Journal of Health Research: Volume 32 Issue 3 , Open Access

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Health and Social Care

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To be in good health

Samlee Plianbangchang

The purpose of this paper is to review the government’s role and responsibilities to educate and support society to achieve optimum health. Recommendations for…

Patterns and perception of alcohol drinking among the Lahu people, Northern Thailand

Sudkhed Detpitukyon, Tawatchai Apidechkul, Rachanee Sunsern, Amornrat Anuwatnonthakate, Onnalin Singhhorn, Bukhari Putsa, Phitnaree Thutsanti

The purpose of this paper is to understand the pattern and perception of alcohol drinking among the Lahu people in northern Thailand.

Influence of emotional regulation on successful aging among Thai older adults

Arunya Tuicomepee, Panrapee Suttiwan, Rewadee Watakakosol, Sakkaphat T. Ngamake, Sompoch Iamsupasit

Successful aging represents a positive development in older adults. The emphasis on aging well has sought to understand resources such as emotional regulation that…

Effectiveness of hand foot mouth disease prevention and control measures between high and low epidemic areas, Northern Thailand: A qualitative approach

Siriyaporn Sittisarn, Pilasinee Wongnuch, Pussadee Laor, Chadaporn Inta, Tawatchai Apidechkul

Hand foot mouth disease (HFMD) is an emerging disease caused by Enterovirus. HFMD usually occurs in South-East Asian countries including Thailand. Thailand has been…

Determinants of compliance with child immunization among mothers of children under five years of age in Ekiti State, Nigeria

Patience Esohe Konwea, Funmilayo Alice David, Seyi Elizabeth Ogunsile

Vaccine preventable diseases are major threats to the health and well-being of children under five years of age. They contribute a great deal to childhood illnesses and…

Quality of life and mental health among Thai older workers in community enterprises

Suda Hanklang, Paul Ratanasiripong, Sarinya Naksranoi, Suchinda Sathira-Anant, Kalaya Patanasri

An aging society is a growing global reality resulting in an increasing number of older workers, especially in community enterprises. It is important to understand factors…

Efficacy of district tuberculosis co-ordinating team on health service performance for suspected TB patient in district hospital

Sasithorn Tangsawad, Surasak Taneepanichskul

The purpose of this paper is to study the efficacy of a district tuberculosis (TB) co-ordinating team on health service performance for suspected TB patients in a district…

The comparison of causal relationships of job stress between Thai immigrant employees with and without rearing their aging parents

Chonticha Kaewanuchit, Yothin Sawangdee

The occupational stress is a disadvantage resulting in mental health illnesses that have been found when looking at those migrants who were young adults and migrated to…