoretically and practically. The authors provide the examples of mutually beneficial and developing cooperation of adults and children based on the principles of technology, self-management, social entrepreneurship ... психолого-педагогический университет» 79 Электронный журнал «Психологическая наука и образование psyedu. ru» E-journal «Psychological Science and Education» ISSN: 2074-5885 Child- adult Creating Community as an Institution of Education 2014, № 2 Khaikin V.L., Doctor of Psychology, Professor, corresponding member of the RAE, Counselor to the Minister ... consumer orientation of the younger generation. Even humanistic “pedagogy of relations” is being eroded in the consumer society. Nowadays, to talk about school and to build the school in which children feel only cozy, comfortable and convenient means to prepare new victims of consumerism. The authors state the need of moving from the usual methods and forms of education
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Are child and adolescent responses to placebo higher in major depression than in anxiety disorders? A systematic review of placebo-controlled trials.

... major depressive disorder. J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol 16: 59–75. 53. Donnelly CL, Wagner KD, Rynn M, Ambrosini P, Landau P, et al. (2006) Sertraline in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 45: 1162–70. 54. Preskorn SH, Weller EB, Weller RA (1982) Depression in children: relationship between ... Graae F, Milner J, Rizzotto L, Klein RG (1994) Clonazepam in childhood anxiety disorders. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 33: 372–6. 35. Leonard HL, Swedo SE, Rapoport JL, Koby EV, Lenane MC, et al. (1989) Treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder with clomipramine and desipramine in children and adolescents. A double-blind crossover comparison. ... treatment in children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Arch Gen Psychiatry 48: 922–7. 37. Leonard HL, Swedo SE, Lenane MC, Rettew DC, Hamburger SD, et al. (1993) A 2- to 7-year follow-up study of 54 obsessive-compulsive children and adolescents. Arch Gen Psychiatry 50: 429–39. 38. Kashani JH, Shekim WO, Reid JC (1984) Amitriptyline in children
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... treatment and prompt rehabilitation treatment. It is more obvious with children than with adults. This fast and complete rehabilitation happens due to the plastic character of child? ??s brain and the possibilities for intro-hemisphere and inter hemisphere reorganization of speech functions in childhood. Key words: acquiring aphasia, expressive speech, receptive ... are correct. Children will describe the function of the object – its purpose, but cannot remember the name. Besides under standing and speech, these children have difficulties with reading, writing and calculating. (3) Review of the case Boy B.T. born in 1990, sent for treatment at Neurology Clinic . Family anamnesis B.T. is the second child of the ... reconalizes. After the admission, the child was under antiedematosis therapy. The child? ??s condition gradually improves and the muscle structure strengthens. The paresis facialis gradually retreats with still present aphasia (lost of speech) and right-sided chemi-paresis. After the treatment, when the condition improves, the child is sent to physical therapy
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Child rights and child poverty: can the international framework of children's rights be used to improve child survival rates?

... of Kolkata, India [21], places residents at risk of respiratory infections, meningitis, and asthma [22,23]. In Manila, the Philippines, children living in squatter settlements are nine times more likely than other children to have tuberculosis (TB) [24]. Epidemic-prone infections like pertussis cluster in areas of urban poverty [25], and overcrowding ... Benicio MH, Ferreira MU, Cardoso MR, Konno SC, Monteiro CA (2004) Wheezing conditions in early childhood: Prevalence and risk factors in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Bull World Health Organ 82: 516-522. 24. Fry S, Cousins B, Olivola K (2002) Health of children living in urban slums in Asia and the near east: Review of existing literature and data. ... growth of villages into megacities, and earthquake vulnerability in the modern world. Philos Transact A Math Phys Eng Sci 364: 1911-1925. 19. Bartlett SN (2002) The problem of children’s injuries in low-income countries: A review. Health Policy Plan 17: 1-13. 20. Sapir D, Lechat M (1986) Reducing the impact of natural disasters: Why aren’t we better
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Temporal Aspects of Child Homicide in Australia

