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MOH Health Facts 2017

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Reports from the International Congress of Pediatrics 2013 (IPC)

Please find below files from the International Congress of Pediatrics 2013 (IPC), courtesy of Dr. Hemant Joshi, M.D.D Child Specialist, Joshi Children's Hospital...
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Nutrition in the First 1,000 Days

Every year, our State of the World’s Mothers report reminds us of the inextricable link between the well-being of mothers and their children. More than 90 years of experience on the ground have shown us that when mothers have health care, education and economic opportunity, both they and
their children have the best chance to survive and thrive.
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Children in an Urban world : State of the World's Children 2012

The day is coming when the majority of the world's children will grow up in cities and towns. Already, half of all people live in urban areas. By mid-century, over two thirds of the global population will call these places home. This report focuses on the children – more than one billion and counting – who live in urban settings around the world.
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Prevalence of Streptococcus pneumoniae serotypes causing invasive and non-invasive disease in South East Asia: A review

This review of prevalence of serotypes causing PD in South East Asia might be of interest to the ASAP fraternity. The serotypes covered under PCV10, Prevenar13 and PPV23 in Malaysia is based on this review.
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What We Don’t See

Sixty-eight years after the inaugural issue of The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Sir William Osler introduced the term “pediatrics.”
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Improving Childhood Vaccination Rates

Recently, the mother of a young child confessed to me that she didn’t know any parents who were following the recommended immunization schedule for their children. She said that when she told her pediatrician she’d like to follow an alternative schedule the physician had simply acquiesced,
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Self-Report for Childhood Anxiety Related Disorders (SCARED)

This tool screens children and adolescents age 8 and older for anxiety disorders. The SCARED screening tool is a standardized instrument to screen for child anxiety disorders in primary care and includes questions about shyness and specific anxieties.
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