health determinants of children at mining

health determinants of children at mining

Determinants and development of a web-based child ...

2017-3-1  Background. Improving child health and reducing child mortality rate are key health priorities in developing countries. This study aimed to identify determinant sand develop, a web-based child mortality prediction model in Ethiopian local language using classification data mining algorithm.

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Determinants of reproductive health and related quality of ...

Results: Reproductive health and quality of life was low among Indian women in mining communities. Higher age groups, better economic status, higher age at menarche, fewer number of children, absence of long-term illness, reproductive illness and domestic violence were important determinants of reproductive health and quality of life among ...

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Exploring the determinants of health and wellbeing in ...

2017-8-3  Theoretical framework: Health needs assessment. This study utilised an HNA model to investigate the communities of interest. HNAs are a systematic tool to explore and identify inequalities and health priorities and are useful in identifying health gaps and trends [].An HNA starts with a population rather than a project and underpinning the HNA approach is the social determinants of

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(PDF) Metalliferous Mine Dust: Human Health Impacts and ...

Metalliferous Mine Dust: Human Health Impacts and the Potential Determinants of Disease in Mining Communities. ... and sex affe ct health, wit h children an d women

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Mining is bad for health: a voyage of discovery SpringerLink

2019-7-9  Mining continues to be a dangerous activity, whether large-scale industrial mining or small-scale artisanal mining. Not only are there accidents, but exposure to dust and toxins, along with stress from the working environment or managerial pressures, give rise to a range of diseases that affect miners. I look at mining and health from various personal perspectives: that of the ordinary man ...

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Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and health

2021-9-7  small-scale gold mining, the steps and processes involved and some basic characteristics of workers and populations engaged in this activity. A detailed overview of ASGM-related health hazards is also provided together with a description of ways in which ASGM has an impact on the environment and on environmental determinants of health.

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A novel application of a data mining technique to study ...

This is particularly important in Canada, where mental health and mental illness have become major health burdens in both children and adults (Freeman et al., 2011). In this paper, we explore the novel application of a data mining technique to see whether gender-based mental health differences cluster around other social, biological or ...

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Social and environmental determinants of child health in ...

2017-10-30  To understand the effect of economic growth on health, we investigated the trend in socio-economic and regional determinants of child health in Mongolia. This Central Asian country had the fastest economic growth amongst low and middle-income countries (LMICs) from 2000 to 2010 and a healthcare system in transition. Data was from Mongolian multiple indicator cluster surveys (MICS) in

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Determinants of health

2017-2-3  The determinants of health include: the social and economic environment, the physical environment, and. the person’s individual characteristics and behaviours. The context of people’s lives determine their health, and so blaming individuals for having poor health or crediting them for good health is

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The Determinants of Child Labor: Theory and Evidence

2008-5-22  raise household income. If a quality-child is a normal good, then education will rise. • An increase in the mother’s wage increases the opportunity cost of each birth, thereby lowering the optimal family size. To the extent that child quality is a substitute for child quantity, the fall in

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Prevalence and Determinants of Childhood Lead Poisoning

2014-3-1  Lead poisoning is a great public health concern in the Nigerian state of Zamfara due to widespread gold ore mining by artisan miners using rudimentary and unsafe processing techniques. Children aged ≤6 years are especially vulnerable to lead poisoning, which accounts for 0.6% of the global burden of disease.

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Exploring the determinants of health and wellbeing in ...

2017-8-3  Theoretical framework: Health needs assessment. This study utilised an HNA model to investigate the communities of interest. HNAs are a systematic tool to explore and identify inequalities and health priorities and are useful in identifying health gaps and trends [].An HNA starts with a population rather than a project and underpinning the HNA approach is the social determinants of

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Changes in socioeconomic determinants of health in a ...

2021-9-13  The health surveys measured selected health outcomes and determinants of health. These included socioeconomic indicators at the household level to assess socioeconomic status in a nationally comparable way, such as possession of assets, cooking fuel, housing material and drinking water infrastructure ( Rutstein and Johnson, 2004 ).

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Determinants of reproductive health and related quality of ...

2011-4-21  Reproductive health and quality of life was low among Indian women in mining communities. Higher age groups, better economic status, higher age at menarche, fewer number of children, absence of long-term illness, reproductive illness and domestic violence were important determinants of reproductive health and quality of life among these women ...

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Social and environmental determinants of child health in ...