... found slight seasonal variation in the occurrence of child homicide, with a slight peak in spring; however, whether this peak is significant is unknown. Keywords: child homicide, temporal aspects, time of day, day of week, season, Australia TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF CHILD HOMICIDE IN AUSTRALIA Even though child homicide is a relatively rare event, comprising ... (2002) that examined the temporal aspects of child homicides (ages 0–15) committed in the US between 1976 and 1998. That study found that homicides involving young children (0–5) peaked in winter, while homicides involving older children (5–14) peaked in summer. They also found that the number of homicides involving children in general (0–15) did not vary ... of younger children peak in winter and the homicides of older children peak in Salus Journal Volume 4, Number 3, 2016 4 summer and, when these data are combined, homicides involving children are somewhat evenly distributed across seasons. This is plausible if the findings from the study by McCleary and Chew (2002) can be applied to child homicides
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Rights of the child in Salesian code

... Ariès el siglo XVII, pues, es el siglo del “descubrimiento de la infancia”. Hoy algunas tesis de Ariès se han demostrado desenfocadas por trabajos recientes (M. Golden, Children and Childhood in Classical Athens, 1990; D. A. Bidon y D. Lat., Les enfants au Moyen Age, 1997 ó L. Pollock, Muchachos olvidados. Las relaciones, entre padres e hijos entre ... aparece un sentimiento de consideración hacia la infancia, semejante al que podamos tener en la actualidad y que a los niños hasta 1 H. Austin-B. Dwyer-P. Freeboy, Scholing the child, Routledge/Falmer, Londres 2003. 2 J. Gimeno Sacristán, El alumno como invención, Morata, Madrid 2003, p. 20. 3 Ibíd., p. 21. 4 Cf. J. del Val, El desarrollo humano, Siglo
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Child mortality estimation: consistency of under-five mortality rate estimates using full birth histories and summary birth histories.

... in children under 5 years old (1950–2000). Bull World Health Organ 84: 470–478. 15. Feeney G (1980) Estimating infant mortality trends from child survivorship data. Popul Stud (Camb) 34: 109–128. 16. United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (2011) Levels & trends in child mortality: report 2011. New York: United Nations Children’s ... Infant mortality rate as an indicator of population health. J Epidemiol Community Health 57: 344–346. 9. United Nations Children’s Fund (2011) State of the world’s children 2011: adolescence—an age of opportunity. New York: United Nations Children’s Fund. 10. Wilmoth J, Canudas-Romo V, Zureick S, Inoue M, Sawyer C (2012) A flexible two-dimensional mortality ... live birth, the date of the birth, and, if the child has died, its age at death. In summary birth histories (SBHs), which are mostly collected via a household survey or a population census, women are asked to report only summary information: the number of children ever born to them, the number of those children still surviving at the time of the survey,
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Confiabilidade e validade da versão brasileira do Child Perceptions Questionnaire: CPQ8-10

... crianças são o Child- OIDP (Child- Oral Impacts on Daily Performaces), o COHIP (Child Oral Health Impact Profile), o ECOHIS (Early Childhood Oral Health Impact Scale) e o COHQoL (Child Oral Health Quality of Life Questionnaire) [2,1114]. No Brasil, já foram validados para uso em crianças brasileiras, o ECOHIS [15] e um dos instrumentos do COHQoL, o Child Perceptions ... Ten-year old Children. Pediatr Dent 2004; 26: 512-18. 13. Jokovic A, Locker D, Guyatt,G. Short forms of the Child Perceptions Questionnaire for 11-14-year-old children (CPQ11-14): Development and initial evaluation. Health Qual Life Outcomes 2006; 4: 1-9. 14. Pahel BT, Rozier RG, Slade GD. Parental perceptions of children’s oral health: the Early Childhood ... version of the Child Perceptions Questionnaire 8-10 (CPQ8-10) Considering the importance of assessing the influence of oral health conditions on the quality of life of Brazilian children, the aim of the present study was to validate the Child Perceptions Questionnaire 8-10 (CPQ8-10) for use in Brazil. The sample was made up of 80 male and female children
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Qualidade de vida e saúde bucal em crianças - Parte I: versão brasileira do Child Perceptions Questionnaire 8-10.

