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Pranoy Ghosh and Rupali Pitamber Thakur An Assessment of Risk Behaviors among the Adolescent Students

World Health Organization defined ‘adolescence’ as age group of 10-19 years. Being the period of transition from childhood to adulthood, it is the time to build healthy behavior, attitude and lifestyle that contribute to current and future health.Serious health and safety issues such as motor vehicle crashes, violence, injuries from aggression and suicidal ideation often aggravated by alcohol and illicit drugs, increased susceptibility to chronic diseases from substance use, and risky sexual behaviors from sexual experimentation can adversely affect adolescent population.Given the nature and consequences of adolescent risk behaviors there is an imperative need to understand the entire array of these interrelated risk behaviors and promote activities to alter the circumstances that give rise to and sustain such cluster.A community based descriptive type of study, conducted in cross sectional design among 1109 school going adolescents belongs to class IX-XII in the district of Burdwan, West Bengal. The objectives of the study were: 1.To assess certain risk behaviors among the adolescent students 2.To compare whether the findings varied between age, sex and urban-rural differences.

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Jung Sim Jun Spirituality, Stress, and Depression among Older Adults

This study examined the relationship between stress and depression, and the mediating role of spiritual factors (spiritual experience, spiritual coping, and forgiveness) among 316 older adults, 65 years or older in assisted living facilities (ALFs). Hierarchical regression analysis revealed that a high level of stress was associated with a high level of depression among older residents. For male residents, a Sobel test indicated that the direct coefficient of stress on depression decreased when spiritual coping and forgiveness were mediated. However, there was no significant mediating role of spiritual factors for stress and depression among female residents. This study suggests the importance of providing spiritual support for older men who are dealing with significant stress as a way to minimize depressive symptoms.

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Borkotoky Chandrani Parental Encouragement and Academic Achievement of Adolescents

Academic achievement is now considered as a glittering crown for the students. There are many factors which affect students' academic achievement. Although these factors cannot be seen visually, but its impact can be felt in all spheres. One cannot underestimate the role of these factors upon achievement. With this background an attempt was made to study the association between parental encouragement and academic achievement of adolescents. The book also deals with the several factors associated with academic achievement of adolescents.

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Ezechukwu Awgu,Stephen Magura and Chris Coryn Social Capital's Effect on Depression Among Adolescents

Social Capital's Effect on Depression Among Adolescents provides readers with methods to evaluate depression and substance abuse and understanding of social factors that shape the health behaviors and choices among adolescents. These help decision makers and health professionals to effectively design interventions to reduce mental illnesses. To convey these principles, the authors use structural equation modeling to investigate whether youth cognitive and structural social capital predict depression among adolescents. Outstanding Features: - Covers the methods of selecting and differentiating variables into structural and cognitive social capital. - Uses theoretical models to examine the association between social capital (structural and cognitive) and depression. - Discusses the use of findings by decision makers and health professionals to design and disseminate plans to reduce the risk factors of depression and substance abuse among adolescents - Includes explanations of relevant statistical tables, figures, and procedures.

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Badria Munir Career Trends in Female Medical Students. A study at Allama Iqbal Medical College / Jinnah Hospital, Lahore

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Medicine - Other, Allama Iqbal Medical College, language: English, abstract: The purpose of the study is to investigate the Career choices among medical students. The area that is to explore in this research will be helpful for the students to determine the effects of selection, educational background, age and gender on strength of motivation to attend and pursue medical school.Choosing a specialty is a complex process and may be influenced by several factors. There were some changes in the career choices of medical students. Interest in some specialties like surgery, pediatrics, and obstetrics & gynecology declined

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Nazurah Abdul Rahman Factors Affecting the Level of English Proficiency

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2016 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: A, International Islamic University Malaysia, course: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) English for International Communication, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting the level of English proficiency among International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) undergraduate students. A set of questionnaires were distributed online and data from a sample of 75 students were collected through Google Forms. Two demographic factors, namely gender and years of learning English, were used as the variables. The finding of the study suggests that the factors affecting the level of English proficiency among IIUM undergraduate students were not affected by gender but were affected by the duration of learning English. The factors that were contributing to the level of English proficiency among IIUM undergraduate students were language anxiety, students' attitude and also peers, parental and teacher influences. Besides, the study also revealed that there is no significant relationship between cultural stereotypes and students' performance in second language acquisition. The level of English proficiency among Malaysian students are often questioned. Despite learning English for almost 10 years in school, the majority of Malaysian students still encounter difficulties in using the language effectively especially i...

