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    • Is there an association between female circumcision and perinatal death? 

      Essen, Birgitta; Bodker, Birgit; Sjoberg, N-O; Gudmundsson, Saemundur; Ostergren, P-O; Langhoff-Roos, Jens (‎2002)‎
    • Is there an association between female circumcision and perinatal death? / Birgitta Essén ... [‎et al.]‎ 

      Essén, Birgitta; Bödker, Birgit; Sjöberg, N. O; Gudmundsson, Saemundur; Östergren, P. O; Langhoff-Roos, Jens (‎2002)‎
    • Is there scope for cost savings and efficiency gains in HIV services? A systematic review of the evidence from low- and middle-income countries 

      Siapka, Mariana; Remme, Michelle; Obure, Carol Dayo; Maier, Claudia B; Dehne, Karl L; Vassall, Anna (‎2014-7-01)‎
    • Is unintended pregnancy a risk factor for depression in Iranian women? 

      Iranfar, S.; Shakeri, J.; Ranjbar, M.; Nazhad Jafar, P.; Razaie, M. (‎2005)‎
      A study was carried out to determine the association between unintended pregnancy and pre- and postpartum depression in 163 women in Kermanshah city, Islamic Republic of Iran. Using the self-administered Beck Depression Inventory for educated women and a special interview for illiterate women, 105 intended and 58 unintended pregnancies were studied. Of the 58 women with unintended pregnancy, 43% reported attempting to abort the fetus. Depression at 37 weeks' gestation was slightly higher in the unintended than the intended pregnancy group [‎53.4% ...
    • Is vitamin A deficiency a problem among pregnant Emirati women in Al-Ain City? 

      Qazaq, H.S.; Al Adeeb, N.Z.; Al Masri, J. (‎2005)‎
      Vitamin A deficiency [‎VAD]‎ can have a negative impact on pregnancy but there have been no studies in Al-Ain on the vitamin A status of pregnant women. We studied 198 pregnant Emirati women aged 15-49 years attending antenatal clinics in Al-Ain Medical District [‎1999-2000]‎ to assess the prevalence of VAD. Sociodemographic and health information about the women was collected by questionnaire and they all underwent blood and serum analysis. Of the 198 women, only 6 [‎3%]‎ had vitamin A deficiency [‎plasma vitamin A < 20 micro g/dL]‎, indicating only a ...
    • Ischaemic heart disease in middle-aged men 

      Rose, G. A.; Ahmeteli, M.; Checcacci, L.; Fidanza, F.; Glazunov, I.; de Haas, J.; Horstmann, P.; Kornitzer, M. D.; Meloni, C.; Menotti, A.; van der Sande, D.; de Soto-Hartgrink, M. K.; Pisa, Z.; Thomsen, B. (‎1968)‎
    • Ischaemic stroke in Jordan: a 2-year hospital-based study of subtypes and risk factors 

      Bahou, Y.; Hamid, H.; Hadidi, A. (‎2004)‎
      A retrospective study was made of 200 consecutive patients with first-ever ischaemic stroke, admitted to Jordan University Hospital over a 2-year period. The mean age was 61.2 years [‎range 29-95]‎. The most common stroke subtype was lacunar infarct [‎51.5%]‎, but frequency of cardioembolic stroke was low [‎8.0%]‎. Hypertension, diabetes mellitus and smoking were the most common risk factors for atherosclerotic non-cardioembolic stroke. Chronic atrial fibrillation was the most common risk factor for cardioembolic stroke. No patient had severe extracranial ...
    • Islam and family planning 

      Mahran, M. (‎1989-04)‎
    • Islam and family planning / by Maher Mahran 

      Mahran, Maher (‎1989)‎
    • Islam and mental health 

      Baasher, T.A. (‎2001)‎
      This paper discusses the importance of a spiritual element in health with particular reference to mental health and Islam. The Islamic spiritual quest is outlined and some directives described. Specific examples are given of their application to health
    • Islamic charter of medical and health ethics 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎EM/RC52/R.10Agenda item 8, 2005)‎
    • Islamic code of medical and health ethics 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎EM/RC52/7Agenda item 8, 2005)‎
    • Islamic Republic of Iran health profile 2015 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎WHO-EM/HST/235/E, 2016)‎
    • Islamic Republic of Iran: Medicine prices, availability, affordability and price components 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎WHO-EM/EDB/103/E, 2010)‎
    • Islamic Republic of Iran: reproductive health profile 2008 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎WHO-EM/WRH/070/E, 2010)‎
    • Islamic ruling on animal slaughter 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎1997)‎
      Sets out the conclusions reached by experts and legal scholars asked to advise about methods of animal slaughter that are permitted by Islamic law and thus render meat fit for consumption by Muslims. The report responds to the heavy dependence of many Muslim countries on imported meat and the corresponding need to ascertain whether animals have been slaughtered in conformity with Islamic teachings. The report also issues advice about meat consumption for Muslims living in non-Muslim countries. The report opens with a brief description of general ...
    • Islamic ruling on male and female circumcision 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎1996)‎
      A collection of three brief scholarly treatises on male and female circumcision as viewed in the body of Islamic law. Noting the lack of doubt that male circumcision is a legitimate practice, the papers largely address common misunderstandings about the Islamic ruling in the case of daughters. In publishing these treatises, the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean aims to issue an authoritative and conclusive statement about the practice of female circumcision in Islamic countries. The first treatise proves with sufficient documented ...
    • Islamic ruling on smoking 

      World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (‎2000)‎
      Smoking is, perhaps, one of the most important threats to individual and community health, it is no secret that more than 4 million people die in the world each year from smoking-related diseases, including lung cancer, chronic bronchitis. pulmonary emphysema, coronary heart disease and cancer of the bladder. To date not a single benefit of smoking has been identified. One of the worst forms of smoking is that known as passive smoking and which refers to the involuntary inhalation by nonsmokers of other people's cigarette smoke, whether in the ...
    • Islamic states renew commitment to eradicate polio. 

      Marshall, Sarah Jane (‎2003)‎