... ARTIGO ARTICLE Qualidade de vida e saúde bucal em crianças – Parte I: Versão brasileira do Child Perceptions Questionnaire 8-10 Quality of life and oral health in children – Part I: Brazilian version of the Child Perceptions Questionnaire 8-10 4077 Taís de Souza Barbosa 1 Marcia Diaz Serra Vicentin 1 Maria Beatriz Duarte ... studied. The Portuguese version of the CPQ8-10 proved to be fully comprehensible to the Brazilian child population. Key words Questionnaires, Quality of life, Translation, Children, Oral health Resumo O objetivo deste estudo foi traduzir o instrumento Child Perceptions Questionnaire (CPQ8-10), relativo à qualidade de vida e saúde bucal, para a língua ... Developing and evaluating an oral health-related quality of life index for children; the CHILD- OIDP. Community Dent Health 2004; 21(2):161-169. 5. Jokovic A, Locker D, Tompson B, Guyatt G. Questionnaire for measuring oral health-related quality of life in eight- to ten-year-old children. Pediatr Dent 2004; 26(6):512-518. 6. Herdman M, Fox-Rushby J,
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Integrated management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) and its contribution to child survival in the attainment of the millennium development goals

... integrated healthy environment for children under 5 and their families. These actions are compatible and linked with the new international approaches to 25. promote child health, including the child and adolescent health strategy that WHO is currently developing; the recommendations and basic documents of the United Nations Special Session on Children, held in 2002; ... and morbidity in children and facilitate their healthy growth and development. Financial Implications 26. The creation of the new Child and Adolescent Health Unit (CA) within the Family and Community Health Area (FCH) reinforced the integrated approach to child health care and the life cycle approach, offering a continuum of action to promote child and adolescent ... the expected results of the Healthy Children: Goal 2002 Initiative, aimed at reducing the number of deaths in children under 5 by 100,000 during the period 1999-2002, mainly through implementation of the IMCI strategy. The mid-term evaluation showed that 43% of the goal (a reduction of more than 43,000 deaths in children under 5) was met during the
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Child health

... (Eng.) 2 March 2000 ORIGINAL: SPANISH CHILD HEALTH Child health in the Americas represents a serious challenge. Ten years after the World Summit for Children, steady progress can be seen in areas such as infectious disease control, immunization coverage, nutritional aspects, prenatal care coverage, and professional care in childbirth. Health, in its integral positive ... Abandonment, and Abuse in Childhood Early entry in the workforce is an emerging problem in the Region, especially in rural areas. An estimated 20 million children under the age of 15 are working, more than half of them less than 10 years old and only 10% in the formal sector. In addition to locking children out of the educational system, child labor intensifies ... inequalities in childhood, exposing children to sexual abuse, mistreatment, accidents, delinquency, and risk behaviors (smoking, drugs, sexual activity, etc.). In the long run, locking children out of the educational system means 20% less income during their lifetime. Studies note the presence of depression, passivity, sleep and eating disorders among children,
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CD42.R12: Child health

... review policies and legislation vis-à-vis their conformity with children's' rights, distribution of resources to achieve child and family friendliness, and community and environmental contributions to integral child health and development possibilities; (b) maintain the topic of integral child health and development on the public agenda using, among other ... unresolved issues related to children's' rights, equity in health, development opportunities, and solutions for basic health problems, as well as emerging issues affecting child health, yet aware of the importance of dealing with a broader public health agenda involving determinants and understanding that investment in child health is justified; and Recognizing ... and Recognizing the moment as a critical one for the development of child health due to the global attention on the 10th anniversary evaluation of the World Summit for Children as well as the United Nations General Assembly special session planned for September 2001, when the agenda for children in the new millennium will be established, RESOLVES 1.
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Child health