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Amitis Ramezani Risk factors for human brucellosis in Iran

Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease of worldwide distribution and is associated with serious consequences for public health, long term treatments, slow recovery and serious sequelae in the musculoskeletal and nervous system in some cases. Several variables are associated with the acquisition of human brucellosis such as consumption of unpasteurized milk and dairy products, exposure to infected domestic animals, herding and being in a family that had brucellosis index case. Despite its control in many countries, human brucellosis still remains a public health problem in other regions. This book explored various risk factors associated with brucellosis acquisition. Most of these variables are modifiable, and efforts should be focused on public health education regarding the disease and its risk factors, improvements in recognition and notification systems and active cooperation between health and veterinary ministries to reduce the incidence of the disease.

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Judith Museve and George Gongera Uptake of VCT Services Among University Students in Kenya

Despite 90% of HIV prevention programs targeting the youth, VCT is not taken by all. The rate of HIV VCT among the youth is persistently low with studies showing that only a small proportion of youth had undergone VCT in Kenya (KDHS, 2003;Adam and Mutungi,2007; LVCT, 2007). Although various studies showed that there is high level of awareness among the youth with majority acknowledging the importance of VCT, there was need to investigate the probable reasons for low uptake of VCT amongst university students. This study aimed at determining the factors associated with the uptake of the service at MKU was paramount to informing ways of improving the reach and quality of VCT services among the University going students.

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Sheroz Ramzan, Anam Shafique Factors accelerating Code Switching-Mixing among Bilingual Students

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2015 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: A+, University of the Punjab (Institute of Education and Research), course: English, language: English, abstract: The aim of this study is to find the major factors that accelerate code switching/mixing among bilingual students in Lahore. These factors are divided into the categories of general, linguistic and language, social and situational factors. In this study the difference between these factors are also explored.We used quantitative research approach in that we used instrument close ended questionnaires and data was collected from the students of University of the Punjab, Lahore. Data has been analyzed by use of software SPSS. Data analysis showed that there is a significance difference between language/linguistic factors and social/situational factors. The students switch/mix more due to language and linguistic factors as compared to social and situational factors.

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Muhingi Wilkins Ndege Factors Affecting Academic Performance Among Secondary School Students

Globally, educating a nation remains the most vital strategy for the development of the society throughout the developing world.Kenya is not an exception. There are factors that affect academic performance among secondary school students. This book presents those factors as including: Individual factors, Carer factors, School and environment factors and Other factors like language used at home.Parental involvement and commitment in academic matters of their children seem to be big issues affecting academic achievement. Whatever is presented here is a culmination of a thorough research pertaining to the same, a case study of Ngong centre for open Learning a learning institution in Rift valley Province, Kenya.

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Leta Tesfaye Hordofa Voluntary HIV Counselling and Testing in Ethiopia

Since its emergence in early 1980's, HIV/AIDS remains a global health problem of unmatched dimensions. It has caused millions of death globally and has led to deep demographic changes mainly in most heavily affected countries. Voluntary HIV counselling and testing (VCT) is one of the key strategies in the HIV/AIDS prevention and control programs. However, utilization of these services has been reported to be low mainly among adult men even though they are yet the key decision makers both at home, at the workplace, in the parliament as well as at religious institutions. The book presents the prevalence and factors associated with voluntary HIV counselling and testing services utilization among adult men (aged 15-59 years) in Ethiopia. This book can be interesting for health professionals, concerned government bodies, HIV/AIDS prevention activists as well students.

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Mesri Fakhri, Ramzi Samad, Hajilo Jalil Gender, Age Differences in College Students Degree of Depression

Depression is a disorder which reveals a great impact on the general health of individuals as well as students'.It affects the young, the old and the adult working population, impacting on quality of life,economic activity, learning,social and cultural life and people's ability to participate in their communities and to be included in everyday life.College students with depression often run into more difficulties than the typical students.This study aimed to assess the emergence of age and gender differences in depression.50 students(25 male, 25 female)(in the 17-24 age group)from Salmas Payame Noor University have been studied.Beck Depression Inventory Questionnaire has been collecting and analyzing. Data analysis has been done with Statistical Package for Social Sciences(SPSS)software.T test&Pearson Correlation were used to analyze the collected data.The result of this study showed that female more than male students are depressed.In other words,among students female student ssuffer from depression than male students. Also, there was no significant effect of age on depression.

