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Stillbirth Fetus Death

Abstract: Feto-infant mortality is increasing worldwide. Stillbirth is defined as uterofetal death at 20 weeks of gestation or greater. Stillbirths contribute as a primary factor to the growing magnitude of feto-infant mortality. The reasons for stillbirth are usually not reported. In many cases, the specific cause of fetal death remains unknown. The key risk factors […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5654 Topics: Genetic Disorder, Gestational Diabetes, Maternal Health, Pregnancy, Public Health

Methodology Survey Sisterhood

CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY Introduction In this chapter, the methodology of this study is presented. This chapter also aims to justify the research design. The theoretical and practical concerns of using a population-based approach and the indirect sisterhood method in particular, are explored. This chapter also discusses the data collection procedure involving staffing and recruitment of […]

Pages: 41 Words: 12361 Topics: Midwife, Midwifery, Pregnancy, Research
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Nursing Dissertations – Post Natal Depression

Antidepressants are they a safe and effective choice for the treatment of postnatal depression? This review assessed the evidence concerning the effectiveness and safety of antidepressants in the management of postnatal depression. This would facilitate evidence-based clinical decisions in the treatment of patients. Data was sourced from several electronic Athens-based and free databases covering the […]

Pages: 38 Words: 11252 Topics: Breastfeeding, Health Care, Major Depressive Disorder, Postpartum Depression, Pregnancy, Research

Recent Law in Iran

MEMORANDUM To Anna Neistat Senior Director of Amnesty International “Recent law in Iran Regarding Contraceptive Measures; Proposed Strategies and Course of Action” Summery Everybody has the right to decide about his/her body without external interference. This right includes decisions regarding the pregnancy and contraceptive measures. In other words, generally no one can impose binding norms […]

Pages: 10 Words: 3064 Topics: Abortion, Human Rights, Information, Justice, Pregnancy, Reproductive Rights, Rights, Social Issues

The Legal and Ethical Implications of Abortions and Conscientious Objection

Case Title: Samantha Broughton – Term 2 Describe the case as concisely as possible. Samantha is a 15 year old school student with a previous history of miscarriage. She is in a sexual relationship with Tom who is 17 years old and has been prescribed oral contraceptives as a method of birth control. After failing […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1652 Topics: Abortion, Pregnancy

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Constent (Advice Style Answer)

Question 1 In this question, there are two main issues to be considered. Firstly, whether Gwen has the capacity to give consent to sterilisation and secondly, whether Gwen has the capacity to refuse to go to hospital for the kidney tests. The Sterilisation The fundamental issue for Gwen is whether she has capacity to consent […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2151 Topics: Autonomy, Disability, Information, Learning Disability, Physician, Pregnancy, Social Institutions

Pregnancy Genetic Testing

Marshaee’ Knowles Prenatal Genetic Testing Many medical advances are being made today in the area of genetics. One of the most talked about is prenatal genetic testing. The purpose of prenatal genetic testing is to obtain information on a baby’s health before they are born. This new technology will definitely improve the quality of human […]

Pages: 2 Words: 645 Topics: Disease, Genetic Disorder, Health Care, Pregnancy, Public Health

Abortion: Pro Choice – Essay

Abortion, the termination of pregnancy before the fetus is capable of independent life, has been practiced since ancient times. With records dating to 1550 BC, it’s no question that abortion techniques have been used throughout the ages as an effective form of birth control. Pregnancies were terminated through a number of methods, including the use […]

Pages: 2 Words: 644 Topics: Abortion, Pregnancy

Persuasive Essay: Abortion

Persuasive Essay An abortion is defined as the termination of a pregnancy by the removal of a fetus/embryo from the uterus resulting in death. I do not see how that cannot be considered as murder. When a life is purposefully taken by another person, it is murder. There are many other options for mothers that […]

Pages: 1 Words: 338 Topics: Abortion, Birth Control, Child, Family Planning, Mother, Pregnancy, Women's Rights

We do Abotions Here, Textual Analysis

Marie Allbee Sallie Tisdale “We Do Abortions Here” In this paper, you will hear about a nurse’s experiences working at an abortion clinic from a literary and professional nursing prospective. It takes place in the 1970’s when it was legal to perform these procedures. Sallie Tisdale offers you a very detailed and upfront explanation of […]

Pages: 2 Words: 450 Topics: Abortion, Health Care, Pregnancy, Reproductive Rights, Social Issues, Women's Rights