... access to services. In addition to locking children out of the educational system, child labor intensifies inequalities in childhood development, exposing children to sexual abuse, mistreatment, increases risk of accidents, delinquency, and risky behaviors (smoking, drugs, sexual activity). Additionally, depriving children of educational opportunities signifies ... eating disorders among children. Although little systematically collected information is available on child abandonment and child abuse, many countries are beginning to be concerned about the growing number of children who are not in the school system or who have no direct CE126/16 (Eng.) Page 7 support networks–the so-called “street children.” While their ... educational establishment (healthy schools). Oral health monitoring. Schoolchildren w ith good academic performance. Schoolchildren aw are of the role of health in their future lives. Schoolchildren w ho have not acquired unhealthy habits such as smoking or alcohol and drug use. Schoolchildren w ith social skills. Healthy children. CE126/16 (Eng.) Page 15 Continuing of ICD monitoring. Permanent
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Treatment of the asthmatic child

... 10 days, with children under a year old receiving a quarter of a tea- Mohs and Chammfa Childhood Asthma Treatmmt 285 spoon,5 children between one and three years old half a teaspoon, and children over three one teaspoon. In addition, they call for theophylline to be administered in a 5 mglkg dose every six hours for 10 days, and for children who ... mask for children under five years old and a mouthpiece for older children. If the child had not received theophylline in the preceding four to six hours, a dose of this medication (5 mglkg) was administered. Besides the salbutamol, another innovative program feature was use of corticosteroids in treating a larger proportion of the, asthmatic children ... asthma syndrome is a serious problem for children, who in general are not well treated for it in most Latin American health services. Among other things, asthma preoccupies the afflicted child? ??s parents and greatly limits the child? ??s activities. Hence, a good therapeutic program should strive to give asthmatic children and their families as normal a
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CD31.R18: Maternal and child health and family planning programs

... PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION  WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION                    31st DIRECTING COUNCIL   37th SESSION OF THE REGIONAL COMMITTEE Washington D.C., 23-28 September 1985 RESOLUTION CD31.R18 MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH AND FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAMS THE 31st DIRECTING COUNCIL, Having examined the report of the Director (Document CD31/24) on the progress that the Organization and
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PAHO's maternal and child health program

... epidemiologic pat- PAHO’S MATERNAL Children, adolescents, and women of childbearing age make up about 65% of the population of most countries of the Americas. They are also the groups most vulnerable to health problems and most in need of care. For these vol. 19, no. 2, 1985 terns of acute respiratory infections in children exist between developed ... efforts are being made to reduce child mortality and promote primary health care development. Source: UNICEF-WHO Joint Committee on Health Policy, Acute Respiratory Infections: Progress Report on WHO Activities, 1983-1984, and Joint UNICEF-WHO Statement on Basic Principles for Control of Acute Respiratory Infections in Children in Developing Countries, ... JC251 UNICEF-WHO/85.6(s) Rev. 1, Geneva, 29 January 1985. AND CHILD Introduction a HEALTH PROGRAM reasons, promoting their health has been given top priority by PAHO and its Member Countries, and many major objectives set forth by PAHO (among them increasing life expectancy, reducing infant mortality, reducing deaths of children aged l-4 years, immunizing pregnant women
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CD29.R21: Infant and young child nutrition

... – 3 October 1983 RESOLUTION CD29.R21 INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD NUTRITION THE 29th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Recognizing that there is a close interrelationship between infant and young child nutrition and socioeconomic development; Concerned that inappropriate feeding practices of infants and young children result in greater incidence of infant mortality, ... in the promotion of good nutrition and in the protection of breastfeeding and sound weaning practices as a means of improving infant and young child health; and Recalling Resolution WHA33.321 on Infant and Young Child Feeding and Resolution WHA34.222 adopting the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes, RESOLVES 1. To urge all Member ... implementation of concerted actions for the improvement of infant and young child nutrition, particularly in lowincome groups of rural and periurban populations; d) Give the highest priority to establishing effective systems of ensuring adequate food supplies to infants and young children 2. To request the Director to: a) Continue full support and cooperation
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Use of maternal and child health services and immunization coverage in Panama

