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Continuing Educational Activities in Bioethics Can Improve Public Health Systems

DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2016.104

The Editor,

Sir,

All countries wants to meet the health and medical needs of their populations without bankrupting themselves or draining resources that serve other human needs and purposes. This comment is particularly important in Cuba because the Ministry of Public Health make deep effort to reach those goals facing a context characterized by privation of economic resources. 

Accepted: 
19 Apr, 2016
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e-Published: 28 Apr, 2016

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About the Foreskin: Parents’ Perceptions and Misconceptions

Issue: 
DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2012.251
Pages: 
484–9
Synopsis: 
The results of this study highlight that there is a lot of misunderstanding and ignorance of the facts relating to the function of the foreskin in children. There is an obvious need for better parent education.

ABSTRACT

Objective: To determine parents’ understanding of the foreskin, in an effort to improve parent education.

Accepted: 
17 Dec, 2012
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e-Published: 07 Jul, 2014

Physical Activity Levels of Senior Secondary School Students in Ibadan, Western Nigeria

Issue: 
Pages: 
529–34
Synopsis: 
Inactivity and low levels of physical activity are predisposing factors to many chronic diseases which are showing an increase in prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa generally. This study showed that adolescents are not involved in adequate physical activities that could safeguard their present and future well-being.

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e-Published: 15 Oct, 2013
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