Abstract: Background: Recent studies have implicated a direct relation between total antioxidant status of unstimulated saliva and dental caries, which can pave way in understanding the susceptibility of individuals for dental caries. Aim: To evaluate the Total Antioxidant Level (TAL) in unstimulated saliva of children, and to correlate the TAL with caries experience and periodontal health. Design: A total of 60 children, in the age group of 6-12 yrs, were included in the study. Children were divided
Organization upon acknowledging the significance of global mental health defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (WHO, 1946, p.1). This apt definition led the dictum that “there is no health without mental health” (WHO, 2004, p.10), with endorsements from reputable organisations such as the World Federation of Mental Health, EU Council of Ministers, etc., to gain a global momentum (Prince et al, 2007). There is a rapid
mental illness have demonstrated that mental illnesses are due to a complex interaction of social (including economic, environmental), psychological (personality, stress, coping style) and biological (genetic, brain abnormalities, neurotransmitter imbalance) factors. In developing countries like India, the social determinants of health such as poverty, low living standards and related factors have been associated with mental illness (Lund, et al., 2010). Low socio economic status, unemployment, illiteracy
followed as it was found to be ineffective to control the bug. Dr. Mohankumar, a local medical practitioner of Enmakaje Panchayath, observed that numbers of psychiatric and epileptic cases in his village were abnormally high. He felt the root of the problem lies in the water in the area. He kept a record of the entire cases coming for treatment for 10
INTRODUCTION Poverty in India is still a major issue even in this day and age. The population of people living below the poverty line in India is the highest in the world and the problem is not going away. Since India’s independence, the subject of poverty in India has remained a major concern. According to the common definition of poverty, when a person can no longer meet the required levels to maintain specified standard of living, they are considered poor .This becomes apparent after just a short
As garment industry is a leading sector in Bangladesh economy and labor conflict is a burning issue at present, a good number of books, reports, articles and publications of different organizations are available. In course of conducting this project, a number of literatures in this regard have been reviewed. Siddiqi (2004) in his book ‘The Readymade Garment Industry of Bangladesh’ discusses the importance of RMG industry in the national economy and notes, the RMG industry has become so important
this theme like if the neediness increments what are the strides that the administrations are taking? So I should know how this happens and what really the causes are which makes neediness and disparity to happen in many countries around the world GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Lion's share of the world's and countries are in condition of destitution, Why is this?
competitive process between businesses, and to ensure the benefits of consumers during the competitive process (Business Case Studies, n.d). Competition Act 1998 is also used to prohibit the anti-competitive agreements between businesses, and the abuse of a dominant position by a business. Businesses that infringe the act, will impose the financial penalty up to 10% of global turnover of the business.
The role of the population in deforestation is debatable issues in this worldwide. Population density is affect on deforestation which also give an impact to this controversy issues. Based on several study shows that poverty and overpopulation among countries are contributing to the major cause of deforestation or loss of growth of forest. Generally, many NGOs or other agencies belived that they can solve this problem or issues by encourage the development
Abstract This paper is based on the comparative study of teacher qualification, licensing, certification, and continuing professional development in Pakistan and Japan with regard to elementary and secondary schooling. It investigates the professional development of teachers in both countries and points out the differences and the issues pertinent to the preparation of teacher and identifies the flaws and calls for comprehensive reforms. This study also provides an insight into teaching trends in