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  • Elderly abuse in India: “It’s high time to speak up now for elderly rights and protection” December 9, 2017
    by Dr. Santosh K. Yatnatti India is the second most populated country in the world with the population of around 1.3 billion with old people accounting for 104 million. Out of which, 53 million are females and 51 million males. The decreased mortality rates and increased life expectancy have contributed to more percentage of elders compared to previous years […]
  • Early Skin-to-Skin Contact Between Mother and Newborn: A Focus on Barriers August 18, 2017
    by Pearl Anne Ante When neonates are born, they have to undergo major physiological adjustments outside the womb. Since they are not yet well adapted to the extra-uterine environment, they are susceptible to certain conditions such as low blood sugar, hypothermia, stress and infection. This period immediately after birth may represent a ‘sensitive period’ fo […]
  • Culture and tradition should not be an excuse for abuse August 18, 2017
    by Priscilla Ajiji In 2009, I was enrolled in my dad’s favorite boarding school. I say favorite because he could simply get an admission by making a phone call to the Headmaster. Why him? Well, that is another day’s story. I quickly made friends with Sarah, she hailed from the Sebei tribe, situated East of Uganda. During one of our
  • Achieving universal salt iodisation in the Philippines through health policy and promotion August 18, 2017
    by Julius Alejandre (Bangor University) Micronutrient deficiency has been a major public health concern especially in developing countries. This form of malnutrition does not just affect individuals and population groups, but also, a country as a whole – specifically in terms of human productivity and contribution to economic development. Deficiency in micro […]
  • PHIN Helping Hand program 2017 July 20, 2017
    by Pearl Anne Ante   This year PHIN organized a ‘Helping Hand’ program instead of the Buddy system from previous years to help incoming students not just to get acclimated to life in Paris, but also to guide them through the French administrative procedures.   To facilitate this program, we requested for the new students’ e-mails in order to have