Impact on domestic violence victims' women concerning mental health - Pandya P, Pathak S.

The present study has been finding to assess the impact on domestic violence victims' women concerning mental health. Domestic violence in India incorporates any type of violence experienced by an individual a natural family member, yet regularly is the...
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Introduction; Trauma is considered to be a major cause of morbidity and mortality all over the world. This is a descriptive study that emphasizes on the mechanism and patterns of trauma, with a consideration of why trauma code was activated, and the imagin...
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INTRODUCTION: over 90% of injuries and deaths still occur in low and middle-income countries like Tanzania due to Road traffic accidents. Available literature indicates that Tanzania suffers massive human and economic losses every year from RTAs despite se...
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Transit oriented development (TOD) has quickly developed as a well-known urban developing approach all around the world to achieve a spatial economic transport interaction. TOD does not only relate to mass transit, but it is a strategy to decongest nodal, ...
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This study aimed to analyze the effects of low temperatures on mortality in the main urban areas of Argentina during 2005-2015. METHODS: A time-series study with gen...
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) is increasingly viewed as a potentially serious disorder among sexually abused adolescents, not only because of the intense suffering it wreaks on young people, but also because of its adverse effect on biological, ps...
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Few would have expected the massive implications to the world population, economics and health care system following the first COVID-19 case from Wuhan China early December 2019. The first case in the Netherlands was seen on 27 February 2020. First a part ...
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PURPOSE: Race differences in health are pervasive in the United States. American-style football players are a racially diverse group with social status and other benefits that may reduce health disparities. Whether race disparities in health exist among fo...
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In response to the need to better define the natural history of emerging consciousness after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to better describe the characteristics of the condition commonly labeled Post-traumatic Amnesia, a case definition and diagnostic ...
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OBJECTIVE: To understand the perceptions of bus drivers as to the experiences at work and the impacts on their bodies. Methods: Descriptive study based on the phenomenological approach by scholar Maurice Merleau-Ponty, held at a bus garage in the...
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Another study IDs plasma proteins associated with PTSD, MCI, both in World Trade Center responders
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