No Different than Murder

Abortion: No Different Than Murder By Emily Dedert English 102 John Wood Community College Professor Fodor 11/16/2008 There are approximately 3,700 unborn children that die a day in the United States. These deaths are not due miscarriages or stillbirths because they are no accidents. These deaths are intentional and deliberate due to abortions. Abortion is […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1783 Topics: Abortion, Birth Control, Human Sexuality, Murder, Pregnancy, Public Health, Reproductive Rights, Women'S Health

The Bittersweet Effects of Abortion

Abortion has been an ongoing issue, it continues to spread in a way of not stopping because we live in a world where the economy is constantly falling in a way that doesn’t allow some people to reach a successful stable life as in people who are becoming pregnant. Certain decisions must be made when […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1710 Topics: Abortion, Anxiety, Child, Experience, Family, Human Rights, Pregnancy, Single Parent

Difficulties Placed on Women by American Society Expectations

The world revolves around demeaning women through the depiction of gender roles as fixed and irrefutable. Most women around the world feel that they are suffering an assault from conservative minds that try to keep them insignificant. In the United States, the restrictions imposed on women in regards to birth control and abortion is a […]

Pages: 3 Words: 932 Topics: Employment Discrimination, Employment, Gender Roles, Pregnancy, Responsibility, United States

Malaria Disease

Introduction Malaria is one disease that has troubled the human race for quite a long time. Malaria claims over 500,000 diseases annually, with most of those being children below the age of five years. The treatment of malaria has experienced some considerable developments from when it was discovered that the disease was caused by a […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1480 Topics: Disease, Epidemiology, Health Care, Malaria, Microbiology, Pregnancy, Public Health

Rogerian Argument: against Pro-Choice

In January 1973, the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade declared it the woman’s decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy. This was the case that legalized abortions worldwide. Abortion is a highly controversial topic and many people have different opinions on it. Pro-lifers think it’s morally wrong to kill an innocent child, while […]

Pages: 2 Words: 698 Topics: Abortion, Family Planning, Medical Ethics, Pregnancy, Reproductive Rights, Rogerian Argument, Social Issues, Women's Rights

The Correlation of Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Addiction does not have any specific targets and it is surreal to think that anyone from any age, race, background, gender, and ethnicity can become affected with substance abuse from harmful drugs and alcohol. This of course includes pregnant women. Normally, a woman goes through a very joyful and exciting stage when she finds out […]

Pages: 2 Words: 526 Topics: Drug Abuse, Pregnancy, Public Health, Social Issues, Substance Abuse

The Life of a Social Worker

Description of Social Problem Social workers have made a commitment to advocating for and supporting individuals in need regardless of income, race, gender, and other identities (National Association of Social Workers [NASW], 2017). While this is a value of the profession, there is need for more social workers to support specific communities. For example, there […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2033 Topics: Community Health, Health Care, Medicaid, Poverty, Pregnancy, Social Issues, Social Work

Social Workers and Underserved Communities Addressing Healthcare Disparities in Michigan

Description of Social Problem Social workers have made a commitment to advocating for and supporting individuals in need regardless of income, race, gender, and other identities (National Association of Social Workers [NASW], 2017). While this is a value of the profession, there is need for more social workers to support specific communities. For example, there […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2033 Topics: Community Health, Health Care, Medicaid, Poverty, Pregnancy, Social Issues, Social Work

The Influence of Teenage Pregnancy Reality Shows

There are 200 episodes of Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant combined, with up to 2 million viewers per episode. The reality television show goes through the life of teenage mothers and their pregnancy. The teenage mothers express their mindset of being a young mother and insights on their lives. Lauren Dolgen, the creator of […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1356 Topics: Adolescence, Interpersonal Relationships, Pregnancy, Social Cognitive Theory, Social Institutions, Social Psychology, Teenage Pregnancy

Teenage Pregnancy and Moral Taboo

In today’s society, it is not unusual to correlate teenage pregnancy with a form of moral taboo. Though humanity does not embrace this issue, amongst 15 to 17-year-olds, the pregnancy rate is 38.7 per 1,000 girls as of 2017. Within the United States alone, the same age group contributes 11% of births total. When teenagers […]

Pages: 2 Words: 673 Topics: Adolescence, Interpersonal Relationships, Mental Health, Parenting, Pregnancy, Social Institutions, Teenage Pregnancy