... immunizations. Immunization BCG Poliomyelitis DPT Measles All children < 1 year old 34.6 23.5 23.8 23.0 (29.0 (18.6 (18.9 (18.2 - 40.2)b 28.4) 28.7) 27.8) “Eligible” childrena < 1 year old 34.6 39.2 40.1 44.4 (29.0 (31.5 (32.3 (33.7 - 40.2)b 46.7) 47.9) 55.1) Unweighted No. of “eligible” childrena 440 230 250 125 a“Eligible” children: for BCG vaccine, all children in the sample; ... high numbers of booster doses reported for children under one year of age could be due to excessive vaccine use or to a misreportTable 11. Percentages of the Panama survey children (1-5 years old) and U.S. children (1-4 years old) receiving complete primary poliomyelitis, DPT, and measles immunizations. % of children vaccinated Immunization Poliomyelitis DPT Measles 62.8 61.0 67.3 Panamaa USAb (60.2 ... campaigns that might have vaccinated children below the recommended age.) To surmount such problems, the survey data can be analyzed excluding children outside the eligible age groups. For example, the Panama survey data were adjusted to study DPT and poliomyelitis vaccination of children 6- 11 months of age and measles vaccination of children 9- 11 months of age.
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CD25.R26: International year of the child, 1979

... September – 6 October 1977 RESOLUTION CD25.R26 INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE CHILD, 1979 THE 25th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Bearing in mind the resolutions of the Economic and Social Council and of the General Assembly of the United Nations on the celebration in 1979 of an International Year of the Child, the basic purpose of which would be to emphasize at the decision-making ... International Year of the Child, 1979, to thank the Director for providing it, and to instruct him to promote the participation of the Pan American Health Organization in the preparation and implementation of plans underway in the Region to this end, in coordination with other international agencies, and particularly with the United Nations Children's Fund. 2. ... Governments to participate in the activities to be carried out in the countries of the Region in connection with the International Year of the Child, taking timely action to identify the most urgent national problems of children and going on to strengthen and expand the appropriate programs, placing special emphasis on aspects such as health education, nutrition, vaccination,
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Advances in pediatrics and child care in Cuba, 1959-1974

... M.D. 4 AND CHILD 2Helenio Ferrer Garcia, CARE IN CUBA, M.D.;3 and Childhood mortality in Cuba has declined considerably The present article describes key health activities helped to bring about this change. Thus the nation’s second-largest city, Santiago de Cuba, had only one small children’s hospital (with 48 beds) and only one children’s ward ... notify appropriate health personnel. In addition, pediatric hospitals and services report on the children they discharge who are suffering from any form of malnutrition. AND CHILD 15 CARE IN CUBA Care of School and Preschool Children Diseases of school and preschool children are diagnosed and treated at outpatient clinics. Should appropriate treatment be unavailable ... diseases (21). Schoolchild Mortality The annual rate of mortality among schoolchildren 5 to 14 years of age has been very low since 1962, ranging between 0.4 and 0.5 deaths per 1,000. The five leading causes of death among schoolchildren in 1973 are shown in Figure 11. Research Two national surveys relevant to pediatric AND CHILD CARE IN CUBA 23 care
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A maternal and child nutrition program in Costa Rica

... health. Nutritional Centers for Mothers and Children Costa Rica has the following facilities for a program against malnutrition in mothers and children: 104 nutrition centers; four nutrition rehabilitation centers with a combined capacity to treat 80 children at a time over a IO-hour stay; and one nutrition rehabilitation clinic, equipped to treat 40 children at a time during ... of underfed mothers and children in areas of the country where the problem is of serious proportions. Plan for a Campaign against Malnutrition This campaign begins in the children’s or prenatal clinic of the health centers mentioned above. In the child care clinic the following activities are carried out : Evaluation of the child. of the nutritional condition This ... Costa Rican colon is quoted at approximately US$O.15. 4A Mexican pediatrician and Director of the Children’s Hospital of Mexico City. 30 .. Diaz Amador - MATERNAL AND CHILD that accompanies the medical history of each child. Evaluatiqn of the diet. The child? ??s diet is evaluated on the basis of the nutrition report accompanying the weight chart.
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CD2.R4: Caracas Declaration on the Child Health