2017-10-30  To understand the effect of economic growth on health, we investigated the trend in socio-economic and regional determinants of child health in Mongolia. This Central Asian country had the fastest economic growth amongst low and middle-income countries (LMICs) from 2000 to 2010 and a healthcare system in transition. Data was from Mongolian multiple indicator cluster surveys (MICS) in

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The Determinants of Child Labor: Theory and Evidence

2008-5-22  raise household income. If a quality-child is a normal good, then education will rise. • An increase in the mother’s wage increases the opportunity cost of each birth, thereby lowering the optimal family size. To the extent that child quality is a substitute for child quantity, the fall in

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Abstract - Environmental Health Perspectives

2002-4-1  Lead poisoning prevention requires knowledge of lead sources and of appropriate residential lead standards. Data are severely lacking on lead sources for Native American children, many of whom live in rural areas. Further, the relation of mining waste to blood lead concentrations (BPbs) of rural children is controversial. In collaboration with the eight tribes of northeastern Oklahoma, we ...

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Socioeconomic inequalities in food ... - BMC Public Health

2020-8-4  Food insecurity and malnutrition in children are pervasive public health concerns in Zimbabwe. Previous studies only identified determinants of food insecurity and malnutrition with very little efforts done in assessing related inequalities and decomposing the inequalities across household characteristics in Zimbabwe. This study explored socioeconomic inequalities trend in child health using ...

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Practical lessons in using indicators of determinants of ...

1999-12-1  ‘A health shop supplying information and providing a meeting point for people to exchange information’ Eindhoven Netherlands ‘Health information through video text’ Gothenburg Sweden ‘There are health-promoting travelling exhibitions in information centres, libraries and local city offices.

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Determinants and development of a web-based child ...

Background Improving child health and reducing child mortality rate are key health priorities in developing countries. This study aimed to identify determinant sand develop, a web-based child mortality prediction model in Ethiopian local language using classification data mining algorithm.

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Prevalence and Determinants of Childhood Lead Poisoning

2014-3-1  Lead poisoning is a great public health concern in the Nigerian state of Zamfara due to widespread gold ore mining by artisan miners using rudimentary and unsafe processing techniques. Children aged ≤6 years are especially vulnerable to lead poisoning, which accounts for 0.6% of the global burden of disease.

Read More
Exploring the determinants of health and wellbeing in ...

2017-8-3  Theoretical framework: Health needs assessment. This study utilised an HNA model to investigate the communities of interest. HNAs are a systematic tool to explore and identify inequalities and health priorities and are useful in identifying health gaps and trends [].An HNA starts with a population rather than a project and underpinning the HNA approach is the social determinants of

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Determinants and development of a web-based child ...

2016-11-28  Improving child health and reducing child mortality rate are key health priorities in developing countries. This study aimed to identify determinant sand develop, a web-based child mortality prediction model in Ethiopian local language using classification data mining algorithm.Decision tree (using J48 algorithm) and rule induction (using PART algorithm) techniques were applied on 11,654 ...

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Determinants of reproductive health and related quality of ...

2011-4-21  Reproductive health and quality of life was low among Indian women in mining communities. Higher age groups, better economic status, higher age at menarche, fewer number of children, absence of long-term illness, reproductive illness and domestic violence were important determinants of reproductive health and quality of life among these women ...

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Social and environmental determinants of child health in ...

2017-10-30  To understand the effect of economic growth on health, we investigated the trend in socio-economic and regional determinants of child health in Mongolia. This Central Asian country had the fastest economic growth amongst low and middle-income countries (LMICs) from 2000 to 2010 and a healthcare system in transition. Data was from Mongolian multiple indicator cluster surveys (MICS) in

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Reduce exposure to mercury in children — EH‑09 - Health

2021-6-27  Exposure to mercury can damage the brain, lungs, gums, and other parts of the body. Mercury is released into the air from burning coal and trash, mining, and smelting — and mercury from industrial waste can get into water. Tracking mercury in the environment and in children’s blood or urine is critical for reducing exposure.

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Selected indicators and determinants of women’s health in ...

2018-5-1  Therefore, potential health risks due to sectors other than health, including the extractive industry (e.g. oil, gas and mining) should be identified at the feasibility stage and subsequently be mitigated and monitored by means of health-related targets, including social, economic and environmental determinants of health [1, 4].

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Practical lessons in using indicators of determinants of ...

1999-12-1  BACKGROUND. This paper describes work undertaken as part of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Healthy Cities Project in Europe. The Healthy Cities Project encompasses a variety of people, institutions, cultures and activities ().The participating cities

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