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Alnafisi Hala, Awad Abdolmoneim Knowledge of Cardiovascular Disease and its Risk Factors in Kuwait

This book assesses the knowledge of CVD among the population in Kuwait. The study was designed to determine the current level of knowledge about cardiovascular disease (CVD), its symptoms and risk factors among Kuwaiti individuals, and their behavior towards CVD. It also assessed the public's views of the role of the pharmacist in the management and prevention o CVD. The book will help researchers and community to assess the knowledge of CVD in their countries compared to Kuwait.

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John Muraguri, Peter Keiyoro Influences of Degree Choices Among Females in Kenyan Universities .

This study aimed at investigating the factors influencing choice of degree courses among female students at the University of Nairobi in the 2010/2011 cohort. Factors affecting choice of degree courses has been of concern especially as it directly impacts on the Government policy on Gender(GoK ,2005) that requires 30% of all jobs be held by women across all careers. A knowledge gap exists on the reasons for undergraduate female students choices of various degrees courses at university level. Reasons influencing the career choices among women students has been postulated to include self-efficacy, socio-economic factors, gender factors and lack of adequate information or poor career guidance. The moderating and intervening variables such as university admission criteria, performance at the National examinations, family background and , teachers and peer influence, school facilities, national education policies have been found in this study as possible contributing factors to the choice of degree courses and careers among female students in Universities in Kenya.

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Aziah Daud, Rusli Nordin, Than Winn Job Stress among Laboratory Technicians

Job strain is the harmful physical and emotional responses that can happen when there is a conflict between job demands on the employee and the amount of control an employee has over meeting these demands. Job-related depression may often be initiated by high levels of long-term job stress, failure associated with stress-related under-performance, or by life crises. Job-related depression is a clinical illness and the workers should take this seriously. This study is aimed at identifying the psychosocial characteristics of job strain and the relationship between psychosocial job factors and depression in laboratory technicians in HUSM and KKM Hospitals. Results showed that the majority of laboratory technicians in HUSM and KKM Hospitals were classified as passive. However, the proportion of high strain group was the second highest after passive group in both HUSM and KKM Hospitals. Job insecurity, physical exertion, and total psychological stressor are the significant risk factors of job strain in laboratory technicians in HUSM. However, the significant risk factors of job strain for laboratory technicians in KKM Hospitals are physical exertion and total psychological stressor.

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Wesen Altaye Contraceptive Use and Associated Factors among Female Students in Wolaita Sodo ATVET College, Southern Ethiopia

Scientific Study from the year 2016 in the subject Health Science, grade: A, , course: health, language: English, abstract: Contraceptive use by sexually active female students in a College setting is both practical and intelligent. Reliable, consistent, and therapeutically correct contraceptive use prevents unintended pregnancies and assures a greater likelihood of uninterrupted or impeded higher education for the young woman. The objective of this study was to assess contraceptive use and identify the factors associated with contraceptive use.An institutional based cross-sectional survey was conducted among 1067 female college students of Wolaita Soddo ATVET from October 21, 2016 to November 9, 2016. Multistage sampling technique with Probabilities proportional to size was used. After data collection, each questionnaire was checked for completeness and consistency. Data was analyzed by manually then different frequency tables, graphs and descriptive summaries were used to describe the study variables and 95% Confidence Intervals to adjust for possible confounding variables.

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2016 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: A, International Islamic University Malaysia, course: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) English for International Communication, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting the level of English proficiency among International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) undergraduate students. A set of questionnaires were distributed online and data from a sample of 75 students were collected through Google Forms. Two demographic factors, namely gender and years of learning English, were used as the variables. The finding of the study suggests that the factors affecting the level of English proficiency among IIUM undergraduate students were not affected by gender but were affected by the duration of learning English. The factors that were contributing to the level of English proficiency among IIUM undergraduate students were language anxiety, students' attitude and also peers, parental and teacher influences. Besides, the study also revealed that there is no significant relationship between cultural stereotypes and students' performance in second language acquisition. The level of English proficiency among Malaysian students are often questioned. Despite learning English for almost 10 years in school, the majority of Malaysian students still encounter difficulties in using the language effectively especially i...

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