... to the child a harmonious physical and mental development must be based on the family unit, of which the child is an integral part, the maternal and child health services being entrusted to the national public health departments, which will maintain the closest possible contact and [cooperation] with the agencies concerned with maternal and child welfare." Oct. ... DECLARATION ON THE CHILD HEALTH THE 2nd DIRECTING COUNCIL, [Having carefully studied] the Caracas Declaration on the Health of the Child, RESOLVES 1. To record its enthusiastic approval of the Declaration as a set of principles and objectives that will serve as a standard and guide to all organizations interested in the health and well-being of the child. 2.
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Child nutrition in Latin America

... 44% of 1,007 children aged l-18 in Concepcion as having poor teeth, whereas but 19.5% had good teeth; Silva and Louvel in 192Qfound 40% of 2,238 children examined had poor teeth. Honorato about 1934 found “4th degree” caries in 40% of childrcn in one institution, in 38% of children in another, and in 74$& of those in a home for vagabond children . Coutts ... Sant,iago homes in 1931, found that in 30, with 57 children under five, no milk was consumed; in 25 without children under 10, the members consumed an average of + liter each; and in 56 homes with 107 children under five and 316 adults, the milk consumption was 118.1 CCdaily per person, which meant that if the children got al1 of it their share would be Q ... “pellagroid-beriberic syndrome” seen in poor children, especially Negroes), beriberi (Aballí and Escobar in 1941 reported nine cases in infants, and said the disease was fairly common) and rickets (of 596 children entering one ward of the Children’s Hospital, only three showed clinical symptoms of rickets, and among more 1942 1 CHILD NUTRITION 583 than 1,000
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Child nutrition in Latin America

... birth of the Child and for the child up to two years of age, and financia1 subsidies; and similar aid is often extended to or may be cont,racted for, the wife and children of the insured worker.z4 Child of the wet-nurse.-It was early realized that the Child of the wet-nurse (nodriza, amu) needed specisl protection, and also the Child for whom the nurse’s services ... study of children’s diseases became a special and important branch of medicine. Clinics for the diagnosis and treatment of children’s diseases were established in country after country. Moncorvo, Sr., had a Children’s Service in his Polyclinic in Rio de Janeiro (established in 1881), and endeavored to secure permission for the opening of a Children’s ... instance, the Mayan Zukuykak, Ixmol (goddessof childhood; one month, Mol, was devoted to her), and Ixchel (goddessof maternity) and the Aztec Ixtlílton or Tlaltetecuin (god of sick children) and Yoaltícitl (called on by midwives for assistance)-especially relied on for the care and protection of mothers and children ;’ . , . there were also customs and
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Brazilian popular healers as effective promoters of oral rehydration theraphy (ORT) and related child survival strategies

... 40% of the dehydrated child patients failed to return to the clinic-is avoided in the popular system. Rituals to remove “evil eye” last for three consecutive days, and strong “evil eye” requires nine return visits to “close the cure.” This custom is binding. If a child is too sick, healers call at home or the mother brings the child? ??s garment for blessing ... Trichzcti trichhra, Strongydoides stercoraZis,and hookworm occurring in 29% of a group of study children under five years old and in 65 % of those five or over (3). Additional data have indicated that moderate to severe malnutrition strikes 30% of the rural children in the northeast region (4), while 53.6 % of the “wealthier” and 10% of the “poorest” are ... consider most dangerous for small children in your community?” the response in 41.2% of the instances was “diarrhea,” “dehydration,” or a variety of folk-defined illnesses that incorporate these symptoms. Measles (26.4%) and pneumonia or other respiratory illnesses (17.2 % ) followed (unpublished data). A review of 535 childhood deaths occurring in the
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