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INFLUENCE OF FOOD ADVERTISING TO PRE-SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN'S OBESITY AND HOW IT AFFECTS THEIR ACTIVITIES IN DAILY LIVING.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20101701221466
Author(s)
Bianca Patricia B. Herce, Lou Elein Maurie N. Ocampo
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This study was done to determine the influence of food advertising to pre-school aged children's obesity and how it affects their activities of daily living. Data were obtained from all 100 subjects via a questionnaire and information recorded on a data collection too . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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CORRELATIONAL STUDY BETWEEN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ON PROFESSIONAL COURSES AND BOARD PERFORMANCE RESULTS OF MIDWIFERY GRADUATES FOR FOUR CURRICULUM YEARS.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-2005111211599
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Melissa B. Antonio, Cristina B. Dela Cruz, Juana I. Dela Cruz, Nina Jean A. Estoperes
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A correlational study was done to determine whether significant relationship occur between the Academic Performance of the graduates of the College of Midwifery and their board examination results. The performance grades in both academic and board results of all 38 gr . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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A STUDY ON UNANG YAKAP PROGRAM: PERCEIVED KNOWLEDGE ON ESSENTIAL NEWBORN CARE AMONG NURSING AND MIDWIFERY STUDENTS.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051112025479
Author(s)
Corazon C. Ibanez, Lenoida A. Cadang, Ma. Nora Del Rosario, Elenita M. Villano, Diane Sia
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Childbirth is a critical phase in the lives of mothers and newborn babies. Newborns need especial care for the first 28 days of life, including appropriate preventive care, routine care, and transition care. The caring process of newborn depends on the hands of who wi . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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INCIDENCE OF POST PARTUM MORBIDITIES AMONG BIRTHING FACILITIES IN CANLUBANG LAGUNA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO MIDWIFERY PRACTICE.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111535898
Author(s)
Hanna-vie S. Salvador, Kristine Paula M. Arrogencia, Maria Cristina V. Bangajon, Bella R. Gupitteo
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This study assessed the incidences of post partum maternal morbidities of complications after giving birth of 120 women purposely chosen from the list of 375 women who delivered their babies in four (4) birthing homes in Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna for the oeriod Janua . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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PREDISPOSING CONDITIONS AND THE INCIDENCE OF NEONATAL SEPSIS AT BARANGAY MAKILING, CALAMBA CITY.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111452082
Author(s)
Maria Theresa P. Azuela, Norma P. De Jesus, Adora R. Manuel, Marietta M. Navarro
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This study used the descriptive research design which generally serves the purpose of describing existing data. The target population of this study were the pregnant women listed in the Rural Health Unit records of Barangay Makiling from January to December, 2014-2015 . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF FIRST-TIME FATHERS TOWARD THEIR WIVES PREGNANCY IN SELECTED LYING-INS IN CABUYAO, LAGUNA.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111382633
Author(s)
Analiza E. Alcasabas, Fauna P. De Guzman, Marciana P. Debuton, Princess A. Sarmiento, Georges Michael T. Tindugan
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Fathers played an important role for his own family hence, the active involvement of the expectant father in pregnancy of his wife, namely, the acceptance of emotional impact of pregnancy and the construction of a mental picture of himself as a participant in the care . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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EFFICACY BETWEEN DRY CORD CARE AND 70% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL APPLICATION ON UMBILICAL CORD STUMP AMONG NEWBORNS.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111311990
Author(s)
Daisy M. Albeza, Richelle P. Espinosa, Ivy Encarnacion V. Farcon, Emerald G. Hicana, Raiza Gieanne A.  Ybañez
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Umbilical cord is an important lifeline during intrauterine life but has little significance after birth when it shrivels and falls usually within 6-8 days of life. Umbilical cord care engages a sterile procedure after birth. Cord is clamped to keep the umbilical vess . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MUSIC THERAPY AS A NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL PAIN MANAGEMENT AMONG MULTIPAROUS WOMEN IN LABOR.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111214294
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Dawnlee C. Rivera, Reyzelle C. Saculo, Marisse H. Valenzuela
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Rationale: The major purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of music therapy in reducing pain among multipara on selected patients. This was conducted at the Blessed Womb Lying In Clinic in Banay-Banay, City of Cabuyao. In liew with . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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"THE PHYSICAL CHANGES AND BIRTH OUTCOME AMONG TEENAGE MOTHERS IN BARANGAY MALABAN.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20051111130184
Author(s)
Ma. Teresita A. Alvarez, Ma. Corazon T. Dela Paz, Evelyn E. Eugenio, Russel C. Fugio, Geraldine A. Mance, Mylene  R. Pena
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The  in aim of the study was to investigate researchers perception of the effect of Teenage Mothers on Birth Outcomes in Barangay Malaban City of Binan Laguna. The study sought to establish whether teenage mother has an effect on physical changes on the skin, hair we . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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"THE EFFECTS OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY ON NORMAL SPONTANEOUS VAGINAL DELIVERY DURING TERM PREGNANCY AMONG PRIMIGRAVIDA.

HERDIN Record No.
103096-20050710135799
Author(s)
Jesusan Cristy M. Bayos, Sheila L. Casano, Gail Iyvone V. Chavez, Cristina S. Fernandez, Edna Lee M. Sudario
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The study was conducted to determine if sexual activity during the term pregnancy promotes normal spontaneous vaginal delivery among primigravida. Sixty respondents with term pregnancy from two lying-in clinics in Cavite were the subject of the study. Among the sixty . . .
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UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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