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Simian malaria in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD041608080439
Author(s) :
Benjamin D. Cabrera, Lee M. Howard
Source Document :
Science Magazine. August 1961; Vol. 134 ( 3478 ) : p. 555-556 (Periodical)
Abstract :
The first field study of simian malaria in the Philippines found that malaria occurred in 8.6 percent of the animals tested. Although based on a very limited study, this report suggests that the simian reservoir of malaria is probably of limited significance for the human population in the Philippin . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Radiosensitivity of lymphocytes among Filipinos: Final report.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD041608020425
Author(s) :
E E. Poblete, FI S. Medina, C P. Aguilar, J S. Gregorio
Source Document :
Government Reports Announcements & amp; Incex (GRA. 1997 ( 15 ) (Periodical)
Abstract :
This report is about the studies on the radiosensitivity of Filipino lymphocytes to radiation that can elucidate on the potential of blood chromosomes as biological dosimeters. The objective of this study is to determine the radiosensitivity of lymphocytes among Filipinos and to establish the radiat . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Prevalence of diabetes and metabolic syndrome in Filipina-American women.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD041608010402
Author(s) :
E Barrett-Connor, D Wingard, M Rosario
Source Document :
Nutrition Research Newsletter. May 2002; Vol. 21 ( 5 ) : p. 2 (Periodical)
Abstract :
Filipinos make up the largest and fastest growing Asian population in California. Unfortunately, the prevalence of diseases such as diabetes and conditions including the metabolic syndrome in Filipinos residing in the United States are unknown. Concerning evidence exists showing elevated rates of ge . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Hospital-based retrospective assessment of dengue infection among Filipinos.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD032708020302
Author(s) :
Fem Julia Paladin, Maria Rosario Z. Capeding
Source Document :
Dengue Bulletin. December 1997; Vol. 21 (Periodical)
Abstract :
Dengue infection has increasingly become a significant public health problem in the Philippines. Clinical and; laboratory data of confirmed dengue infections in children and adults admitted and referred at a research; centre for infectious diseases over an eight-year period (1986-1994) were reviewed . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Camp phenomenon between vibrio cholerae biotype el tor and staphylococcal B-hemolysin .

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD030808020323
Author(s) :
R C. Rockhill, M Lesmana
Source Document :
Government Reports Announcements & amp; Incex (GRA. 1986 ( 5 ) (Periodical)
Abstract :
TD3: A CAMP phenomenon was demonstrated by Vibrio cholerae biotype El Tor and B-lysin producing Staphylococcus aureus in 5 percent sheep red blood cells-tryptic soy agar medium. All 394 El Tor vibrio strains tested, all showed a crescent-shaped hemolysis (positive CAMP) when the cultures were incuba . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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DOTS-Plus in the Philippines, a high-burden country: Funds needed.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD022808020255
Author(s) :
T Tupasi
Source Document :
Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2002; Vol. 80 ( 6 ) : p. 497 (Periodical)
Abstract :
In this article, Thelma Tupasi describes the rational framework made by Pablos-Mendez etal. for finding a solution against multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in the Philippines. This paper suggests that funds for Direct Observation Treatment-Short Course-Plus are urgently needed. (Author)
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Appreciative Community Mobilization (ACM) increases contraceptive use in the Philippines .

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD022708010240
Author(s) :
O Mendoza, L H. Grabman, N Pasion, G Snetro
Source Document :
At A Glance. August 2003 : p. 1-8 (Periodical)
Abstract :
This issue of At A Glance focuses on the application of Appreciative Community Mobilization (ACM) to improve use of family planning (FP) in the Philippines. Contraceptive prevalence increased from 38 percent in 2002 to 45 percent in 2003. Marginalized groups in the community particularly benefited f . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Philippines 2003: Results from the National Demographic and Health Survey.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD022308020216
Source Document :
Studies on Family Planning. September 2005; Vol. 36 ( 3 ) : p. 251-255 (Periodical)
Abstract :
Philippines National Demographic and Health Survey 2003 (NDHS) was conducted by the National Statistics Office with technical assistance from the MEASURE/DHS+ Program of ORC Macro. Data for the nationally representative NDHS were collected from 12,586 households, and complete interviews were conduct . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Food habits of households in selected communities in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC971810
Source Document :
FNP News. (Periodical)
Abstract :
National efforts directed towards the prevention of malnutrition, to be effective and to have long-term effects, require an understanding of the social, economic, and cultural processes. The kind and amount of foods consumed are to determine and compare food habits of families in selected communitie . . .
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The growing legions of the landless.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC940922
Author(s) :
Eckholm E
Source Document :
People. (Periodical)
Abstract :
The growing landlessness due to uneven land tenure, uneven development, and rapid population growth results in ecological degradation and loss of wild areas. Most of the poor population are rural landless laborers, sharecroppers, and marginal farmers. In noncommunist Asia, 30% of the rural lab . . .
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