Child nutrition and prevention or management of shared risk factors for cardiovascular and respiratory disease.
Week 4/5 Discussion Chapters 10,11,12 respond to Rodriguez post not more than one page
The table 9-6 was about Selected Essential Packages of Nutrition Interventions. It shows the improvement of both maternal and child nutrition and prevention or management of shared risk factors for cardiovascular and respiratory disease. In the improvement section, pregnancy, postpartum (woman), and child are shown the community works in the health post, the primary health center, and the first level and referral hospitals. In the prevention section, it shows all conditions of the interventions such as fiscal interventions, intersectoral interventions, and public interventions. The author explains both factors by providing examples like micronutrient supplementation and promotion of breastfeeding, while showing the taxes based in different types of interventions.
According to table 11-2, leading causes are diseases such as asphyxia, polio, and sepsis for young children. Infants/Under-5 deaths are mainly complications and birth defects like STDs and neonatal sepsis in certain areas most areas in the world. Diseases are more common towards lower income countries rather than higher income countries. Diseases are also very common with neonates as well. The things that differ from them truly rely on what country they are born in, since lower income leads more prone to diseases while higher income leads to higher birth defects.
The leading burdens of diseases for adolescents and young adults are STDs, mental health, and substance abuse. Low income countries can’t prevent these since lack of contraceptives or lack of awareness, while increase in education usually leads both females and males to make smarter choices.
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