Teen Pregnancy is an Epidemic

In recent years a total of 22.3 per 1,000 women between the ages of fifteen and nineteen became pregnant in America (Source 1). This continues to still a be a large amount of teenagers that become pregnant each year but the percentages have fallen by eight percent since 2014. Teenage pregnancy is still a serious […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1275 Topics: Adolescence, Hypertension, Poverty, Pregnancy, Social Issues, Teenage Pregnancy, United States

The Effects of Teenage Pregnancy

The Effects Pregnancy Have on Teens Teen pregnancy has many damaging effects on teenagers. Education may be put on hold when a teen becomes pregnant. For example, Medical complications often occur in pregnant teenagers. Having a baby is expensive, financial difficulty may arise during a teen pregnancy or after the baby is born. Therefore, teen […]

Pages: 2 Words: 740 Topics: Adolescence, Childhood, Human Development, Motherhood, Pregnancy, Public Health, Teenage Pregnancy

Teen Pregnancy and Childbearing

Did you know that 3 in 10 teenage girls in the United States get pregnant at least once before they turn 20 years old, and about 25 percent of teen moms have a second child within 24 months of their first baby (11 Facts About Teen Pregnancy)? The United States has the highest rate of […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1047 Topics: Birth Control, Human Overpopulation, Pregnancy, Puberty, Sex Education, Sex, Teenage Pregnancy

Can Teenage Pregnancy Prevent Academic and Professional Progress in Nigeria?

Adolescence is one of the most rapid phases of human development. Although, the order of many of the changes appears to be universal, their timing and the speed of the change vary among and even individuals. Both the characteristics of an individual and external factors influence these changes (WHO, 2018). According to Wikipedia definition, adolescent […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2388 Topics: Adolescence, Family, Human Sexuality, Parenting, Poverty, Pregnancy, Teenage Pregnancy

Gender Determined Experiences of the Holocaust

The Holocaust had an underlying theme of gender, as it played a major role in this horrific event. The Holocaust is often seen as a story of men, whether an S.S officer, a doctor, or forced workmen. Often women are thought of less, and possibly pushed aside as a mother or wife. Although gender is […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1654 Topics: Holocaust, Nazi Germany, Pregnancy, Rape, Sexual Assault, Social Issues

Lifestyle Modification and Pharmacological Therapy

Background/Introduction: GDM (gestational diabetes mellitus) is a disease that presents with carbohydrate intolerance and was initially discovered in pregnancy. In the majority of women, the postpartum glucose intolerance often gets back to normal levels, although there is a high risk of developing overt DM (diabetes mellitus) or impaired glucose tolerance later in life. Glycemic control […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1377 Topics: Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes, Health Care, Pregnancy, Public Health

Extending the Opportunity

Here in the 21st century, raising children is completely overrated. Sexism is nearly diminished, jobs are as competitive as ever, and lets get real, modern children are brats. Nevertheless, couples cannot seem to keep their hands off each other during the females six day window of fertility. There is never a good time to be […]

Pages: 3 Words: 889 Topics: Abortion, Modest Proposal, Parenting, Planned Parenthood, Pregnancy, Reproductive Rights, Social Institutions

America’s Sweetest Serial Killer – Sugar

The US Government needs to declare war on today’s new drug, sugar. The use of sugar as a food substance has been shown to exist even before crops were deliberately planted for harvesting. Ancient hunter-gatherers would take note of certain plants that, when chewed, provided a very sweet taste, and would mark these plants out […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1545 Topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity, Pregnancy, Serial Killer

Controversial Topic of Birth Control

Birth control is a highly controversial topic as it is a major debate on the feminist field, giving way to women’s choice, such as the Slut Shaming and Pro-life v. Pro-choice movements. It is mainly argued by feminists and liberals against groups like religious conservatives, such as those of the Catholic religion. Birth control is […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1139 Topics: Birth Control, Catholic, Christianity, Family Planning, Human Sexuality, Pregnancy

The Importance on why we have Birth Control and Abortion

In our society everyone has become so quick to judge without the lack of knowledge. Criticism has become the norm. Instead of our country having positive attitudes we have allowed ourselves to feed on all the negativity that surrounds us. People lack knowledge on how important birth control and abortion are. Everyone should have knowledge […]

Pages: 10 Words: 3006 Topics: Abortion, Birth Control, Human Sexuality, Pregnancy, Women's Rights
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