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- Logaraj Ramakreshnan; Nasrin Aghamohammadi; Chng Saun Fong; Awang Bulgiba; Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki; Li Ping Wong; Nik Meriam Sulaiman
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2018 v.25 no.3 pp. 2096-2111
- asthma; children; databases; elderly; emissions; epidemiological studies; human physiology; laboratory experimentation; mental health; models; morbidity; mortality; neoplasms; planning; pollutants; risk; systematic review; throat; time series analysis; toxicity; South East Asia
- ... Seasonal haze episodes and the associated inimical health impacts have become a regular crisis among the ASEAN countries. Even though many emerging experimental and epidemiological studies have documented the plausible health effects of the predominating toxic pollutants of haze, the consistency among the reported findings by these studies is poorly understood. By addressing such gap, this review ...
- Tinde van Andel; Hugo J. de Boer; Joanne Barnes; Ina Vandebroek
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2014 v.155 no.2 pp. 992-1000
- World Health Organization; adverse effects; analgesics; childbirth; children; contraceptives; data collection; databases; drug therapy; drug toxicity; health programs; herbal medicines; indigenous knowledge; induced abortion; mechanism of action; medicinal plants; medicinal properties; menstruation; morbidity; parasympatholytics; placenta; risk; traditional medicine; women; Caribbean; Latin America; South Asia; South East Asia; Sub-Saharan Africa
- ... Menstrual disorders are generally not perceived as major health concerns by global health organizations, despite being disruptive to women׳s daily activities, particularly when access to sanitary facilities or analgesics is limited. Improving menstrual health requires access to safe and effective medication, but many women in Latin America, Africa or Asia prefer traditional medicine above modern r ...